From the pages of Indesign #16 (c.2004), this reissued Luminary profile honours the life and legacy of the late Australian architect/designer, Michael Bryce.
Australia has produced some fine ceramicists, but none has achieved the international prominence of Pip Drysdale, which makes her an Indesign Luminary alumni.
We dive into the Indesign archives and reflect on the life and work of Indesign Luminary Bruce Rickard (1929-2010).
The pioneering work of designer, Johannes Kuhnen, has had a considerable influence on craft-based design in Australia.
Collaborations with iconic brands and recognition by international museums have confirmed Adam Goodrum’s reputation as a truly world-class designer. Here we recount his career in an exclusive interview with Indesign.
It’s with sadness that Indesign has heard of the passing of Janne Faulkner – a true pioneer of design in Australia. Here we republish the Indesign Luminary feature from issue #57 of Indesign.
Expatriate Czech, Vladimir ‘Tom’ Sitta, has changed the way people think about landscape design in Sydney.
Charles Wilson‘s career as a successful and innovative furniture and industrial designer has had a seemingly unstoppable upward trajectory.
A meticulous and intuitive designer, Caroline Casey has a diverse range of outstanding products to her name.
Ken Cato has brought a new level of sophistication to Australian graphic design in a career spanning over forty years, which makes him an Indesign Luminary.
Mercurial seems too mild a word to describe David Trubridge who has changed the face of design in New Zealand.
Rosemary Kirkby has been described by an industry commentator as “a fearless, well-organised dynamo of a campaigner for better workplace design.” Kirkby has created internationally acclaimed and award-winning workplaces, which have revolutionised the thinking about work and workplaces and set completely new benchmarks.