The Jewel in Olinda’s crown


WORDS Pip Young | PHOTOGRAPHY Mark Fergus

From the copper details of the window trim to the tiny, shiny business card holder outside the front door it’s clear before one even steps foot in the door that No.3 on Olinda’s main strip, is likely to behold something wonderful, and it truly does.

Daria Fox and Terry Cockrem have worked like Trojans over the last few months – creating both a workshop and retail space that is built from found, recycled, upcycled, repurposed materials gathered from nature strips, junk shops, Facebook marketplace, or gifted items from friends and relatives. What they have created inside this former butcher’s shop is nothing short of magical. The shop combines their retail outlet with a genuine, fully functioning workshop where customers can watch pieces being made. Offering a bespoke design and concierge service, No.3 provides a unique collaboration between client and maker, from idea through to finished piece.

Read the full story in issue 57 Autumn 2024, here.