March 31st, 2009
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Spain’s Kriskadecor offers architects and interior designers untold design possibilities with their chain link solutions – from space dividers to wall-coverings, ceiling flourishes and more.
The designer and managing director of Toscot, Colin Patrick Dinley, talks to us about the artisanal appeal of Tuscany, how the brand merges traditional craft and innovation – and why they make lamps, not plates.
We’re on a tight deadline to improve our carbon-crunching consumerist habits. Furniture by Design with The Footprint Company has developed a Carbon Calculator that helps us choose products that reduce our projects’ carbon footprints.
Sydney Coliseum Theatre by COX is a dazzling and grandiose space, reflective of both its name and the theatrics it hosts.
The newly refurbished Yeahka office conceived by JSPA Design features a stripped away aesthetic that emphasises transparency – fit for a company that specialises in payment.
As a precursor to a more in-depth article in the next issue of Indesign, Jan Henderson ventured to Shepparton to discover SAM and enjoyed every moment.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
The designers of physical retail and hospitality experiences are well aware that the digital presence of a project has rapidly grown in importance. With this evolution has come almost an entirely new understanding of how the physical and digital interact.
Referencing both its pine tree namesake and the local surf culture, Koichi Takada Architect’s Norfolk is a 9 level apartment on the Burleigh Heads waterfront.
Brisbane architecture firm JDA Co. have completed a moody, intimate and sophisticated refurbishment of a 19th Century theatre in inner-city Woollongabba.