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Steve Leung Design Group curates an upscale ambience distinguished by Japanese design elements and thoughtful spatial plan that offers patrons utmost discretion.
Sophie Solomon of SSD Studio designs living spaces that evoke emotion and connection. She was drawn to the Luna Chair by King for its fine blend of contrasts and the power of this to touch the individual.
WilkinsonEyre has designed the new Compton and Edrich Stands at London’s Lord’s Cricket Ground, continuing a tradition of architectural excellence at the site.
Would-be competitors Wilkhahn and Teknion prove to be quite a team, streamlining the specification and procurement of innovative, sustainable commercial furniture.
IndesignLive sits down with BAR Studio’s Felicity Beck and newly appointed Madrid director Maria Garcia-Arribas to find out how an amalgamation of opportunities led to an international expansion at one of the most trying times in recent global history.
Returning to Australia after 12 years abroad, architecture-interior designer Christine McKanna-Farr is bringing designmilkstudio to the Hunter Valley.
Lockdown or not, the design industry has never been one to stand still. Here’s our latest intel re: who’s on the move, and what said movements mean in terms of who’s who.
The New York City Pavilion at this year’s London Design Biennale is a recreation of one of Studio Elsewhere’s powerful Recharge Rooms.
The shortlist of The Multi-Residential Building explores how we provide shelter and comfort in context with population density, climate and requirement.
A statement showroom in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD gave Sculptform the opportunity to truly showcase its handcrafted philosophy and design credibility.
Hatch RobertsDay’s Craig Christensen says universal and multigenerational housing are on the rise, but there is more work to be done to properly integrate the ageing population.