February 18th, 2010
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Channelling the enchanting ambience of the Caffè Greco in Rome, Budapest’s historic Gerbeaud, and Grossi Florentino in Melbourne, Ross Didier’s new collection evokes the designer’s affinity for café experience, while delivering refined seating for contemporary hospitality interiors.
Herman Miller expands its flagship workplace range with new products designed to enhance productivity – and the delight of working anywhere, in any way.
Updated with a new tri-layer oak construction and refreshed colour palette, GH Commercial’s Chateau Oak engineered timber by Godfrey Hirst provides architects and designers with a flooring solution that combines sustainability, beauty and stability.
If you missed any of the showrooms and their installations at SiD, it’s not too late. Get on in to all the showrooms, where most are still celebrating with displays, The Project installations and all the new products. It’s also a great opportunity to check out the products you may have missed and have one-on-one […]
Australia is now committed to carbon reductions! With lighting representing 20% of power consumption in this country, the opportunity to reduce power usage through lighting is of critical importance to our future.
Swiss-trained, Australian-born and based designer and UTS lecturer, Stefan Lie, continues to wow the world with his ’Ribs’.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
The versatility of the new range of Wolf Convection Steam Ovens is unmatched, not just in terms of cooking but also in design.
The Vietnamese architect discusses insatiable construction markets and dwindling urban ecologies. For the latter, he recommends bamboo; for the former, meditation.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery is launching a major publication – ‘Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery: The First 40 Years – alongside a corresponding exhibition.
With its stunning outlooks over Lake Burley Griffin, the new ANU Research School of Physics building, designed by Hassell, was an opportunity to embed wellbeing features as a primary element of the aesthetic. There is a clear alignment between the building blocks of the discipline – light, energy, matter and the interconnections between objects and […]