How is the horizontal plane rising up to meet complex needs within health, wellbeing and sustainability? We discuss colour, texture, environmental credentials and the influence of materiality on the wellbeing with four globally leading carpet manufacturers.
How can lighting design help us create human workspaces and harmonise spatial functionality? Willow Aliento reports.
Tappeti has teamed up with artist Mika Utzon Popov to create a bespoke rug that speaks to the head and the heart. Here, Mika shares the story behind the piece.
In delivering the new Docklands head office for global tech giant Infosys, Siren Design has delivered nimble, cloud-enabled agile workspaces, human comfort, environmental responsibility, and some local flavour to boot.
‘Sense of place’ makes a workplace feel uniquely welcoming and familiar. In its fit-out for Boston Consulting Group, Bates Smart with Schiavello conjure a ‘home away from home’ for its mobile workforce.
Interior artistry is more than imagining the forms and colours of space. Tappeti, through its bespoke carpet and rug designs, brings a harmonious and distinctive impression to interior environment.
While form, finish and function give body to a furniture piece, the ethics of its design and manufacture give it backbone. King’s global head of product, David Hardwick, along with two of the industry’s most respected designers, unpack the ethics of good design.
The Studio* Collaborative’s Melinda Huuk and King’s global head of product, David Hardwick, discuss the role of good design in bridging the gap between home and work settings.
The Studio* Collaborative’s Melinda Huuk sums it up perfectly when she says, we can rationalise beauty to ourselves but it “needs to be underpinned by purpose and responsibility”. She highlights the Fleur Sofa by King for its responsible manufacture – a quality that takes its beauty beyond skin-deep.
Tappeti’s new ORA range captures the aesthetic essence of otherworldly, immersive experiences in its handwoven art rugs. The result? A shortcut to evoke a sensory response in your projects.
Sophie Solomon of SSD Studio designs living spaces that evoke emotion and connection. She was drawn to the Luna Chair by King for its fine blend of contrasts and the power of this to touch the individual.
King recently teamed up with three Sydney designers of note, to explore the deep connections they hold to particular furniture pieces. In this first instalment, Tom Mark Henry’s Jade Nottage contemplates meaningful moments and lasting legacies with the Issho Dining Table.