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  • 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.

  • Exploring the Intersection of Art and Architecture

    Curatorial House by Taylor Pressly Architects, in collaboration with Otomys, is a lesson in fine art and modern architecture.

  • 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.

  • Grid House by Doherty Design Studio

    Grid House by Doherty Design Studio (DDS) employs a pared-back approach to draw an Edwardian family home into contemporary relevance.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • In Conversation with Photographer Trevor Mein

    We catch up with Melbourne-based photographer Trevor Mein, a forerunner of clouds as composition, to celebrate his latest collection, stratosphere.

  • In Conversation with Artist Caroline Denervaud

    To celebrate her latest exhibition in Melbourne, we get to know Paris-based, multi-disciplinary artist Caroline Denervaud.

  • Interview with Otomys Directors

    We’re welcomed inside Otomys gallery to chat with co-directors Megan Dicks and Hannah Abbott on the value of art in the home and their new London base.

  • The Art of Interiors with Otomys x Studio Tate

    Join us for an est reader event with Otomys Art and Studio Tate to discuss how artwork and interior design connect and complement each other.

  • The Est Edit: Terracotta Tones

    No longer reserved for your Grandmother’s pot plants, these finds have us seeing the earthy element in a brand-new light.

  • Get the Look: Country Weekender

    Favourite pieces for creating a rural retreat in your own home, by privileging raw textures and well-crafted materials.