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Poetry in Motion

With more than 30 years in the interior design industry, Iain Halliday has not only shaped the aesthetic of Australian interior design, but has continually challenged fashion and taste. His is an aesthetic to die for – layered, rich, opulent and stunningly clear of clutter, despite the great plethora of objects and art his projects champion. It is this very fine eye that made his work exceptional in the early eighties, but remains true today. In fact, he has only improved with time.

Combining interior design studies at Sydney’s College of Arts (COFA, now UNSW Art and

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