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A Life Individual · Danika Rehfisch

A Life Individual

Lucy Feagins
Thursday 30th March 2017

A Life Individual’ is our newest video series, created in partnership Space. This 6-part series offers a peek into the homes of a diverse group of Space clients and their families. Each film tells the story of these inspiring folk, how they live, and the furniture, artwork, lighting and objects they’ve collected along the way!

Today, we meet interior stylist and decorator Danika Rehfisch of Joan & Veda, in her beautiful Edwardian home in Melbourne. With a renovation and extension designed by Robson Rak Architects and Made by Cohen, this home elegantly fuses classic period details with a sleek, contemporary addition. Above all though, this is a fuss-free, robust and functional space made for real family life!

Discover more on the Space blog – More Space.

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