Mary Featherston
Mary Featherston


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  • exhibition-design

Mary Featherston, together with her husband Grant, have been seminal figures in Australian Design, delivering high-profile projects over decades in mid-century Australia. Mary has been celebrated in the field of children’s early-learning environments, working with schools, childcare centres and museums, and she continues as a consultant and advocate in this sphere.

In the conversation, Mary talks about fellow designers, products and companies such as Atel, Ikea, Aristoc Industries, Danish Deluxe, Grant Featherston, Jimmy Haughton James, Ted Worsley, Ron Rosenfeldt, John James, Bill & Kiera Le Lievre, Jack Crow, Mockeridge, Daley & Mitchell, The Expo Chair, Robin Boyd, Neville Ashkenazy, George Krall, Bernie Joyce, Don Chapman, Ann Rado, Erwin Rado, MIFF, John Duncan, Ron Opie, Derek Wrigley, Shirley Krall, Gallery A, Stuart Furniture, Forum, Southern Cross, Bruce Anderson, Eric Westbrook, NGV, Colin Barrie, Cold Cure Foam Moulding, Winsome McCaughey, Museum Victoria, Everybody Exhibition ’85, Peter Corlette, School of Reggio Emilia, Dandenong High School, Camberwell High School, Bialik College, Roger Putnam, Innerspace, Royal Children’s Hospital, George Russell, the School of Painting and Decorating.

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