With ties to both Italy and Australia, designer Elise Eales seeks to create a range of objects that can connect us with ourselves, our spaces and the people we surround ourselves with.
Each object is intended to invoke a gentle recognition of the little rituals in our daily lives.
Informed by an appreciation of texture and materials, the collection has grown to include jewellery, ceramics and kinetic objects.
Often the techniques intersect - the process of jewellery making applied to larger scale mobiles or the balance of a brass stem in a ceramic vase.
The collection resources both the skilled techniques of a jewellery making family in Indonesia and the experience of ceramist Mic Eales, Elise's father.
The di Lunedì objects are intended to connect us with ourselves, our spaces and the people we surround ourselves with.