Lucy Feagins' Local Discoveries from Australia

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August 6, 2013
In our September 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries. Check out Diana Moss of Miss Moss and Katie Treggiden of Confessions of a Design Geek's finds, too!
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  Lucy Feagins lives in Melbourne, Australia, and her blog The Design Files has gained popularity both in her native country and abroad.
    Lucy Feagins lives in Melbourne, Australia, and her blog The Design Files has gained popularity both in her native country and abroad.
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  The set of outdoor furniture pictured here was one of Feagins' Australian design picks. “Tait Furniture is a Melbourne-based company that manufactures all their products locally, including the Outdoor Jak + Jil table setting."
    The set of outdoor furniture pictured here was one of Feagins' Australian design picks. “Tait Furniture is a Melbourne-based company that manufactures all their products locally, including the Outdoor Jak + Jil table setting."
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  She also admired this modern light: “Sydney-based Coco Reynolds of Marz Designs worked with local wood turners to create the distinctive timber beads that form the basis of her Bright Beads pendant lamps. The lamps can be custom made to any length and in any bead configuration.”
    She also admired this modern light: “Sydney-based Coco Reynolds of Marz Designs worked with local wood turners to create the distinctive timber beads that form the basis of her Bright Beads pendant lamps. The lamps can be custom made to any length and in any bead configuration.”
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  Her last stylish product choice? “We’ve recently discovered these hand-crafted ceramics by South Australian ceramicist Susan Frost. I love the cylindrical vessels in beautiful muted tones—they have a really Scandinavian aesthetic, despite being entirely designed and made in Australia.”
    Her last stylish product choice? “We’ve recently discovered these hand-crafted ceramics by South Australian ceramicist Susan Frost. I love the cylindrical vessels in beautiful muted tones—they have a really Scandinavian aesthetic, despite being entirely designed and made in Australia.”

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