Back to the future: A contemplative design conversation Past Event
Cera Stribley invites a panel of design professionals in the built environment to sit down together, contemplating the profound effect that thoughtful design has on us every day. The panel will discuss their insights on the realities, opportunities and barriers present in the industry to positively impact and better our future in a local and global context.
Through their extensive experience and perspectives, their conversations will provoke further dialogue about how different design disciplines can work both together and alongside one another to promote a healthier built environment both physically and mentally.
Domenic Cerantonio, Cera Stribley
As a founding partner, architect and principal of Cera Stribley, Dom’s design methodology is holistic with architecture, interiors and landscape all designed cognisant of each other. With these elements being intrinsically linked, Dom’s approach to architecture is contextual, amalgamating traditional design principals with the higher aspirations of a project.
Manuela Milan, Carr & Meanwhile in Melbourne
Manuela Milan is an interior designer working at Elenberg Fraser Architects and is also the founder and creator of the Meanwhile in Melbourne design blog, that celebrates great design stories and features architecture projects emerging from Melbourne. Manuela is also known for her styling and work on photoshoots for interiors, brands and products. Her talented eye and broad knowledge of all things interiors makes her a true expert in her field.
Evan Dimitropoulos, Etched Landscapes
Founder and Director of Etched Projects, Evan’s focus for every landscape design is to bring the collective creative vision to life. Through collaboration with the clients, architect and project team the design process takes on a multi-dimensional form, and the partnership creates a depth to each scheme. Evans ability to design landscape that is embedded within the site rather than an afterthought means that those outdoor spaces feel as though a natural extension of the built form.
Rob Lutton, Eco Outdoor
With Industry knowledge spanning from design and product development to project planning and marketing, Rob’s ability to connect with those around him, either clients or design and production specialists has allowed him to be a conduit for and others and a significant influence in his own right in the specification of building and landscape materials.
Tara Angus, Space Furniture
With her qualifications in spatial design – focussed on furniture design and manufacturing, Tara Angus is a genuine expert when it comes to furniture. In her role in Contract Sales at Space furniture, she has built a reputation for her knowledge of trends as well as timeless pieces and collaborates with other designers every day to help create spaces that are perfectly suited to clients, whether it be for commercial, hospitality or residential.
MC – Ash Aidone