Belle Life Series 3 Unveiled at Harold Park

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The Mirvac Belle Life Series Design Collaboration Popup Display: Layering of Colour, Texture and Materials by Arent & Pyke

Key furniture, artwork and accessories were provided by Artbank, Great Dane, ECC, Corporate Culture, Zuster, Cosh Living, Koskela, Spence & Lyda, Fred is here, Garden Life, Bemboka, Rachel Castle, Porters Paints and Quercus & Co

November marked the unveiling of the third and final chapter in the Mirvac Belle Life Series, featuring interior designers Arent & Pyke. Designed with the family buyer in mind the Arent & Pyke apartment by Sarah-Jane Pyke dispels any notion that children and stylish design are mutually exclusive. The new display showcases an exuberant expression of colour and pattern by Arent & Pyke in the new Maestro display apartment at Harold Park. 

The event was hosted by Belle Editor-in-Chief and judge on The Block, Neale Whitaker. Sarah-Jane Pyke shared her inspirations with the crowd and encouraged guests to view the new display apartment while enjoying the wonderful assortment of food on hand. Guests enjoyed gourmet party favourites, lolly bags, popcorn, a balloon artist, giant chess and jegna games. 

The key inspiration for this display was all about layering of colour, texture and materials. Colour is a key signature in design for Arent & Pyke. They have introduced this into the main living area with some wonderful Australian art sourced from Artbank, a multi-coloured buffet from Zuster and an assortment of scatters. 

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