Look what's new on the website!

We would like to introduce you to the newest member of the Enoki product family, the 260 Cumulus! Launched recently at Designer's Saturday, the 260 is now on our website and ready for orders. Available in a range of colours, these beauties look great alone and stunning in a cluster. Check out the Enoki website for more details or to place an order.



Christmas for architecture lovers!

Are you looking for a last minute christmas pressie for the architect lovers in your life? We just received the New Suburban book by Stuart Harrison featuring thirty houses from around Australia and New Zealand that offer brilliant alternatives through intelligent and original architecture. The Brammy Kyprianou residence features on page 224, an Enoki collaboration with Troppo architects. Happy browsing!



Cumulus in Belle Magazine

Pick up the latest issue of Belle magazine and flick through to the article on the beautiful Northern beaches home on page 195 where you'll find the Enoki Cumulus floating in a gorgeous light, white bedroom fitout. For more info on the Cumulus visit our website and keep your eyes peeled for the new 260 Cumulus which will be up soon!


Fun at the DIA Awards

We had an absolute corker of a night at the DIA Awards this year, held at the Adelaide Gaol. We were very excited to be awarded Silver for the branding of the Warradale Hotel. Go and check out the graphics for yourself over a pint at the Warradale or visit our website for the full story.



A recent site visit!

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.



The Live Stock Fund

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!