30 Bespoke Chairs, 30 Australian Personalities, One Unique Partnership - Take a Seat for Legacy with Temple & Webster
30 original chairs, designed and created by key Australian personalities from the worlds of television, radio, fashion, design, interiors and politics will go on public display at The Grounds of Alexandria on the weekend of 6th-8th December. The chairs, which will be placed among the gardens of the destination Sydney eatery, form part of a unique exhibition and auction in aid of iconic Australian charity Legacy devised by leading online homewares retailer Temple & Webster.
Visitors to the exhibition, will view a range of unique pieces that have been created by participants including the family of Australian PM The honourable Tony Abbott, Sunrise & Dancing with the Stars talent Edwina Bartholomew, Mix 106’s Tim Ross, renowned artist and designer Stephen Ormandy, stylist and interior designer Shannon Fricke, and many more.
Partnering for the initiative, Legacy and Temple & Webster invited key participants to let their imaginations run wild and design a chair and ‘Take a Seat for Legacy’.
Legacy Australia chairman Charles Wright said he was thrilled to join forces with Temple & Webster for this innovative and fun project to help raise awareness and funds for its vital work in supporting the families of Veterans who have given the ultimate sacrifice from all wars and conflicts and for the families of members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) who are incapacitated or suffer from psychological issues.