My Little Surf Shack

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27th Jun, 2013

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The outdoor tub had me at hello. Then there was the artist studio, the airy guest house and the sculpture garden of abandoned trucks. And suddenly, I’m interested in surfing.
Welcome to the home of artist David Bromley in Byron Bay, surfing capital of Australia, recently visited and photographed by the Design Files.

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With his fashion designer wife Yuge, David has purchased two properties next to each other, re-working the main house and outhouses into separate living and working spaces, including a brand headquarters for Yuge and an artist’s studio for himself.

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Wipe that drool away!

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