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With photography by Ivan Terestchenko and Shannon McGrath, Intimate – A Private World of Interiors is David Hicks’ personal perspective, a narrative of his references and inspirations — featuring some 40 houses and apartments, this book takes you on a journey from architecture and interior detailing through to decoration and the sourcing and curation of objects and art from the world over.

Surrounded by friends, family and clients, David spoke of his legacy, with Vogue Living’s Editor – in – Chief, Neale Whitaker, also taking a moment to credit the man himself for his role in the evolution of Australian design.

A testament to his work ethic and professional relationships, the Toorak home in which the guests were invited was that of two esteemed clients, who along with Tommy Collins, Flowers by Fleur, Billecart – Salmon and Pure Scot, collaborated with us to make this a night to remember.

David Hicks is an internationally renowned Australian interior designer. He founded his eponymous interior and building design practice in 2001, and now has offices in Melbourne and Los Angeles, where he leads teams of highly motivated, likeminded interior designers and architects.

Mixing antique finds with modern finishes, the award winning designer has a knack for juxtaposing styles and materials while ensuring livability and smart design are always at the core. Featuring the best of his residential projects, this luxurious volume offers a glimpse into bespoke designs that capture his holistic approach of considering architecture, interiors and decoration as one.

For more information or to order please email intimate@davidhicks.com with your name, contact number, shipping address, book quantity, colour preference and any personal message.

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Red Tulip apartment (Apartment)

Location:
Melbourne
Type:
Apartment
Year:
2000
Architect:
David Hicks
Project Manager:
Easton builders
Photographer:
Trevor Mein

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Apartment 44 (Apartment)

Location:
Melbourne
Type:
Apartment
Year:
2002
Architect:
David Hicks
Photographer:
Trevor Mein

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