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Ola Moszumanska

Ola Moszumanska is a creative writer who seeks to bring a sense of synesthetic poetry into the world of architecture and design. Inquisitive and perceptive by nature, Ola takes great joy in writing evocative stories about the industry’s most captivating projects, creators and products, while her affinity for visual arts gives her craft a vivid and emotive quality. Through her multidisciplinary practice spanning linguistics, journalism, marketing and communications, Ola has produced a wonderfully diverse range of stories for clients and publications across architecture, design and construction, as well as real estate and hospitality. When she’s not writing, Ola doubles as a photographer, working with a number of businesses on the South Coast of NSW.

Stories

Enhancing the educational flow

Enhancing the educational flow

MLC Nicholas Learning Centre embraces the transient nature of the educational process with a custom fit-out from HOW. that centres on the students’ experience.

Exploring the outer bounds of imagination with Neolith

Exploring the outer bounds of imagination with Neolith

Whether it’s enhancing the sculptural volumes of the Cass Bay House, or creating a Piet Mondrian-like geometrical feature across the Pegasus Bay’s Esplanade Home, Neolith helps Massimiliano Capocaccia Architecture Studio augment the imaginative language of these coastal dwellings.

“Timeless and ephemeral” – Caroma’s latest basins collection

“Timeless and ephemeral” – Caroma’s latest basins collection

Luke Di Michiel, designer of Caroma’s new Liano II Colour Basins Collection, discusses the benefits of local design and manufacturing, and why high-level customisation is the future of bathroom design.

A playful spin on a classic swivel

A playful spin on a classic swivel

Herman Miller’s new performance chair is a joyful fusion of mid-century modern aesthetic, contemporary ergonomics – and a layered palette of colours and textures that will turn any space into a creative playground.

Unequivocally Markian

Unequivocally Markian

While Ferdinand, Florence and Dieter may be named after acclaimed architects and designers, the distinguishable features defining each one of these three pieces make them unambiguously, decidedly and confidently Markian.

Wellness takes the front seat with Stylecraft and Haworth

Wellness takes the front seat with Stylecraft and Haworth

Celebrating the shifting nature of work and the timeless notion of wellness, Stylecraft and Haworth partnership is enhanced by an introduction of the official stock program of innovative workplace furniture with short lead times.

View from the floor: The secret to making memorable hospitality spaces

View from the floor: The secret to making memorable hospitality spaces

The most memorable of hospitality spaces – and it all starts with the flooring. We review the interiors of CAON and ACME’s Margaret restaurant, and DesignNu’s Rydges hotel in the Gold Coast Airport.

You set the rhythm for your working day: the OE1 mission

You set the rhythm for your working day: the OE1 mission

Here’s an innovative furniture collection that is focused on empowering the people who use it. From individuals to teams, to designers – OE1 from Herman Miller puts the emphasis on finding your rhythm in today’s hyper fluid work-life.

Current workplace insights from Grimshaw, Warren and Mahoney, and Elenberg Fraser

Current workplace insights from Grimshaw, Warren and Mahoney, and Elenberg Fraser

From the correlation between the way we learn and our working preferences and the death of ‘corporate starships’, to the all-important sense of temporary ownership in an environment of constant change – in the second part of “The Future of Work” we explore further shifts that define the evolution of the workplace.

Know your fibre: An expert guide to conscious flooring

Know your fibre: An expert guide to conscious flooring

Aptly named Bloom, FYBER’s new carpet and rug product enables designers to bring their creative vision to life – and help the planet flourish at the same time. FYBER breaks it down for us here.

5 mins with Sebastian Herkner and Blume

5 mins with Sebastian Herkner and Blume

In this intimate chat with Sebastian Herkner, German designer of international renown, we learn about his love for camping, the craftsmanship essential to his work, and his Blume collection for Pedrali.

The Byne System: Flexible workplace specification made easy

The Byne System: Flexible workplace specification made easy

Herman Miller, the unquestionable leader in workplace design, once again brings the signature fusion of their research capability and insightful design ethos to the (work) table with a new, all-in-one system developed to make creating agile environments easy.

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