Wishing all our clients, suppliers, friends and family a very Merry Christmas for 2011!
The concept for this year's Christmas Bauble card centres around the world we live in; a world effected by deforestation. Imagine if all the Christmas trees at the Christmas Tree Farm were suddenly made untouchable. We would have to find another way to celebrate Christmas, well at least the Christmas tree side of things. In this Christmas card Enoki suggests that we don't have to do too much to change our ways. We can just step into our garden and 'Decorate a living tree'. Christmas can be celebrated outside in the sunshine!
DESIGN BY JUDD CRUSH [ENOKI]
Earlier this year, we blogged about 'The Little Van That Could' - an old van rescued from the dump and turned into a mobile party trailer for hire. Monique and her van were featured in the latest edition of Frankie magazine. Check out the delightful image above!
Three Birds is a delightful new comer to the shopping strip along Mt. Barker Rd, Stirling. Co-owned by Jo, Kate and Alana they stock a large range of homewares, gifts and furnishings, including our Cumulus pendants. If your cruising past, look out for the two Cumulus' floating in the shop window!
Now an annual tradition, the Stylecraft 'Design A Ginger' competition was held last Thursday night at the Waymouth St showroom. Ten design firms were provided with the basics for constructing a Gingerbread House, to create their take on what constitutes a Gingerbread House. Entries ranged from a reindeer head, a cuckoo clock, Mies Van Der Rohes' 'Barcelona Pavilion', a scene from 'Occupy Adelaide' and a gingerbread version of Artichoke magazine, dubbed 'Gingerchoke'. Our entry (pictured above), titled "The Enoki-oki-ans from Hackberry Lane", encompassed a large enoki mushroom with steps leading up to a shelter growing organically from its stem. Judged by Mossop Group, our entry was awarded first place! A big thanks to the Stylecraft team for putting the event together and we hope Meals on Wheels enjoy all the entries.
Council of Objects is a brand new store located on the eastern border of central Adelaide. Housed within one of the old East End Market buildings, Council of Objects represent a variety of artisan disciplines. The contemporary collection of all Australian designed objects includes ceramics, glass, jewellery, timber wares, furniture, textiles and our Cumulus pendants. Pop in and you will find two Cumulus pendants on show, along with a myriad of divine products.
Look out Blakesview, Siroc Espresso Bar has landed!
In a recent interior and graphic collboration, the Enoki team were engaged to create the coporate identity and signature look for Siroc Espresso Bar. With a clean contemporary approach to materiality and form, Siroc sits in the centre of Blakesview Shopping Centre; a spot for shoppers to pause and enjoy a beverage. Surrounded by communal seating, the espresso bar is clad with Carrera marble, feature tiles and timber veneer, whilst above hang Tom Dixson pendants. The signature black, white and yellow logo creates a bold signature, easily identifiable with the Siroc brand. Make sure you visit Robyn for the best coffee north of the city!
DESIGN TEAM SUSANNA BILARDO, VI NGUYEN AND JUDD CRUSH [ENOKI]