TOO D ART SHORTLISTED FOR
IDEA AWARDS 2019
The Interior Design Excellence Awards (idea.), Australia's largest independent interior awards program, revealed their Shortlist for 2019 recently. We're very pleased to have been shortlisted in the Object - Furniture and Lighting (Rising) Category for our TOO D Art!⠀
DECOR + DESIGN MEL/19
VIVID 2019 FINALIST
“TOO D(ynamic) ART” has been selected as a finalist for VIVID 2019 in the Object catagory!
Come and visit us at the VIVID finalist exhibition at DECOR + DESIGN between 18-21 July 2019 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre
Scandi is out, colour is in: All the interior design trends from Denfair 2019
TOO is rated by DOMAIN as one of biggest standouts and emerging trends from Denfair this year.
'Show off your self-expression as well as eye-catching colours, textures and designs, the notion of customising your home was a common theme. Too Designs is displaying a range of customisable artwork. The colourful wall art comes in whatever size and colour the customer wants and, with a magnet attached to the back, it can be swapped and changed to suit future tastes. The creation comes from the question: Why should all wall decoration be static?
Architect Thomas Gouws, the creator of TOO, has been in residential design for 16 years. “All our clients want modern geometric art, but they could never find it in the right colours or in a way that really suited them, so we decided to create a customisable colour and shape range,” he said'
KATE BARTELS, JUN 20, 2019
TOO-D ART SELECTED AS ONE OF
TOP 10 Product Design Highlights from Milan Design Week 2019
"Why should wall decoration be static and await to inevitably turn boring over time? This recently established company by Australian couple of architects Thomas and Sureen Gouws, rethinks the concept of wall art in a minimalist and interactive fashion.
The white steel board is your canvas and the kits of magnetic geometric shapes are your brush and paint.
The combination and appeal of shapes can be rearranged at any time, encouraging an active participation of the owner and its guests around this conversational design piece.”
- Design Wanted