#LCDQLA, Cloth & Kind and the Brutalist Style

Lately I seem to be drawn to the Brutalist style in design. These brass pieces are defined by “an aggressive 20th-century style, usually in rough-textured and unfinished materials, that frankly exhibits both structural and mechanical systems.”


My friends at Cloth & Kind had a divine brutalist Tom Greene light fixture from Downtown in their #lcdqla Window for Sydney Harbour Paints and I have not gotten it out of my mind…. It was my favorite window.


Here is a glimpse at the design process and the final product of perfection. 




These lovelies gave us a private tour after our leisurely lunch at The Ivy on Robertson.


I love the Sally King Benedict painting ( have this one myself). SO GOOD!



You can get a glimpse of this brulatist chandelier in this picture. 


I cannot shake my current obsession with all things brutalist.  The rough brass animals certainly have me in awe.  Here are a few of my finds including the very chandelier they used for quiet a steal. Gotta love that but the sale ends 6/4!


For all sources from the “Goldfinger” window by Cloth & Kind go HERE


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