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Event 14 / August 2018


HEAR FROM ARENT&PYKE CO-FOUNDERS AND PRINCIPALS JULIETTE ARENT AND SARAH-JANE PYKE, FREELANCE WRITER AND CREATIVE NICKY LOBO, AND TZG ARCHITECTS' KSENIA TOTOEVA; PLAY FROM THEIR PERSPECTIVE.

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JULIETTE ARENT + SARAH-JANE PYKE

Principals, Arent&Pyke

Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke combine decades of design expertise with a shared dedication to creating comfortable and sophisticated interiors.

Their interior design studio was formed in 2007. Since its inception, Arent&Pyke has grown into an award-winning design practice with a distinctive style and approach to living in the home. 

Arent&Pyke work collaboratively, seeking to understand exactly how their clients want to live, helping to uncover individual tastes and aesthetic visions, and ultimately creating carefully considered,functional and beautiful spaces.

 
 

NICKY LOBO

Former editor, writer, Habitus Magazine

Former Editor of Habitus magazine, Nicky Lobo is a writer, editor and curator with more than a decade of experience working in the design community.

Nicky brings her passion for creativity, mindfulness and the environment to every project and collaboration, and revels in the opportunities that the intersection of these interests offer.

Through taking part in creative conversations - with a sense of openness, engagement and deep listening - Nicky believes in our innate capacity to learn, grow and transform ourselves and the world around us.

 

KSENIA TOTOEVA

Architect, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects

Ksenia Totoeva is an architect at Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects.

She graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2010 with the University Medal and was the recipient of the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship. Ksenia worked on a number of award-winning projects while at Lahznimmo Architects, including Helensvale Library, which received the 2016 AIA Queensland Public Architecture Award and Bowen Place Crossing, which was awarded the 2016 AIA National Urban Design Award. She is currently leading a number of adaptive reuse mixed-use projects at Tonkin Zulaikha Greer. 

Ksenia is the Immediate Past President of the Emerging Architects and Graduates Network (EmAGN) of the Australian Institute of Architects and has been involved with several national and chapter committees and juries. She has tutored at UTS and is currently teaching in the Masters program at the University of Newcastle.