Sara Yael is a highly prolific and passionate designer committed to creating full sensory experiences.
She works with theatre-makers, events curators, interior design firms and photographers to realise breathtaking visions.
Since completing a Degree in Interior Design at RMIT she has had the pleasure on working with Danielle Brustman on ‘The Common Rooms’ (Trades Hall) and with Architecture firm ZWEI on a zero-waste pavilion ‘Citizen” for Melbourne Design Week.
Sara has a holistic and human-centric focused approach to her designs, taking cues from nature and using biophilic design to inform her practice.
Sara’s vision is to elevate humanity through design.
Nest House is a home away from home.
A retreat. A place to relax + rejuvenate.
The Nest House takes inspiration from the flora+ fauna of Royal Park-fusing together burnt oranges, dusty pinks, translucent greens and soft cloudy whites to create a timeless and meditative setting.
Using biophilic principles and Zen philosophy, Nest House uses design to bring nurture and wellbeing to its inhabitants.