Working across multiple mediums, Nicola applies her art and design to a range of applications. Browse the Project Gallery to see collaborations, concepts and examples of work on products, fabric, wallpaper, ceramics, plywood, aluminium and Interiors.
Co-ordinating and arranging an abundance of pattern, colour and artwork was the focus of Canadian apartment. The new apartment offered an existing neutral colour palette enabling colour themed rooms and spaces.
Nicola’s former design studio in Little Hoddle Street, Richmond was the backdrop for a rug collection photo shoot. Once a chocolate factory, the building was sympathetically transformed into warehouse apartments. Floor rugs, upholstery fabric, soft furnishings and styling by Nicola Cerini.
An eclectic assortment of textiles, objet d’art, and furniture feature in this coastal home. Grouped by colour, this home shows how several patterns can work well together in a room.
Concept for site specific artwork briefed by client. Visual references to Geelong’s geographical representation, topography and endemic vegetation.
I was invited to design a greenwall for the LaunchVic headquarters at the Docklands. The greenwall is now installed in the foyer and spans an area 2.5 x 3.5m.
This project involved creating a large scale artwork for an exterior wall above a pool. The artwork was produced using a combination of digital printing and laser cutting with aluminium composite board and mirrored acrylic.
Concept for site specific artwork in consultation with the community for the new Ballarat Base Hospital Front of House. Includes visual references to Ballarat’s endemic vegetation, unique geology and cultural heritage
A neutral colour palette, subtle pattern and timber furniture set a natural tone in this deco inspired home. Ceramics by Cone 11, furniture by Parker. A work in progress with more shots of bedroom and blinds to come.