In Australia, the source book on colour for a generation of designers has been Janne Faulkner and Harley Anstee’s book (first edition 2002). The rich terracotta soil of the Red Centre,, it’s clear designers are still drawn to this Australian palette, but over time they have experimented further with colour combinations and influences – we see examples in this issue. For the first time in a long time, the pages of are filled with confident, colourful interiors. Maybe, finally, the Scandi-Japanese-Kondo-esque approach to minimalist colour is over.

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