Adriane Strampp’s renovated warehouse and former hanger factory has been chosen for filming the popular Melbourne-based Channel Ten TV series Offspring featuring Asher Keddie, Kat Stewart, Matthew Le Nevez and Eddie Perfect.
In this article Inside Out magazine profiles the various homes used for the production, and how they fit with the characters.
Strampp was also a guest Instagrammer for Inside Out magazine and you can see her Instagram pictures for Inside Out by searching for the hashtag #adrianestramppinsideout.
If you’ve ever been envious of someone else’s home or lusted after interiors, then A Place Called Home is for you!
Jason Grant shares insider information on how to decorate your home just like a stylist. The book is filled with lots of clever and fun ideas, as well as information on where to find the coolest accessories and homewares.
In this highly illustrated, creative guide on how to create beautiful spaces, Jason explains how to draw inspiration and how to get started using moodboards and other tips and tricks. He also makes interior decorating more manageable by detailing what you need to consider in each room from the bedroom, living, dining and kitchen. Jason also addresses storage solutions, small spaces, outdoor areas, working with colour, recycling and finishing touches. There will also be an information section with a directory of all of Jason’s favourite places to shop globally, including online stores.
The home of Adriane Strampp has been used as a location for the popular Channel Ten TV series Offspring, filmed around the Fitzroy and Collingwood area. The Saturday Age features a video interview on what it’s like to be an Offspring home-owner.
Adriane Strampp with Eugene and Nelson Khoury Offspring location manager Text and video can be found here: Loft ideal to fill with Offspring Text: Daniella Miletic Photo: Simon Schluter
There has been a lot of interest in the hare drawings since appearing on the cover of the current issue of Inside Out magazine, featuring the home of Lucy Fenton and Josh Markey, owners of Fenton & Fenton.
Memorium 2012 oil, wax, paper and lead on board 25 x 180 cm
Adriane Strampp’s Memorium 2012 has been shortlisted for the Geelong contemporary art prize. The Geelong contemporary art prize (formerly the Fletcher Jones art prize) is an acquisitive painting prize, conducted by the Geelong Gallery on a biennial basis.
In 2012, an exhibition of shortlisted paintings will be held from 15 September to 18 November. The announcement of the winning work will be made on the opening night.
This year the $30,000 prize money is generously provided by the Dimmick Charitable Trust.
Geelong Gallery Little Malop Street Geelong VIC 3220 Australia