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StudioSKINKY will once again be participating in the Kids In Style trade event, this time in Melbourne.


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A. Lock Me In Studio Skinky’s versatile Lock Me In shelving system makes 11 different configurations. Flat packed, made from sustainable Australian plantation plywood and easily constructed without screws or nails.

LMNOP is proud to be the official sponsor of Kids Instyle. For more information and upcoming Melbourne show dates visit the Kids Instyle website.



Our Tortellini cushion is currently featured in a Shop 4 Kids article entitled “Double Duty”.

And for a full list of Tortellini cushion retailers, please contact us at


We will be at Kids Instyle Trade Show with Left Hand Make ( 25~28 Feb 2010 Royal Hall of Industries &  Hordern Pavilion Moore Park, Sydney

Please visit for more info


studioSKINKY was recently featured in a review by Inside Out magazine as a participate of the Young Blood Designers Market during Sydney Design 09.

It was an incredible event that attracted thousands of people to the Powerhouse Museum. And clearly convinced us that Young Blood is a necessary event for emerging design in Sydney.

Thank you to everyone who attended.


Hello Everyone!!!

studioSKINKY is now trading at The Eveleigh Artisan’s Market on the 1st Sunday of every month from 10am – 4pm. Come and say hello, we’d love to meet you!

Eveleigh Market hosts an Artisans’ Art and Craft Market showcasing the very best individually designed local art, sculpture, design, ceramics, glass, craft and Indigenous artworks. The Artisan market opened in March 2009 and will continue to evolve as a leading local designers market. While you’re there, grab a freshly roasted coffee from the cafe, or a bunch of flowers or check out what’s on at Carriageworks.

More information


Studio SKINKY has been awarded the Young Blood Designers: Griffith Hack IP Consultation prize.

The prize is an initial 5 hour Intellectual Property consultation with Griffith Hack – Patents, Trade Marks, IP Law – valued at $2500.

Photo N¼: 00x11661 (300K) Our new glassware range – After The Drink – was the chosen glassware on the recent Eat Green Design dining table, at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.

It was a very successful event and everyone enjoyed the food and the innovative designs. (Unfortunately, we didn’t have a chance to go and enjoy the talks or meals, BUT some of our friends who went said it was FANTASTIC!)

And afterwards we had a great response for our work from the people who came to the Young Blood Designers Market.

Thank you so much for your love and support!


Photo by Powerhouse Here is more photo


studioSKINKY’s new Bower Water Pitcher and glasses, plus their Salt & Pepper Cruets will be on the table for the Eat Green Design project during Sydney Design 09′.  READ ABOUT IT HERE…..


Challenge your perceptions of sustainability through a unique creative platform and restaurant Eat Green Design, presented by the Powerhouse Museum in partnership with Collaborate.

The vision of Cilla Maden of Collaborate, Eat Green Design is a place for discovering cutting-edge ecological principles and for sustainable practice in design. It’s a place to meet; it’s a specially-designed and built venue inside the Museum for talks, events, products, ideas as well as a cup of coffee or a delicious meal.

Eat Green Design has been designed and purpose-built by award-winning architect Hannah Tribe of Tribe Studio, Surry Hills. It also showcases a selection of innovative, sustainable products from independent and emerging eco-designers around Australia including Design By Them, Simon Duff, Toby Horrocks, Lightly, Spaceleft and ISM Objects. Limited edition pieces created for Eat Green Design will be available for purchase at Young Blood: Designers Market.

The Eat Green Design project serves to investigate, uncover and make transparent the ‘whole-system’ behind design. It demonstrates how sustainability does not compromise design aesthetic or value, but in fact adds a level of sophistication to the design agenda.

A stimulating line-up of guest speakers talking about sustainable business, living, lifestyle design and architecture will feature at the breakfast and dinners (bookings are essential).

Or drop in to Eat Green Design during the day for a Fair Trade coffee and catch talks at midday by designers involved with the project and other guest speakers.