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Observatory collection by Lee Broom

Launched at the 2018 Milan Furniture Fair, Lee Broom’s Observatory line features seven celestial-inspired lighting products that play with sculptural, spherical form and the refraction and reflection of light. Observatory demonstrates Broom’s technical craftsmanship and signature mix of classicism and modernity.

Space Furniture — spacefurniture.com.au

Congress by DesignOffice

Surrounded by a new wave of bars, eateries and galleries at the corner of Peel and Wellington Streets in Melbourne’s Collingwood, Congress, designed by DesignOffice, is a “friendly neighbourhood bistro.” A large external clock reminiscent of a town square signals the arrival space, while double-height glazing wraps the corner site,

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