Lynne Bradley, Principal
Sydney interior designer, Lynne Bradley, is a highly respected representative of the Australia design community whose work is regularly published in design and lifestyle journals, publications and blogs. She brings the passion and creativity of her earlier career in classical music (which continues to inspire her interest in all facets of the arts) to her practice which was founded in 2000. Given her musical and performance-related background, Lynne is keenly receptive to expanding her repertoire of cross disciplinary project collaborations. To date, this has included creative direction of staged events through to partnering with storied design houses for bespoke product creation.
Lynne’s defining style is one of contemporary luxurious elegance, capturing a client’s personality to create comfortable homes that are sanctuaries, where long cherished objects and fresh design amalgamate to craft uniquely personal residences. Her commercial spaces denote a compelling professional ideology.
Lynne’s artisanal ‘savoir-flair’ is expressed through her selection of high quality furniture, furnishings and textiles, and progressive pattern play. Colours found within the Australian landscape are prevalent in her palette preferences – from the dusty pale pink and claret red speckles on a Spotted Gum leaf to the tangerine orange of the sun rising over Bondi, and the ink blue of a Palisade fence lining a Paddington terrace house.
Photography by Leticia Almeida
Georgia Ramage, Graduate Interior Designer
Graduating with a Bachelor of Design in Interior Design at the University of Technology, Sydney, Georgia possesses a meticulous eye for detail. She shares Lynne’s passion for colour and desire to create sumptuous and vibrant interiors. Her discerning approach to design juxtaposes raw materials with refined finishes to achieve a sophisticated and spirited spontaneity. Georgia works closely in tandem with Lynne on all projects, ensuring that project management is soundly executed to meet deadlines on time and within budget.
Photography by Craig Wall