July 27th, 2009
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With the help of Buro’s range of soundproof pods and ergonomic chairs, private offices are evolving into spaces that balance privacy with the need for collaboration and flexibility.
Marylou Cafaro’s first trendjournal sparked a powerful, decades-long movement in joinery designs and finishes which eventually saw Australian design develop its independence and characteristic style. Now, polytec offers all-new insights into the future of Australian design.
Herman Miller expands its flagship workplace range with new products designed to enhance productivity – and the delight of working anywhere, in any way.
How are we using commercial spaces in 2021 and beyond? Where does the value of commercial space lie for building owners, property and facility managers, designers and the end user? We survey the global currents influences the evolution of commercial space across the region
Sean Dix’s latest collection is inspired by vintage furniture from the 1950s and 1960s.
Every sofa opens up a space in front of it. Living Landscape uses the space in all directions.” EOOS EOOS have designed Living Landscape to respond to the room in which it stands. By placing the sofa in relation to the important axes of communication and vision within the living room, the perspectives of those […]
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New seven-storey glazed office tower meets single-storey red brick heritage warehouse at Encore Cremorne.
In a veritable feast of recycled material, modular efficiency and functional flexibility, Studio Edwards has designed a zero-waste workplace for Today Design.
JUJURWORK has created a stellar destination to meet, drink and eat. Through adaptive reuse, this heritage venue has once more come to life in a fashionable and timeless design.