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Client briefs driving you mad? Whether they’re abstract, detailed, or, as in the case of this project, non-existent – focusing on the client instead and designing to their needs is a recipe for success.
Here’s how New Zealand based architect Rufus Alexander Knight created a retail concept for an genre defying, Instagram sensation womenswear label.
The Sydney Opera House has unveiled designs for an impressive renewal project by ARM architecture. While an upgrade might be long overdue, are we overlooking the bigger picture?
The hottest style child to hit the Melbourne street scene is Collingwood. So what happened when MID took over?
This year at Melbourne Indesign we revisited our seminar series WorkLife – sponsored by Scandinavian Business Seating and Herman Miller. Here’s what we learned.
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The ThinkLab’s Wedge Thought Board by Luxxbox is turning the traditional workplace whiteboard on its head.
AJAR’s latest Cirio Chandelier brings the romance and mystery of Moorish design to Australia.
Meet P4, the design house formerly known as Chairbiz.
Interface’s inspired installation The Art of Transformation was a highlight at Melbourne Indesign this year – buoyed around the idea of the art of city transformation, and Interface’s ethos, that from something negative can come something positive.
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A new collection of of outdoor furniture designed by Paris based Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for HAY.
The Corian Charging Surface has finally freed us from the tyrannical side of technology: the charger. With the re-release of this popular product, the modern smart home and workplace can now be efficient and attractive.
The latest release from Instyle is a luxurious collection that embraces the past, reinterpreting traditional arts and techniques for the modern day.
Sustainable Living Fabrics’ ongoing commitment to the design community has proven that toughness comes in every colour of the rainbow.
Staron Solid Surfaces is being used locally and internationally by renowned designers and architects. They unite ultimate functionality with contemporary aesthetics.
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JEB hosted a party to officially launch their new HK digs.
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Whether you are a striving business or a start up, this talk will inspire you to re-design your business in an increasingly disrupted market.
While it’s often filled with young city dwellers, Richmond is no new kid on the design block. There was a whole lot happening here during MID – a truly rich design experience.
Melbourne Indesign 2016 was divided into three distinct design precincts. Here’s what went down in the heart of the city.
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On Thursday 11 August team Indesign threw a bash to properly launch Melbourne Indesign 2016, and to celebrate the redesign and relaunch of the all new Indesign Magazine.
Was this the party to end all parties, or at very least – the party of the year?
Back when activity-based working was still a novelty in Australia, Schiavello launched a new agile desking system that suggested a whole new way of working.
Workshopped has opened its new showroom in Sydney’s emerging Rosebery design precinct, as the new home to exhibit, manufacture, and sell Australian design products.
After a jam-packed few days of design excitement, we look back on the weekend that was Melbourne Indesign.
Iconic Australian designer Grant Featherston has kicked off a new era of furniture designs, unveiling a new range at the gala launch of Featherston 2016.
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