For our friends and customers in Melbourne, there are still a few days left to catch a wonderful exhibition celebrating a legend of Australian mid-century design.
Clement Meadmore: the Art of Mid-Century Design is the first major survey examining the design practice of this seminal designer – and it took ten years to bring this perfectly-formed exhibition together.
Meadmore’s work sat in the mid-century houses of architects Robin Boyd and Peter McIntyre, his designs living comfortably alongside some of our favourite Australian furniture heavyweights: Featherston, Lowen and Snelling. But that short summary barely scratches the surface – so if you’re able to check it out in person, I’d highly recommend taking the time for a deeper look at Meadmore’s contribution to mid-century design and culture.
Chairs and tables, graphics and lighting all feature in the exhibit which – thankfully! – has been extended to 24th March.
Clement Meadmore: the Art of Mid-Century Design is at the Potter Museum of Art.