Here are a few snaps from a site visit we went on today to check the progress of a project we are working on for a government workplace. This is another collaborative project between our interior and graphics departments and is looking great! We can't wait to see and share with you the final images from the photoshoot.
Recently, Judd and Susanna's eldest daughter took her primary school project on enterprise to the next level, creating a range of four tea towels to raise money for Oxfam. Ivy drew four animals that Oxfam could provide for people in need. These included a pig, a donkey, a duck and a goat, then with the help of mum and dad she screen printed them on to tea towels and sold them to her classmates for $7 a pop. Ivy raised $210 and sold out before recess on her first day!
What a great day! We had such an amazing time at Designer's Saturday this year, thank you to everyone who dropped by our fiesta! The sun was shining, the sangria flowing and the delectable Paella was cooked before our very eyes! The day was also the launch of our latest products the 260 Cumulus (below) and our Element cushions (below). We received such a great response for these new products and we are very excited for the coming year! Thank you also to our very talented collaborators Agostino and Brown, Archilux, A.nouk, Gareth Brown, Wax and of course our awesome host for the day 1000 Chairs!
Pick up the latest copy of the Adelaide Review for an article about 'Australian Design Story' an intimate evening with three Australian designers each sharing their unique journey in establishing successful design practices. The event will be held at Aptos Cruz Galleries in Stirling and the featured designers will be Ross Didier, Kate Stokes and Susanna Bilardo. Then, flick to the following page for a brief piece on the upcoming DIA Awards including a pic of our entry in the Communications category for our branding of the Warradale Hotel.
Next time you're strolling down King William Road, check out the new Zahr Mezze Cafe Bar. Zahr is a modern Cafe serving amazing traditional Lebanese food with a modern twist. We have recently had the finished product photographed and you can find the story in full on our website. This project was a collaboration between our interior and graphics departments and images of the identity and packaging will be up on the website soon so keep your eyes peeled!
Enoki were featured in recent Top 50 Rooms special edition of the Australian House and Garden magazine. The luxurious dressing room of a recent North Adelaide Enoki project made it in at number 36. To see this room in more detail check it out on our website or pick up your own copy to read the article in full.
Come visit us at Designer's Saturday from 10am on Thursday the 23rd November at the 1000 Chairs showroom, 5 Northcote Terrace, Medindie. We will be exhibiting together with 1000 Chairs, Agostino & Brown, Archilux and Gareth Brown. Get into the Spanish theme of the day and enjoy some Paella and Sangria and don't miss out on your chance to win one of three giveaways, including an Agostino and Brown table, Stol chairs and NEW Cumulus pendants!
We though we would share with you this beautiful shot of the Cumulus on the front page of the Penny Farthing Design House website. Penny Fathing design house is the creation of sister duo Alice Flynn and Sarah Neilson. The sisters collaborate with talented artists to bring you unique pieces to specifically fit your space and budget. Visit Penny Farthing Design House online of the Enoki website for more information on the Cumulus.
Here is the first shot of the newest member of the Fasta Pasta family, designed by Enoki and now open in the Rundle Plaza food court. The full story will be up on the Enoki website soon so keep your eyes peeled. Or why not head down and check it out in person over a bowl of delicious pasta!
Adelaide Parking Day 2013, what a day! Our bocce green 'Bocched Park' on Leigh street in the city was a great success! A fun day was had by all sipping home made cordials and snacking on raw chocolate balls while having a game or two of Bocce in the sun! We also managed to fit in a few birthday celebrations for Enokian Leigh! We can't wait for next year now!
Our latest graphic addition to the Stirling Hotel is this frosted window to the dining room inspired by the antler sculptural artwork used in the space. To see the Stirling Hotel interior and graphics projects in their entirety visit the Enoki Website.
Just a few weeks away from completion, we thought we’d provide a little sneak peek into one of our residential projects under construction. The project has been continually driven by the desire to ‘break out’ from any set design aesthetic.It purely reflects the clients personality and appreciation of design detailing. We look forward to sharing the finished project soon!
Here are a few quick snaps of some of our latest environmental graphics. These window graphics based on the street grid structure of Murray Bridge mark the entrance to the newly constructed Bridge Clinic Medical Centre. The Enoki Team are also the Interior architects on this project and we will keep you updated with images upon completion.
Check out the beautiful view in this project by Justine Hugh-Jones, complimented beautifully by the Enoki Cumulus! To see more of this beautiful seaside home visit the Justine Hugh-Jones website or for more information on the cumulus visit us at www.enoki.com.au.
One of our favourite things to do in the graphics department at Enoki is create strong and exciting new identities. This job below for Link Edge is one of those. The branding designed and used consistently for the identity, website, print material and packaging is bright and unique reflecting the products point of difference to other edging products on the shelf. To check out the project in more detail and others we have been working on recently visit the Enoki website.
We are getting all excited in the Enoki office for Parking Day 2013! Who wouldn't love a day hanging out in the sunshine in beautiful Adelaide?! If you haven't heard of it, Park(ing) Day is a global experiment in transforming vehicle space for exchange, recreation and artistic expression. It was created by arts collective Rebar in San Fransisco in 2005. Enoki has been involved since the first year it was held in Adelaide in 2010 when we created 'stegga' the pink dinosaur. This years parking day is Friday, 20th September, you can apply for your space now! We are yet to find out where our parking space will be, but we will keep you posted!
A few weeks ago we shared with you some snaps of a project we are working on for an Adelaide school. Here are some of the latest illustrations created for the theme 'Career Pathways - Do Great things'. We are very excited to see this project come to life in the space!
The Enoki Cumulus pendant made another appearance on The Block on Channel nine this week. Used again by couple Kim and Matt, this time two pendents were used in the terrace. To see more pics check out The Block website or for more information on the Cumulus visit the Enoki website.
Enoki have recently completed the games room and dining area for an existing client in St Georges. The geometric wallpaper and stunning Modoluce Florinda pendant give the space instant style and impact. To check out more images of this project visit the Enoki website.
In Australia, there is a constant battle roaring between replicas and original design. This is something that lies close to our hearts and we strive to educate clients, friends and family about the importance of supporting original design, both locally and internationally. In Europe, it is illegal in many countries for people to import replica designs; hopefully one day, Australia will follow suit. ‘The Real Thing’ article from the Share Design Inspiration Blog, is a little voice out there helping to educate. We couldn’t not share it. Read the article in full on the Share Design website. Below are some design classics you have probably seen floating around the shops in replica form at a deflated price, the Herman Miller Eames Hang It All, the Thonet B9 Le Corbusier and the Knoll Bertoia Side Chair.
Flipping through the latest issue of Artichoke magazine today we came across the beautiful new Gordon Street Garage designed by Foolscap Studio featuring a dining area semi enclosed by a drop ceiling adorned with several of the Enoki Cumulus! You can read the story in full on page 85 of Issue 43 of Artichoke magazine, visit the Enoki website for more information on the Cumulus pendant or the Foolscap website for more images of the new space.
The Enoki Cumulus pendant made an appearance on The Block on Channel 9 on Sunday night. Here are some picks of the living room it was featured in. The couple who selected the pendant are Kim and Matt from Western Australia. For more details and images of the Cumulus pendant check out the Enoki website.
Last year Enoki were asked to design the graphic language for Morphett Vale Primary School. The environmental graphics followed the idea of 'learning by interacting with your surroundings'. Graphic symbols were created for early years, middle years and senior years, each set depicting a corresponding level or learning. We went down to the school last week for a photoshoot and here are some of our favourite shots from the day.