Angela is an impassioned advocate for the powerful influence that design can have on people’s lives, whether that is at work, at home or at play.
Through her design work, her writing and her speaking, Angela shares her experience of human centred design with a global audience.
She is a qualified interior designer who has worked for more than twenty years designing residential, educational, recreational, retail and working environments.
Angela is an award winning businesswoman and co-owner of interior architectural practice Futurespace. Her clients include some of the most recognised names in the world such as Google, Qantas, PwC, REA Group and Volkswagen.
Her design work and her writing have been published in print across Australia, Asia and Europe as well as across numerous online publications including The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, AFR and Huffington Post.
Angela is an international keynote speaker and regularly appears live on Sky News TV.
Super Stylist Mr Jason Grant’s work has appeared in many Australian and International magazines including Inside Out, Belle, Vogue Living, Australian House and Garden, Real Living, The Sunday Times Uk, Milk Decoration, Grazia Magazine Uk, Living Etc and more.
Jason also works styling for Brands big and small these include David Jones, King Living, Reece Bathrooms, Pottery Barn, West Elm, Country Road, Sheridan, Murobond paints, Major Minor Sydney, Palm Beach Collection, Myer, Armadillo & Co and more.
He has published 3 books with Hardie Grant books which are distributed in the USA by Rizzoli Books Chronicle Books (his 3rd book released this September)
Living in Bondi, Sydney, Australia, He loves the beach. His style is laid back, relaxed, causal and quintessentially Australian. He is not a fan of over styled homes but loves real spaces that are lived in and loved, that reflect the owners personality. Its all about creating feel good style!
He generally styles for the camera for photographs but also works on selected real space projects both residential homes and commercial spaces, big or small.
Best known for her work in the world of interiors, architecture and design. In Australia she was editor of both marie claire lifestyle and launch editor of Inside Out, a magazine she ran for ten years.
During her time at NewsLifeMedia, in the role of editorial director, Karen relaunched Country Style magazine and spearheaded the digital play for body+soul, a website to complement News Corps successful health and wellbeing brand.
In tandem Karen has written several architecture books (Iconic Australian Houses, Superhouse), which have been translated into successful exhibitions shown initially at the Museum of Sydney, with Iconic Australian Houses travelling nationally.
Her latest book Perfect Imperfect also formed the basis for a curated exhibition at the Nishi Gallery in collaboration with Hotel Hotel, Canberra.
She is architecture editor of Belle magazine where she profiles Australian architects and has produced a book in collaboration with Belle to be launched in November. She has a weekly column in Fairfax Media’s Good Weekend.
Karen launched a boutique content marketing agency, Edit’d, in 2016 and is working with clients in the fields of design, retail, architecture and art and is producing another design book with Murdoch Books for 2018 release.
Olsen and Ormandy are constantly inspired by nature and the materials that they work with. They’re training as visual art students and their love of the Australian light and landscape, which is seen in their sense of colour and forms.
They consider working in design to be a wonderful privilege and a great way to study of the world. A never ending exploration where they're constantly inspired by nature. This is just one of the reasons they use sustainable working methods and minimise waste and electricity consumption.
For over 30 years Olsen and Ormandy have continued to explore and push the boundaries in art and design. They have exhibited at galleries around the world and collaborated with international designers including, Victoria & Albert Museum, Tokyo Writers Block, Spiral Gallery Tokyo, Guggenheim Museum, Gallery of Modern Art Queensland (GOMA), Perth’s Gallery of Western Australia, Karen Woodbury Gallery in Melbourne, New York Design Week, London Design Festival, Paul Smith, Louis Vuitton, Toni Maticevski, Romance Was Born and Jac+ Jack.