A collection centered around themes of playfulness and adventure. We explore wood, textiles, brass, steel, paper and clay—proving sentiments can transcend shape, form and materiality. The interaction between materials—especially the smooth, polished and sophisticated, with those that are rougher around the edges is a particular focus.
Sentiments 01 is the first showcase of our growing core collection. By continually adding to this collection, we place value on classic, timeless items that grow more beautiful and develop with wear and time. From the chosen environment to what we surround ourselves with, we believe consumption should be considered and that objects hold meaning—constantly evolving and developing just as we do.
Sentiments 01 is shot in coastal Sydney with Creative Direction by Megha Kapoor and Images by Vicki Liang from Studio INPRINT. Showcasing the product is model and free diver Astrid Holler. In this post, we speak to Astrid about her introduction to freediving and what makes a home.
Room on Fire is a Sydney-based design studio founded by Chloë McCarthy. Chloë’s career began in the magazine industry at Vogue Living before a move to interior design, working at acclaimed Australian architecture firm Akin Atelier prior to starting her own business.
Chloë is a creator of interiors and furniture and curator of art and objects, often drawing from an inventory of both contemporary and vintage pieces.
Our most recent insight features friend of Fourth St, Christie Tyler. Christie's instagram @nycbambi has long served as a constant source of inspiration. Initially drawn to Christie's minimal interiors and aesthetic, we have grown to meet and value the intelligent, thoughtful and authentic force that is Christie Tyler. Her home echoes these values. Whether old or new, each item holds meaning and has a story. Christie invites us in to her New York apartment to share with us five of her favourite items and why.
Christie is seen wearing the Olive Sarong by Fourth St throughout.
Friend of Fourth St, Kate shares some of her own fuss free and effortless tips for your cut stems at home.
Charlotte Jennings of Frisson Knits and knitter extraordinaire shares with us her top tips for caring for your hand knitted pieces.Read More
Jessie Whittaker from Sydney's The Calmm shares with you three acupressure points. Weave these in to your day to support oscillating emotions and excessive thoughts during times of uncertainty. Each point has been carefully selected with the intention to ground and balance.Read More