Happy New Year to all and welcome to the premier edition of the studio threefiftyseven newsletter. 2005 looks to be getting off to a great start with many new projects already in the pipeline.

We’d like to thank all our clients for making 2004 such a memorable year and we’re looking forward to continuing our existing relationships — and hopefully forming some new ones.


Those of you who have been into the studio threefiftyseven office lately may have noticed Jason strutting about with a woody.
I’m referring of course to his new wife and business partner Petra de Mooy. And when I say ‘woody’ I’m of course referring to the fact that she’s a highly skilled woodworker. This is perhaps an understatement though, given she’s spent the last twelve years in Toronto, Canada building a reputation as one of the country’s premier furniture and interior designers. (In fact, last month's issue of ‘Style at Home’ Magazine in Canada featured one of Petra’s fitouts.)

So if you’re in need of high end, custom made furniture, designed specifically to suit your needs, or require the services of a skilled interior designer, look no further. She’s currently in the process of setting up shop here in Adelaide. To see more of her work, simply get on over to the studio threefiftyseven website — or better yet go to her freshly redesigned portfolio site at; www.petrademooy.com.
petra's furniture


Although the last few of months have been hectic with much international travel and social engagement, we have actually managed to get some work done. Bliss is a new homewares store located in Moffatt Beach, Queensland. Although purchased as a going concern, the new owners felt the store would benefit from a rebrand and interior makeover.
studio threefiftyseven was commissioned to develop the new identity and assist with bringing the store into line with the new brand. Discussions regarding an online presence are currently in progress.


We’ve also just completed the first stage of a portfolio site for Canadian artist Caroline de Mooy (Petra’s sister). Caroline’s oil paintings are truly beautiful and well worth a look. You can see her recent work at www.carolinedemooy.com, but Atmosphere Magazine are currently running a feature on her and have some earlier pieces on display.


The Pantechnicon Gallery in Daylesford, Victoria recently commissioned studio threefiftyseven to redesign their identity and help develop their new database driven website.
We visited the gallery over the Christmas break which is right in the heart of spa country, just north of Melbourne. We were able to tidy up a few loose ends and hopefully this work will be complete in the very near future. Keep watching this space for more details.


iPSatCom
We're currently developing a corporate identity and web presence for iPSatCom, an Adelaide based reseller of IP Star broadband satellite internet services.

Taylor Collison Limited
A new corporate identity for local stock broking firm Taylor Collison is also currently in development. This commission encompasses print collateral, web presence and a revamp of their existing office space.

Australian Olive Oil Corporation Pty Ltd
Work on two new websites for local olive oil brands Tigani and Timana are about to get underway.

 

studio threefiftyseven
The Church, 6 George Street, Stepney SA 5069
AUSTRALIA

Telephone: +61 8 8132 1223  Facsimile: +61 8 8363 3866
Email: info@threefiftyseven.com   www.threefiftyseven.com