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Welcome to our Wellington Studio, GEN3 from Sixty Six. Here, every detail embodies the spirit of who we are and what we strive to achieve. We’re excited to have you as part of our journey.

Do More Good

In 1966, our founder, David Brodie , started this business with a simple goal: to help people create beautiful and functional interiors. But his wife, Valerie , was partially blind, and she inspired him to do more. He wanted to make sure that everyone, regardless of their sight, could enjoy the beauty of their surroundings.

That's why braille has always been a key part of our story. We believe that everyone deserves to have a office that they love, and we're committed to making that happen. Braille is tactle, and is read by feel- we believe your space has a massive impact on how you feel and our Braille wall adds to the feel of the office.  We're constantly innovating and finding new ways to make our products more accessible. We're also working to educate the public about the importance of accessibility, and we're partnering with organizations that are working to make the world a more inclusive place.

We believe that "do more good" means making the world a more accessible place for everyone. And we're committed to doing our part to make that happen.

The Braille Wall in our small meeting room is a reminder of our commitment to accessibility. It's also a tribute to Valerie Brodie , who inspired us to do more good. The wall is made up of raised dots, which communicate the message “do more good” 

It's a beautiful and tactile work of art, and it's also a powerful symbol of our belief that everyone deserves to have access to information and communication. We hope that the Braille Wall will inspire others to follow in our footsteps and make the world a more accessible place.

Studio DB: Te moana Huringa

Artist: Te Koha Clarke
The Narrative: This painting is a representation of Studio DB’s journey, it’s connection to the past and openness to the future

The Experience: The blue colour choice is a reference to the sea, that is both calm and powerful and hopes to evoke a feeling of serenity in the viewer.

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