I'm Jo...... Brinnie T Design was born from my love of art, design and all things beautiful.... including my children Brina and Thomas who my business is named after.
I believe that your home should be a reflection of your personality and lifestyle and above all should be functional as well as beautiful.
A holistic and environmentally friendly approach assists in bringing harmony to your space.
Brinnie T Design is based on Phillip Island and specialises in creating individual designs for your home, your holiday rental or your business premises. We also consult across Gippsland and Melbourne.
Creating beautiful spaces can be achieved on all budgets and for all lifestyles. I hope to share this with you.
Jo Viney MDIA
Member: Design Institute of Australia
Member: Centre for Universal Design Australia
Awarded 2022 Best of Service - Houzz
Awarded 2021 Best of Service - Houzz
Awarded 2020 Best of Service - Houzz
Awarded 2019 Best of Service - Houzz
Awarded 2018 Best of Service - Houzz
Awarded 2017 Best of Service - Houzz
Brinnie T Design acknowledges the traditional owners of this land, the Bunurong / Boonwurrung people and pay respects to their elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in our community today.
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land and water on which we rely. We acknowledge and respect that Aboriginal communities are steeped in traditions and customs built on a disciplined social and cultural order that has sustained 60,000 years of existence. We acknowledge the significant disruptions to social and cultural order and the ongoing hurt caused by colonisation.
Inclusion Noun /ɪnˈkluːʒ(ə)n/
Empowering access to opportunity, addressing structural inequalities, tackling unconscious bias and developing inclusive organisations.
EQUITY ek-wi-tee, noun.
Just and fair inclusion.
An equitable society is one in which all can participate and prosper. The goals of equity must be to create conditions that allow all to reach their full potential. In short, equity creates a path from hope to change.
INTERSECTIONALITY /ɪntəsɛkʃəˈnalɪti/, noun
A theoretical approach that understands the interconnected nature of social categorisations – such as gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, language, religion, class, socioeconomic status, gender identity, ability or age – which create overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage for either an individual or group.
The way places are designed affects our ability to move, see, hear and communicate effectively.
Inclusive design is about designing places that everyone can use and aims to remove the barriers that may create undue effort and separation.
It enables everyone to participate equally, confidently and independently in everyday activities.