Considered Aesthetics: An Autumn Showcase
Two small, Melbourne-based businesses, One Fine Print and Anaca Studio have teamed up to present a refreshing retail concept, Considered Aesthetics: An Autumn Showcase, running in Fitzroy throughout April to June.
‘Considered Aesthetics’ is a temporary retail showcase of finely-crafted furniture, earthy artisanal objects, and intriguing photo-graphic artworks, designed and made by a collective of local and global creatives and artisans, and curated by Elizabeth Bull, photographer and owner of One Fine Print, and Anne-Claire Petre, designer and owner of Anaca Studio.
The showcase merges an Australian aesthetic with a global outlook, resulting in a visionary collection. ‘Considered Aesthetics’ embodies a contemporary desire to weave deeper meaning through our everyday lives with the distinctive quality of the furniture, objects and artworks we choose to live with. The intentional designs of these beautiful, modern pieces provoke contemplation.
Located in the heart of Fitzroy, ‘Considered Aesthetics’ will bring to life a casual showroom with a homely vibe. Customers are invited to pop in and experience the collection of functional and decorative pieces in person, to see, touch and feel, and gain a clear overall sense of how something might suit their own living or work space.
The ‘Considered Aesthetics’ collection features: a selection of Anaca Studio’s bespoke furniture and accessories, a selection of One Fine Print’s unique, photographic artworks, and a curated variety of ceramic and wooden objects from both local and overseas artisans.
“Our products complement each other giving the homemaker or interior designer an overall inspiring vision of what they can achieve with their space,” says Elizabeth Bull.
“The idea behind the collection was to bring together an Australian aesthetic with a global outlook – to showcase diverse and worldly interior design options that reflect the values of our customers, within a casual, welcoming environment. With our shared passion and belief in beautiful, unique design it made sense to collaborate,” says Elizabeth Bull.