Himalayan Atelier

Collaborations in art, craft and design

our human creativity
our imagination
our resourcefulness
to construct cultural forms
individual expression
our boundless capacity
for optimism
fuelling our desire
to create a paradise

Goetz Hagmueller

Austrian architect, designer, film-maker and resident of the medieval Himalayan city of Bhaktapur since 1979, Goetz has created an exquisite suite of hand-beaten brassware utensils.

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Shane Powers

New York-based designer and stylist who has worked with industry luminaries from Li Edelkoort to Martha Stewart, Shane designed a range of white clay ceramics for TibetSydney Outpost in New York. Hand-thrown in Kathmandu, each piece is an ecclectic blend of the ancient and the contemporary.

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Timothy Hill

Internationally renowned Australian architect, designer, educator and advocate, Timothy collaborated with TibetSydney to create not only the Sydney showroom but also the Retreat House in the foothills of the Himalayas.

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Shraddha Shrestha

Kathmandu-born illustrator muralist and street art activist, Shraddha worked with TibetSydney and art publisher ARTand to illustrate KATHMAN SAVES THE WORLD – a colurful and witty hand-crafted fable of our time.

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David Clark

Ex-VOGUE LIVING AUSTRALIA editor-in-chief, design curator and commentator, David has collaborated with TibetSydney to create a collection of richly textured, luxurious rug designs.

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