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Retro remix celebrates the lighter aspects of the new retro movement where experimentation in colour combinations leads to acid brights clashing with faded muddied colours such as browns and olive greens.
Chair & footstool
Pale pink cube bookshelf
David ottomans & Bowie side tables
Lights (and on side table)
Inspired by the 60s and 70s, a time when colour began to permeate our spaces in unexpected combinations and the introduction of modern materials such as plastic were explored resulting in new technologies and fluid forms.
David Ottomans & Bowie Side Table
Less of a nostalgic trend this theme explores a more youthful expression, with new generations discovering these influences for the first time and creating their own remixed style.
Armchair & footstool
The 60s and 70s was a time when colour began to permeate spaces in unexpected combinations.
We are fascinated by the use of colour to define our interiors, reflecting on colourful eras. No longer only captivated by the Memphis movement, we widen our inspiration to include design from the post-modern era.
"There was a bit of cheekiness in the colour and we loved the fact that there was some clashing going on, which goes back to that influence of the 60s and 70s."
Grazia founded Grazia & Co to create custom-made furniture that is crafted for both function and aesthetics. Grazia & Co is backed by a pool of talent that includes some of the very best in Australian design and manufacturing. Working essentially for the architectural and interiors industry, their focus is on artistic partnerships in all areas of the design and manufacturing process to create high quality Australian-made furniture that is still cost-effective.
Grazia & Co designed the post-modern influenced David Ottoman and Bowie Side table, together known as the Bowie Remix for the trend Retro Remix.
Images styled by Bree Leech and Heather Nette King Photography Mike Baker
Pictured left to right Grazia Materia, Steven Parry & Dita Beluli