Btslive Open House 2017

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Drum roll please… we have a SUPER SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT this morning! After a two year hiatus,  will be back in 2017!

From November 23rd to 26th,  we’ll be welcoming you all into our ‘dream home’ in Collingwood – a custom designed space where you can browse unique artwork, design pieces and handcrafted homewares from some of Australia’s most talented creatives and design brands. The best bit? Everything can be purchased on the spot!

25th September, 2017

Btslive Open House shot on location in Collingwood, Melbourne.
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From left to right: Room Divider from the , Planters by , Bilgola Armchair by Adam Goodrum from the , Artwork by , Sandstone planter by , Lamp by , wall paint from the Dulux 2018 Colour Forecast – pale pink is ‘Dulux Friends’, vertical dividing beams and tall plinth – ‘Dulux Very Terracotta’.  Styling  – Lucy Feagins and . Photo – for Btslive.

Btslive Open House shot on location in Collingwood, Melbourne.
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From left to right: Vase by , Ceramic vessel by , White planter by , Pink tray by , Lamp by , Small sandstone vessel by , Sandstone planter by , Brass vase by , Molloy Chair by Adam Goodrum from the , Dulux wall paint ‘Friends’ and ‘Very Terracotta’, and Staircase ‘Red Ochre’.  Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

From left to right: Ceramic vase by , Ceramic vessel by , White planter by , Mini ceramic vase by , Pink tray by , Ceramic dish by Small sphere vases Paper weight by , Trophy vessel by , Mini brass staircase by , Ceramic jug by , Stack tray and dish by Henry Wilson, Dulux paint ‘Red Ochre’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

Btslive Open House shot on location in Collingwood, Melbourne. From left to right: Room Divider from the , Arga Knot Rug from , Bilgola Coffee Table by Adam Goodrum from the , Pink tray by , Circle Vase by , Bilgola Sofa by Adam Goodrum from the , Velvet cushion by , Painting by , Concrete Sculpture by , Ora Lamp by , Fat Tulip Armchair by Adam Goodrum from the , brass mini staircase by Studiokyss, Brass tray by  , wall paint from the Dulux 2018 Colour Forecast – pale pink wall colour is ‘Dulux Friends’, vertical dividing beams – ‘Dulux Very Terracotta’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

 

From left to right: Ceramic face vessel by , Planter by Bud vases and pourer by , Pink tray by , Vase with shell by , Arch vessel by , Stack tray by Henry Wilson, and Ceramic dish by and Dulux wall paint ‘Friends’, Dividers and table top ‘Very Terracotta’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

 

Sculpture by Dulux wall paint in ‘Friends’, and vertical dividers ‘Very Terracotta’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and . Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

From left to right: Arga Knot Rug from , Bilgola Sofa by Adam Goodrum from the , painting by Ora Lamp by , Fat Tulip Armchair and Nest side tables both by Adam Goodrum from the , brass mini staircase by , Brass tray by , wall paint is ‘Dulu Friends’ and vertical wall dividers tall plinth – ‘Dulux Very Terracotta’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

 

From left to right: Large vase by , Ceramic container and sphere vase by , Circle brass vase by , Large sphere vase by , Vase with illustration by , Tall trophy vase and small symbol vase by , Dulux wall paint ‘Friends’, Dividers ‘Very Terracotta’ and Table top ‘Red Ochre’. Styling  – Lucy Feagins and , styling assistance – Marni Kornhauser and Helena Inez Abapo, Photo – .

 

Lucy Feagins
Monday 25th September 2017

It’s ON. Again.

We’ve had a couple of years off, but we’re SUPER excited to bring you an all new, re-imagined   event in Melbourne in November. It’s about time!

We staged our first ever pop-up event back in 2011. Man, was it a learning curve! The premise was always to create something that resembled the ‘ultimate Australian Home’, featuring the very best in Australian design, art and handcrafted homewares, all within a real home context. Our first event attracted over 4000 people… and that was only the beginning!

We went on to host Btslive Open House annually for 4 years (including one particularly crazy year, where we staged the event in Melbourne and Sydney, 2 weeks apart!). Each year, the event has grown in numbers, and these days, Open House is too big to be staged within an *actual* home. Instead, we find a unique venue for each event, and build our ‘home’ from scratch.

This year’s event will be staged at a new location in Collingwood. Constructed within a lofty, light-filled warehouse space, TDF Open House 2017 will feature an expansive open-plan layout, showcasing the work of more than 50 incredible artists, design brands and independent creatives, including Stephen Baker, Caroline Walls, Elizabeth Barnett, Henry Wilson, Nicolette Johnson, Fred Fowler, Douglas & Bec, Anna Varendorff, Bobby Clark, Ross Gardam, Den Holm, Claudia Lau, Jo Wilson, Maddie Sharrock, Mark Douglass, Hannah Nowlan, Sean Meilak and so many more!’

Taking its colour cues from the (‘Dulux Friends’ soft pink + ‘Very Terracotta’ = new favourite combo!), Open House will feature furniture by , the beautiful new Australian-designed furniture collection from , alongside the latest kitchen and laundry appliances from . Intuitive, wireless home audio is covered by , whilst a lux, custom-built home bar has been created in partnership with .

Over 50% of participating  brands and designers are brand NEW this year. Additionally, we’re introducing a stunning bespoke kitchen, designed and built to spec by , a Brunswick based family-owned business, AND a custom-designed courtyard garden by award-winning local landscape designer . For the first time, too, a program of casual speaker events will also be hosted adjacent to the main event, with an inspiring line-up of our favourite local makers, stylists, and small business operators with wisdom to share (more details to come!).

Please make a little diary note, and join us in late November for all the magic, wonder and chaos as it unfolds… we’re so excited to be back!


Open to the Public :

Thursday November 23rd 2017, 10:00 – 17:00.
Friday November 24th 2017, 10:00 – 17:00.
Saturday November 25th 2017, 10:00 – 17:00.
Sunday November 26th 2017, 10:00 – 17:00.

Collingwood Arts Precincts* (former Collingwood TAFE Campus)
35 Johnston Street
Collingwood
3066

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