This website uses cookies to improve your experience navigating our site. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

OK, I understand

'Match Stick' By Capra Designs

Shopping

Today we catch up with Bianca Lambert and Tom Wilson, the husband-wife team behind Capra Designs, to take a look at their latest range, Match Stick, which sees a strong focus on surface design, and introduces new items to the Capra family.

With plans for the big trade fairs later in the year, and an international launch, amongst all the busy-ness (and business!), Bianca and Tom have somehow managed to fit in moving houses, studios AND warehouses! Some people have really got this whole ‘time management’ thing down. 

26th April, 2018

Capra Designs’ latest collection, Match Stick, was inspired by intricate surface design. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Beck Simon.

Capra has added some new items to their offerings, including this mini Match Stick vase.Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Beck Simon.

Capra Designs have introduced a new colour with this collection, ‘Garnet’. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Beck Simon.

Tom and Bianca have been working hard to refine their brand aesthetic since launching in 2015. Photo – Eve Wilson. Styling – Beck Simon.

Sally Tabart
Thursday 26th April 2018

Bianca Lambert and Tom Wilson, the husband and wife team behind Capra Designs, recently launched their latest range of hand-poured resin pieces, adding a collection of vases and a rich new Garnet Red colourway to their offerings. Inspired by their previous ‘Terrazzo‘ range, these new vessels grew from experimentation into new forms of surface design. ‘The Match Stick collection really grew out of a desire to work with mixed media,’ says Bianca.

Retaining their emphasis on thoughtful design and high-quality finishes, Bianca still finds the handmade process integral to their designs, and has a particular fondness for ‘the beauty in the imperfections.’ 

An arts marketer and a carpenter by profession respectively, Bianca and Tom have been working hard to refine their brand aesthetic since their launch in 2015. And they must be doing something right! In January the duo launched their collection of resin-poured plant accessories and design objects in New York (!), and later this year will be exhibiting at Denfair as well as at the first Big Design Trade show, in August.

Match Stick is available for pre-order at capradesigns.com and will be available in stores from May 2018. 

View Comments

Similar Stories

Shopping

Capra Designs

A new range of handmade plant vessels, hangers and stands, made in Melbourne.

Shopping

Retro Print Revival · Rocket Planters

A brand new product line from Melbourne based Retro Print Revival.

Shopping

Capra Designs · Rocky Road Collection

We revisit the husband-and-wife team behind Capra Designs as they release their latest collection, Rocky Road, in collaboration with textile...
Sally Tabart

This Week

2:22

We, The Brave

Turning A Passion For Photography Into A Career, With Eve Wilson

Eve Wilson shares her courageous career journey, from photographer’s assistant, to leading lifestyle photographer. In partnership with MYO...

Homes

A Home With A Warm Hart

The eclectic and soothing home of doula Sunni Hart and family.

News

Mangkaja x Gorman = Perfection

Clear space in your wardrobe right now, Gorman’s first collaboration with Indigenous artists is going to fly off the shelves!
Miriam McGarry

Architecture

The Best Of The Island – Here Are The 2019 Tasmanian Architecture Award Winners!

Our southernmost state may be small, but it packs a big architectural punch.
Miriam McGarry

News

A Showcase Of Architectural Sculptures + Urban-Inspired Artworks

The Koskela Gallery presents new ceramics by Jane McKenzie and Saxon Quinn inspired by the built environment.
Sally Tabart
  6 hours ago

News

Time Travel To The Quintessential 1970s Motel In Melbourne

Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst bring their hilarious, nostalgia-infused live show to a classic Melbourne motel next month.

News

Sunday Life Drawing Classes In Seriously Lush Surrounds

Fitzroy-based creatives Ladies of Leisure team up with artist Lani Mitchell for a dreamy life drawing series in July!
Miriam McGarry

Studio Visit

The Seafaring Painter Pushing The Boundaries Of Maritime Art

A sail and studio visit with one-of-a-kind artist Gemma Rasdall, as her new body of work is unveiled in Sydney.
Elle Murrell

News

An Exhibition Celebrating Humankind's Giant Leap

Geelong Gallery is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a captivating showcase, bringing together artistic responses
Elle Murrell

Architecture

Avoiding The Coastal Cliché, With Mid Century Flair

A Portsea home gets a contemporary revamp, from Studio Esteta.
Miriam McGarry

In Print

Take A Gander At Australia's Iconic Art Deco Pubs

A new book, documenting how a nation’s love of a cold beer, led to an architectural phenomenon!
Elle Murrell
45:53

Podcast

TDF Talks With Architect Penelope Seidler

This national icon reflects on her early life, working with her husband Harry in the 60s/70s, and her proudest achievement to date!

Architecture

A Sydney Renovation With Serious WOW Factor

A grand Mediterranean villa in Bellevue Hill, reimagined by Luigi Rosselli Architects.
Miriam McGarry
  9 hours ago

TDF Design Awards

Take A Stroll Through The TDF Design Awards Landscape Design Finalists!

Celebrating the best of private gardens, civic spaces and hidden courtyards, across Australia.
Lucy Feagins
  17 hours ago

Art

A New Art Collaboration At Raes on Wategos

The iconic Byron Bay hotel launches its first Artist in Residence program, with French-Australian painter Stanislas (Stan) Piechaczek.

Similar Stories

Shopping

Capra Designs

A new range of handmade plant vessels, hangers and stands, made in Melbourne.

Shopping

Retro Print Revival · Rocket Planters

A brand new product line from Melbourne based Retro Print Revival.

Shopping

Capra Designs · Rocky Road Collection

We revisit the husband-and-wife team behind Capra Designs as they release their latest collection, Rocky Road, in collaboration with textile...
Sally Tabart