Right now, we're all spending more time at home. Home has always been where the heart is, and artworks help to transform a space into a place you love to spend time in. So as you slow down, take time to understand how each room in your home makes you feel. Explore our artworks and find one lifts your spirits now and you'll love forever.
We are thrilled to start 2019 by sharing the news that Signarture has been awarded Best of Houzz for a sixth successive year. The award is determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of recent reviews from clients. We consistently received 5-star ratings from our clients and several images of our artworks are among the most popular in the Artwork category worldwide.
We are thrilled to start 2018 by sharing the news that Signarture has been awarded Best of Houzz for a fifth successive year.
The award is determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of recent reviews from clients. Signarture has consistently received 5-star ratings from their clients and several images of their artworks are among the most popular in the Artwork category as voted by the 40 million active members of the global Houzz community.
We're very grateful to those clients who took the time to write their reviews that earned us the award. We've also earned a couple of other Houzz badges of recommendation, acknowledging that our professional design knowledge and advice is highly valued.
"The Houzz community selected a phenomenal group of Best of Houzz 2018 award winners, so this year's recipients should be very proud,” said Liza Hausman, VP Industry Marketing for Houzz. “Best of Houzz winners represent some of the most talented and customer-focused professionals in our industry, and we are extremely pleased to give them both this recognition and a platform on which to showcase their expertise."
If you haven't yet taken a look at Houzz, it provides not only inspiration for your next renovation or redecorating project, but an easy way to connect with the design professionals who can help make it happen for you.
Thank you clients, thank you Houzz!
Check it out here: http://www.houzz.com/pro/signarture
We are delighted to announce our new showroom partner Innerspace, located at 509 Murray Street in the heart of Perth.
The team are passionate about quality and good design and their range caters to every furnishing need for residential, commercial and hospitality interiors and exteriors.
Innerspace represents leading international furniture brands, from Flexform and Thonet to Herman Miller, whilst maintaining an equal dedication to bespoke Australian design.
The showroom will display examples of our artworks on perspex and canvas, including 3D framed fine art prints, and installation is timed to coincide with Contemporary Wine In Design to be held on Saturday October 15th, 2016.
According to the organisers, the event will bring to Perth a range of topical industry talks, international designers, installations and a complete immersion in the design lifestyle of Perth - all complimented by some of the regions' finest wines.
Innerspace will be hosting workshops, product launches, and events throughout the day with their wine partner, Flying Fish Cove.
Signarture Creative Director, Sarah Leslie, will be there during the day, so whether you're a design industry professional or an art and design savvy member of public who has always wanted to be able to see our artworks up close / in person, we look forward to meeting you in Perth!
We are delighted to have received two further awards from the Houzz community, and according to the advice letter we received "that's a really big deal". Time to break out the champagne!
The Influencer badge is awarded to design professionals whose advice and knowledgeable posts are most appreciated by the Houzz community.
The Recommended badge only goes to the top-rated professionals on Houzz.
As at the end of 2015, Houzz was reported as having 35 million unique monthly visitors worldwide, with over 1 million design professionals, such as Signarture, active on the platform.
Signarture was the 15th most recommended of some 35,000 Artists and Artisans worldwide, and the top recommended of some 800 within Australia.
If you're renovating or redecorating, we highly recommend Houzz as a your go to resource for inspiration, advice and discovering the right professionals to bring your dreams to fruition. Be warned, it can be addictive!
View our Houzz profile here: http://www.houzz.com/pro/signarture
Galerie du Passage Pierre Passebon showing inspirational combinations of furniture and art from different eras. Photo courtesy PAD London.
We always look forward to PAD, London’s leading fair for 20th Century art, design and decorative arts. This high end show epitomises how modern art, photography, design and decorative arts can be used in combination to create highly personalised and uniquely stunning interiors.
If you're planning on visiting the show which, runs from 14th - 18th October 2015, you might like some pointers on the distinctions between 'Modern' and 'Contemporary' as applied to art and design.
The Modern Art movement is typically quoted as 1860-1950 with the first examples of abstraction. It was the beginning of a backlash to traditional 'academic art' of the Renaissance, and spans a wide variety of artistic styles all of which emphasize the value of being original and doing something innovative. Modern art is all about personal expression.
In the Postmodern era that followed, artworks that had been created using technologies such as silk screening began to appear, deconstructing the idea that artworks had to be originals or indeed that individual artistic genius was required, Art became more about conception than production.
In design, the Modernist movement is mostly quoted as post World War I, from about 1918-1950 and it celebrated the advances in technology that accompanied the industrial revolution. Again there were a number of schools of thought, but the common principle was that they eschewed decorative excess. Modern design was exclusively about form and function.
The term 'Contemporary' is not attached to a historical period but instead simply describes art and design “of our moment". At this point in time, artworks dating back to about 1970 are considered contemporary.
Contemporary interior design can therefore incorporate an eclectic mix of both modern and contemporary furniture and art. And, even though our perspex artworks are often referred to as 'very modern', and indeed the material was popularized during the Modernist movement of design, they are strictly contemporary.
Enjoy the show!