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Published on October 13th, 2014 | by admin

The Block’s Shaynna Blaze Unveils ‘Grand Design’ on Melbourne’s Waterfront

Monday 13 October: Earlier this morning, Australian TV star Shaynna Blaze unveiled a Grand Design installation at Melbourne’s South Beach Reserve, ahead of the Grand Designs Live Home Show arriving in Australia on Friday 17th October.

Shaynna has overhauled a Royal Wolf shipping container, which has been customised into a ‘Grand Design’. The installation aims to demonstrate that sustainable can still be sleek and sophisticated, and that you can create a Grand Design in any space.

The installation illustrates; creativity, sustainability and small spaces – all themes at this years home show.  It symbolises the energy, materials and the sources people need to create a home. All items in the installation have been selected for their company’s policies towards the impact on the environment, without compromise on quality or style

The installation will be open for two days for members of the public to get a taste of what they can expect from this years Grand Designs Live.

About the show:

Drawing inspiration from the popular TV series, Grand Designs Live Home Show is the ultimate home show for those looking for ideas and inspiration for all areas of the home. Whether the focus is small spaces or complete overhauls, visitors will find the best ideas and advice, meet their favourite TV experts, including Kevin McCloud & Peter Maddison, and have the chance to chat to exhibitors, whilst discovering a vast array of unique and attractive products and services, all under one roof! The home show will be in Melbourne 17th – 19th October and Sydney 24th – 26th October.

Stockist Details:

WallpaperInterior Productions; made from non-woven Eco paper with environmentally water based inks

Wall and Twig house PaintTaubmans; Pure Performance High Performance Low VOC

FlooringInterface; Zero negative impact on the environment

Power Point – LED Low voltage light

Light Plug & Switch – Plywood – Eco rating, Bamboo – sustainable farming, Jute rope, recycled fibre

Twig house by Twiggargerie – hand made by love and with locally sourced twigs

Lights – LED low voltage lights

 


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