May 17th, 2010
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Didier studio celebrates the harmony of democratic design and understated utility with the Gunzel seating and table collection.
Putting their money where their perfectly painted mouth is, MECCA diverted almost 4 tonnes of furniture from landfill during the recent renovation of its headquarters with the help of Living Edge’s Relive program.
The new terminal interiors at the Hamilton Kirikiriroa Airport celebrate the beauty to be found in transition and a connection to the local identity of New Zealand.
For Living Edge, B-Corp certification was the next appropriate step in a long journey focused on building a truly sustainable and socially responsible business. In 2023 they achieved certification at their first pass, giving customers a new level of environmental assurance and the company an important milestone to celebrate across two decades of staff-led, sector-leading sustainability practices.
Inviting five outstanding design studios from New South Wales to respond to the issue of sustainability in contemporary design practice, STATE. RESPOND opened last Friday at Object Gallery.
The International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI) announces World Interiors Day 2014 theme “Design Matters”, to take place Saturday, May 31, 2014
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Ross Gardam wasn’t always intent on being an award winning furniture and lighting designer. However after his win at INDE.Awards this year, taking home The Object trophy for his Méne light, we’d say his destiny is pretty clear.
In this comment piece by Lin (Leo) Meng, computational design lead at HDR, we hear about the interface of data and design.
Woods Bagot has breathed new life into Sydney’s historic Transport House, fashioning it into a dynamic workplace complete with its very own bar.
Design Shop presents an inventive workspace for Ubisoft. Located in the Historic Exchange District of Winnipeg, this workspace amalgamates historical charm, local narrative and modern design elements to reimagine office design.