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Lily Goodwin and Josh Cain have tried working in large and small practices, operated from remote and local studios, and created ephemeral and enduring projects. And since they established Pattern Studio in 2015, they have realised projects on several continents.

“One of the motivations for starting Pattern was that it might offer the opportunity to work flexibly and move around – to live elsewhere in Australia or overseas – and that has worked in our favour with regards to projects,” says Goodwin. “We’ve honed the ‘anywhere, anytime’ way of working. Our plans pre-COVID were actually to fly out to Europe today [the day they spoke to inside].

“We also desired diversity in our work,” she continues, “and in the past five years we’ve been really fortunate to work on a fairly wide range of projects, with different types of clients, at different scales, across various locations. Each of these has seen naturally unique outcomes and

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