Tangible Objects, Humanity and Soy Sauce

“The existence of tangible things is imporant. It’s evidence that we’re here as human beings” – Kenji Ekuan. You may not know the name of Kenji Ekuan or realise how integral his role in your culinary exploration has been, but he died on February 8th, aged 85. The Japanese industrial designer was responsible for the…


Like A Natural Cliff

Patrick Blanc’s vertical gardens at One Central Park, a new apartment complex in Sydney’s inner western suburb of Ultimo, span 1000 square metres and sprawl across the building’s two towers, which are 16 and 33 stories high. At 150 metres high, they are the tallest vertical gardens in the world. Comprising 21 panels, 30,000 shrubs…


Creating An Architectural Vocabulary

Internet musings have landed horse upon the absorbing and insightful perspectives of Sebastian Weiss, an architectural photographer and designer based in Germany. Weiss’s visions capture a beautifull balanced architectural language, where the textures, shapes and structures pen the paper of an endless novel. This ‘on the road’ tangent of appreciation is vocabulated by details easily missed…

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Home of Hope Continued

Towards the end of last year, Room For Horse covered the incredible efforts of Wollongong’s most generous business community in the Home Of Hope campaign. The fundraising effort for Nicole Clulow whom was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma cancer, aimed to complete the semi-renovated home that herself, her husband and young daughter shared. Eve McIntyre, who…


Upon The Perch

Perched upon the crest of Cringila’s dragon back main drag is a pearl of Bel Air sheen. The shoebox stack you see above is an easy miss amongst the double brickers and half houses of the area, yet it’s Catch Me If You Can charm and California style make its presence a once seen never forgotten…


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