On Wednesday 1 September The Olsen celebrated the opening of Steer Bar & Grill, a new eatery specialising in South American cuisine housed in the Art Series boutique Hotel. Dasch Associates created the inspiring interior design and Melbourne’s social scene came to check out the latest hotspot.
September 7th, 2010
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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.
Didier studio celebrates the harmony of democratic design and understated utility with the Gunzel seating and table collection.
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.
Explore the captivating realm of molo, the world-renowned design studio led by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. molo’s acclaimed soft collection celebrates a unique fusion of art, design, and architecture and – crucially – sustainability.
Health & Aged Care specialist, InterfaceFLOR, launches a new flooring palette inspired by nature and biophilia, designed to promote wellness and improve patient recovery times.
TCW reopened its doors for the first time since the completion of its newly expanded Sydney showroom and welcomed more than 800 visitors from Australia’s architect and design community for three days of new products, events, and art installations.
Thursday 20 August saw Designer Rugs launch their latest designer rug collection with interior designer Greg Natale at their Eastern Suburbs showroom.
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Sustainability Summit’s session explores the shift in homeowner and builder aspirations beyond the mandated 6-star energy rating.
Health precincts are complicated, multi-dimensional places to develop, design, deliver and operate, writes Hassell’s Ben Rees. So, “how do we balance commercial imperatives with the need to foster connection, community and wellbeing?”
Australian artist Marion Borgelt’s work can be found in some of Australia’s most notable commercial buildings – from 123 Pitt Street, Sydney, to Tower One, Barangaroo and Perth’s Crown Towers. Gillian Serisier steps us through her latest exhibition of work.