MAAIKE creates design furniture & bespoke upholstery, transforming everyday objects and spaces into works which celebrate expression and individuality. Classic design conventions and craftsmanship are pushed to develop and transform pieces into personal stories to last a lifetime.
Founded in 2009, MAAIKE has become a name synonymous with unique design in Sydney, fusing art and design through a signature approach that explores form, texture and colour.
The Collection – A series of functional pieces designed and made in Sydney that will add character and comfort to your home. Choose from a select range of seats and soft furnishings
Bespoke Upholstery by Commission – Client owned furniture is re-made, applying MAAIKE’s signature style. A curated palette of colour and texture is artfully balanced and tailored to suit your style and story.
Spatial Installations – Complete solutions for design conscious clients on a holistic scale. Maaike adds her unique vision to Residential & Corporate concepts, translating them into tangible furniture, accessories and finish details that define whole spaces.
Workshops – A professional Upholsterer with a background in teaching, Maaike is the go-to for upholstery tuition at every level. Classes range from social classes to 2 day and month long intensive workshops. Private tuition is also available.
Available through select stockists in Sydney, online or by commission.
* Local Objects – Gaffa Gallery, Sydney
* Nannageddon – He Made She Made, Sydney
* The Second Coming – He Made She Made, Sydney
* Meet Made – He Made She Made, Sydney
* HomeGrown – COFA SPACE, Sydney
* Re*Volution Exhibition with Bricolage – Junktique Emporium, Sydney
* Bespoke – ABC TV September 2015
* The Stuff of Dreams – Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald 22nd March 2014
* Maaike Makes – Green (Winter edition)
* He Made She Made – Green (autumn edition)
* Here We Are – Inside (issue 71)
* Nannageddon at He Made She Made – In Design Live
* He Made She Made, Sydney’s Concept Gallery – In Design Live
* Maaike Pullar – Furniture Resurrection – Desktopmag.com.au