Drawing the inaugural edition of the Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest to a close, we’re thrilled to announce the competition’s very first winners.
We sit down with Astro Lighting’s Cofounder and Design Director, James Bassant, to talk about the design philosophy fuelling the international success of the brand, the importance of being accessible – and why Astro never aspired to be achingly cool.
With the re-release of their most acclaimed performance chair, Herman Miller boosts Aeron’s sustainability credentials – and proves that perfection can, in fact, be improved upon.
In celebrating the rich visual storytelling of Indigenous artists through a carefully curated selection of captivating designs for textiles and wallpapers, Willie Weston brings the artistry of First Nations people into commercial and residential interiors across the country.
In the post-pandemic reality, the tiny air molecules are just as important as ergonomic furniture in fostering a workplace that prioritises wellbeing.
Herman Miller’s sit-to-stand desk has been redesigned to respond to change in the post-pandemic workplace – be it a transition between different working styles, accommodating individual working habits or switching between body positions.
We sit down with multidisciplinary designer Patrick Jouin to talk about the appeal of blurred lines, the importance of sensuality – and why designing chairs is very much like writing music.
One of Australia’s leaders in edge banding and decorative surfaces launches a new website that perfectly reflects the brand’s unique blend of German technology and local expertise.
Looking to continue your professional development? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to harness the power of lighting in a range of design applications. Places are filling fast!
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.
As organisations adapt the hybrid strategy in the bid to best prepare for the post-pandemic future, we look at how a focus on inclusivity and equality of experience influences the role of the office – and how businesses can create adaptable spaces that foster collaboration, connection and concentration.
The way we work has evolved, creating a demand for an interactive workplace that honours the individual needs of employees through mobile and easily adaptable spatial solutions.
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