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Indeco in the making: Two decades of Design

Patrick & Mieke Senior-Loncin

Indeco, a contraction of INnovative DEsign COmpany, was established in 1992 in the idyllic surrounds of Swan Point on the West Tamar. Created by Patrick and Mieke Senior-Loncin, it has become a name synonymous with merging a minimalist design aesthetic with exceptional craftsmanship. Indeco strives for a simple elegance to its unique and innovative homeware designs, preferring timbers, such as Huon pine, with subtle colours and grain patterns that allow the overall design to shine through unhindered by unnecessary ornamentation or detail.

The exhibition showcases the development of one of Australia’s leading product design companies, from humble beginnings to maker of acclaimed collectable homewares, through the display of over fifty products and prototypes spanning 23 years.

Curator: Rye Dunsmuir & Lisa Ancher

 

Presented by Design Tasmania

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TICKETS

Free event

DURATION

Sat 14 March – Sun 24 May, Mon to Fri 9.30am-5.30pm, Sat & Sun 10am-4pm

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

FLOOR TALK

Fri 13 March, 5pm-6pm

Patrick & Mieke Senior-Loncin

DATES

Launceston

Design Tasmania

WHEELCHAIR
Fri 20 Mar 2015, until Sun 24 May 2015,

Indeco, a contraction of INnovative DEsign COmpany, was established in 1992 in the idyllic surrounds of Swan Point on the West Tamar. Created by Patrick and Mieke Senior-Loncin, it has become a name synonymous with merging a minimalist design aesthetic with exceptional craftsmanship. Indeco strives for a simple elegance to its unique and innovative homeware designs, preferring timbers, such as Huon pine, with subtle colours and grain patterns that allow the overall design to shine through unhindered by unnecessary ornamentation or detail.

The exhibition showcases the development of one of Australia’s leading product design companies, from humble beginnings to maker of acclaimed collectable homewares, through the display of over fifty products and prototypes spanning 23 years.

Curator: Rye Dunsmuir & Lisa Ancher

 

Presented by Design Tasmania

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