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timber were chosen for their aesthetics and their connection to the front of the house, as much as for their longevity. The architectural masterminds behind this successful amalgamation of period details with contemporary design have produced a home that is both breathtaking and welcoming; two concepts that are quite often mutually exclusive in modern day architecture. As a designer and director at Hayman, a founding partner of art and culture magazine VAULT and a director of Melbourne art gallery Kalimanrawlins (soon to be relaunched as STATION), it goes without saying that Simon Hayman has a discerning eye for design. With wife Jane working alongside him, the Hayman’s have built a well-deserved reputation for leading the new guard in unearthing the best in contemporary art. A self-confessed treasure hunter, Simon’s love for a good story can be seen in the mix of pieces he has collected over the years and the

Est Magazine #12  
Est Magazine #12  

Global living with an Australian twist