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The Bower design team

Taliah Lowry
CONCEPT AND DESIGN

Taliah Lowry

“Through these last years of back to back projects I have begun to trust my instincts. I try to nurture and develop the early design bubbles in my head and do my best to steer away from trends and strive to achieve classic, timeless, fluid design.”

Claudine Claridge
BRANDING

Claudine Claridge

“The passion of our owners is infectious – that has made this project a real and successful team effort.
 
Collaboration is key to the vision of this company. We worked with a small team of dynamic people to bring together modern branding that would ensure we stood out in such a competitive environment. Additionally, we built a culture that connects to our guests and allows the team to shine together.”

Jesse Prince
PHOTOGRAPHY

Jesse Prince

“I am interested in shapes and composition and their relationship within the frame.
 
I love the storytelling, the process of bringing somebody’s idea into tangible form. Taliah leaves it up to me; over time we have developed trust and understanding of each other. It’s so cool.”

Kate Sacks
INTERIOR DESIGN

Kate Sacks

“My design approach is always to create spaces with character that are unique, timeless and transcend trends.
 
I translated my brief for The Bower as celebrating the concept of the old school motel room and taking it up a level to create a bespoke suite experience unique to Byron Bay. The enthusiasm and dedication of the owners, staff, the entire construction, design and styling teams have infused the Bower with a unique accommodation experience that harnesses the soulful, positive and creative energy of Byron Bay.”

Lynda Gardener
INTERIOR DECORATING/STYLING

Lynda Gardener

“Rooms are balanced through a mix of textures and tones – wood, metals, textiles, plush velvets and linens. It is really a mix of traditional styling with some fun elements.”

Belle Hemming Bright
INTERIOR DECORATING/STYLING

Belle Hemming Bright

“We kept the lines simple and modern. The Bower interiors are a clever mix of old and new with a touch of classic New York woven through the layers.”

John Burgess
ARCHITECT

John Burgess

“The goal here was to take a fairly bland, typical motel environment and elevate it to something with spirit and identity.
 
I really enjoyed how the clients had a very strong vision of where they wanted to end up and some key elements they wanted incorporated but allowed us to be free to work out how to get there… what is really exciting is that all the designers had their own particular angle on what was appropriate, we did not cross one another’s paths, we each were free to explore our realms and I believe this is a key to the strength of the result, it all came from different directions but The Bower is dynamic and complete…its got personality!”

Greg Lyon
BUILDER

Greg Lyon

“I think The Bower expresses that Byron Bay feeling – light and airy – but with the addition of being sophisticated.
 
The main thing is our working relationship with Taliah and Sein. Taliah has great ideas and we work to make them a reality. Most builders do 2 or 3 jobs at a time and they lose that daily face-to-face contact. Things flow and evolve as you build. We take on only one project at a time so I can be on site and keep a handle on everything.”

Daniel Kemp
LANDSCAPE

Daniel Kemp

“I feel a garden needs to be grounded and have elements of age.
 
Landscaping in Byron is quite distinctive; it’s governed by what thrives in the region and also individualises the area, with its subtropical climate, rich soils and high rainfall. Taliah’s brief was clear: luxuriant greens with interesting foliage and mature specimens to give the properties a sense of establishment and privacy. The guests need to feel like they’re in their own homes and be able to move about and enjoy their space without being on display.”