Hosted by broadcaster Wallace Chapman, the format is simple – a guest is invited to choose an object playlist – selecting six objects that are important to them. The interview will plot a course around the conversation their selection catalyses. Chapman will interview a range of guests over the series providing insights into how the world can be seen and understood through material culture. Our next guest is Nanette Cameron, one of Aotearoa’s preeminent interior designers. Nanette Cameron was recently honoured with the first ever lifetime achievement award at the 2019 Interior Awards. Her courses began in 1967 and in 1975 became the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design.
Nanette was a founding member, and is now an honorary member, of the Designers Institute of New Zealand. In 2004 Nanette was awarded a Queens Service Medal for her contribution to her community, and in 2013, the exhibition Nanette Cameron Objectspace Master of Craft and book Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend recognised her achievements and legacy as an industry icon.