Emma-Kate Wilson

Emma-Kate Wilson is a freelance writer based in Sydney, Australia. Her writing examines current trends in sustainably-minded global interior design and architecture; as well as the broader cultural impact of socially-engaging art and design.

https://www.emmakatewilson.net/

  • Exploring Art and Architecture with Ed Glenn

    As part of our Art at Home series, we sit down with Powell & Glenn’s principal and director Ed Glenn to explore the multi-disciplinary nature of art and architecture.

  • Art at Home | Art and Design

    In this Art at Home feature, we see art and design effortlessly intersect through six different artists and designers from around the globe.

  • Art at Home | Art and Architecture

    Art and architecture often inspire one another, leaving traces of influence in line, form, light and shadow.

  • Art at Home | Minimalism: On the Canvas

    Minimalism: On the Canvas reveals a breadth of contemporary art that evokes restrained colour palettes and composition.

  • Art at Home | Minimalism: In Sculpture

    Pushing the boundaries of contemporary art, Minimalism: In Sculpture tests the limits of what can be done with metal, clay, and plastic.

  • Art at Home | Still Life

    Continually seen as a style throughout art history, Still Life continues as a popular concept — using everyday objects to connect art to life.

  • Art at Home | Poetic Abstraction

    Poetic Abstraction explores the materiality of paint, surface, and gesture through soft hues and expressive mark-making.

  • Art at Home | Organic Sculptures

    In this Art at Home feature, we appreciate how eight artists form organic sculptures by exploring the unique qualities of clay and stone.

  • Behind the Lens | Photographer Rory Gardiner

    Rory Gardiner has established a name in the global design community, working with some of the world’s most renowned architects.

  • Art at Home | Geometric Exploration

    An art concept that often guides interiors, we reflect on the colourful world of Geometric Exploration in this Art at Home feature.

  • Federal House by Edition Office

    Federal House by Edition Office on Bundjalung Country is a sensitive architectural response to the rural landscape.

  • Art at Home | The Human Body

    For our third Art at Home feature, we reflect on the emotive topic of the human body – a subject long depicted in traditional art.

  • Art at Home | Whimsical Landscapes

    In our second round-up for the Art at Home series, we look at seven artists who explore a modern interpretation of the landscape.

  • Art at Home | Photography and the Environment

    In the first feature of our Art at Home series, we explore environmental art photography through the lens of eight pre-eminent photographers.

  • Brunswick House by Adam Kane Architects

    Find calm in the Brunswick House by Adam Kane Architects; a redesigned Californian bungalow with a contemporary addition.

  • Park House by Georgina Jeffries

    Set in lush gardens with a generous verandah, Park House by Georgina Jeffries invites playful features against heritage aspects.

  • Killara House by Hugh-Jones Mackintosh

    Sydney-based designers Hugh-Jones Mackintosh transform the Killara House into a modern home with classic details and timeless pieces.

  • Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry

    First built in 1959, Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry is a quintessential Australian mid-century modern home with a contemporary renovation.