Site Specific and Interior
Caviar is a collection of five brooches designed and made by Simone LeAmon with jeweller Blanche Tilden in celebration of a friend’s
A vase of infinite folds and surfaces
Using the waste paper from the process of permanently pleating fabric for fashion garments LeAmon's vase is a bronze casting created from and
Be Stylish is a limited edition brooch by Simone LeAmon hand made from recycled aluminium cans featuring Arabic and English text.
Melbourne Now Design wall: Design in everyday life
Presenting 40 design projects by 21 Melbourne design studios communicating design’s relationship to serial manufacturing.
Bowling Arm Bangles
Good Sport is an accessory range made with the leather remnants from cricket balls.
Limited Over Bangles
A special edition of 100 bangles in 316 stainless steel and bronze, marks the tenth anniversary of Simone LeAmon’s acclaimed Bowling Arm bangles.
Time and Money Lift Cars
Lift car fit outs, built 2013.
Ricotta Floor Lamp
Ricotta celebrates the skill of the Rakumba wire fabricators.
I Wish – tealight candle holders
In 2006 LeAmon lit a votive candle every night for six months her ill grandmother.
Prima Ballerina + Petit Ballerina Lamps
Merging innovation with tradition Simone LeAmon’s new lighting products for Rakumba are a striking reworking of the iconic ‘ballerina’ lampshade.
Dayorama Lift cars
The lift cars at St James act as the gateway and transition zone to the inner core of the St James project redevelopment.
Bodywork – Digital Motorcycle Suit
A virtual racing suit Bodywork is a design concept for a women’s motorcycle suit.
Lepidoptera evolved following Simone LeAmon’s visit to an automotive textile manufacturer in Melbourne in 2008.
Candle Light – Digital Animation
Candle Light is a digital animation featuring a concept design for a small portable lighting product.
Melbourne Arts Walk
The concept for the Melbourne Arts Walk imagines Arts Centre Melbourne’s spire casting spotlights on to the walkways throughout the precinct.
Supersystem – Concept for 5 Products
A Supersystem Concept for 5 Products: Post Object Confessions, consists of five product designs.
In the Air – Helmet Graphics
A helmet displaying a unique graphic design; generated from original photograms depicting Australian flora and ephemera found at Albert Park.
From out of the Shadows
Lighting concepts inspired by stories on shadow and light...
Heroes, Chameleons and the Absence of the Ego featured 408 pewter miniatures of medieval knights in fancy dress.
A window into Simone LeAmon's sketch books.
An island unit, Petrach’s Bath comprises of two parts – a white inner bath (octagonal part) giving the likeness of a waterlily, and an outer case.
Heartland – Digital Animation
Heartland follows the adventure of a motorcycle racer enmeshed with her bike.
Post Object Confession: Light
Late on a winter’s evening in 2006 Simone LeAmon stripped down to her bikinis outside the Euroluce showroom in Melbourne.
A tribute to the Platypus Sporting Goods Company, Melbourne.
Simone LeAmon has kissed motorcycles on the streets of Milan, Padova and Melbourne.
Overhead Styles – Helmet Graphics
Simone LeAmon walked the outfield of the Phillip Island circuit giving impromptu presentations to people wearing Dainese racing apparel.
A Box of Hope
The myth of Pandora’s box has been interpreted in numerous ways however one thing is certain – Pandora opened the jar out of simple curiosity.
Houses I’d hate to live in
LeAmon employs a strict reductionist process whereby the balsa scrap from the one model informed the properties of the next.