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The United Nations wanted to raise awareness about domestic violence in the home. And given how many home improvement magazines are on the shelves, not only did we spot an opportunity but we realised that maybe we're more concerned with improving homes aesthetically rather than emotionally. 

 
 
Staircase The copy reads: This page: The floating oak staircase creates a spacious feel. Roger’s pregnant wife broke her right arm, fractured her scull and miscarried after he threw her down them. The staircase accentuates the height of the living and entertaining area. 23% of Australian women suffer domestic abuse. We need some serious home improvement. Visit unifem.org.au and help stop the violence.

Staircase

Copy reads: This page: The floating oak staircase creates a spacious feel. Roger’s pregnant wife broke her right arm, fractured her scull and miscarried after he threw her down them. The staircase accentuates the height of the living and entertaining area. 23% of Australian women suffer domestic abuse. We need some serious home improvement. Visit unifem.org.au and help stop the violence. 

Bathroom

Copy reads: This page:The Mosaic tiles enhance the contemporary bathroom fixtures. This is where Steve beat his wife. The doctor said it was the worst bruising he’d ever seen in his 16 years of practice. Recessed alcoves maximise space. 23% of Australian women suffer domestic abuse. We need some serious home improvement. Visit unifem.org.au and help stop the violence. 

Bedroom

Copy reads: 
This page:Bedside cabinetry contains hidden drawers to keep clutter at bay. The bloodstains washed easily from the Egyptian cotton sheets after James brutally raped his wife. The coir matting carpet contrasts the clean white walls. 23% of Australian women suffer domestic abuse. We need some serious home improvement. Visit unifem.org.au and help stop the violence.