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Established over 70 years ago in Melbourne, Australia; Elton Group is a supplier of high quality Interior Architectural Products. Central to each of our products and our criteria for selecting new products to join our portfolio, is a commitment to environmentally sustainable/worlds best practice sourcing and manufacturing methods.

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World furniture history lessons from 8 brands at Salone 2019

From Bond a villain’s favourite seat to timeless classics with updated and expanded finishes, here our pick of the best reissued pieces at Salone 2019.

3D Printing reaches new heights: COS X Mamou-Mani at Salone

Fashion brand COS presents an architectural installation by architect Arthur Mamou-Mani that’s made from renewable resources using 3D printing methods.

Tapping into your workplace’s potential with Zip

There is a product that when it’s added to a workplace, it brings higher levels of productivity all while helping to save the planet from plastic.

An architect of light

The founder and CEO of Occhio, Axel Meise, has long been a pioneer of lighting design as a way to enhance one’s way of living. At Euroluce 2019, the German brand unveiled new additions to the much-loved Mito family lighting series.

The matte black bathroom trend

The use of matte black bathroom accessories in the home is a trend that’s here to stay, serving as a way to create a sleek and versatile space in the home.

Introducing your 2019 INDE.Awards partners

As the INDE.Awards continues to be a true reflection of design and architecture from the Asia Pacific region – it is our partners, through their support, that show what the industry has to offer.

A new age of sustainable products as seen at Salone del Mobile

There’s a surprisingly sparse emphasis on sustainable products during the world’s biggest furniture-design week. We’ve been scouring the brand offerings in Milan for beacons of progress. Here are some we’ve found.

Tom Dixon’s unconventional showroom launches in Milan

“There is nothing dustier than a conventional lighting and furniture showroom,” says Tom Dixon. So at Milan Design Week 2019, he opens The Manzoni, a 100-pax restaurant that will be his permanent base in mainland Europe.

5 minutes with BIG-GAME at Salone

A ‘quiet’ design, a durable character and a solid working relationship contribute to the ongoing appeal of BIG-GAME’s Castor collection for Karimoku New Standard.

Get lit: The latest lighting products spotted at Euroluce

The Euroluce returns to the Salone del Mobile Milan. We round up the latest releases from the biggest to the smallest brands from around the world.

Ovens: back in black glass

Black glass. Even the term evokes a sense of style and minimalist beauty that is undeniable, and with Bosch this beauty is in the hands of the designer.

Using office furniture to inspire

Arper’s latest range of office furniture, available from Stylecraft, is a trio of collections that will inspire the best from employees and design lovers alike.

Design for survival or legacy?

The Triennale Milano’s current exhibition Broken Nature: Design Takes On Human Survival explores the concept of restorative design in the face of humanity’s severely compromised relationship with the natural environment.

WOWOWA creates a golden workplace

What happens when you mix an investment company with George Calombaris’ hospitality group? Monique Woodward of WOWOWA walks us through the golden columns and industrial interpretations that have tamed this challenging warehouse tenancy.

Design’s next wunderkind. Who are they?

They’re the innovators and the trend-setters, the brave-hearts of design who are breaking with tradition to spark new directions in creative practice. The torch is burning bright for these four design studios, nominated for The Prodigy in the INDE.Awards 2019.

Australian lighting designers in Milan

Aussie lighting designers showing in Milano

We may be on the other side of the world, but Australians are certainly an intrepid bunch. And this point is reiterated when looking at the amount of Aussie lighting designers showcasing their wares on the world stage at Salone del Mobile Milan 2019.

The finishing touches on Canterbury League Club

Canterbury League Club is all about escapism, so when Altis Architecture set about redesigning the venue, they knew everything needed a certain look, including the carpeting.

Affinity in Autonomy by SONY.

Milan preview: Our must-see installations at Fuorisalone 2019

It’s almost here… Next week is Milan Design Week! Keep your finger on the pulse with this selection of must-see installations at the Fuorisalone.

Who is your design hero? It’s time to vote

They’re the leading lights of the architecture and design profession. Luminaries in their own right, these individuals’ ongoing contributions have had, and will have, a lasting impact on their community and industry at large. Here we celebrate four living design icons, nominated as The Luminary in the INDE.Awards 2019.

Microsoft Place by Gensler

Creating an island: Microsoft Place by Gensler

In bringing 2000 Microsoft staff into a single location, Gensler has deconstructed the typical working model. Taking its client into unchartered territories, the design team envisaged a new working landscape that moves beyond the corporate norms to embrace ‘island’ life.

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Dissections

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Yancoal Sydney Workplace, by Hammond Studio

Encouraging the evolution of company culture is no mean feat, particularly when said company is in an industry as notoriously conservative as mining. Yet with their new Darling Park office for Yancoal, Hammond Studio managed to do just that.

University of Adelaide, by ARM Architecture

The dynamic upgrades ARM Architecture made across two buildings at the University of Adelaide are proof that creating effective learning environments is about more than providing practical outcomes for students.

Perth Children’s Hospital, by JCY, Cox, Billard Leece Partnership and HKS

How, as adults, do you design a hospital from a child’s perspective? That was the challenge given to the team behind Perth Children’s Hospital: JCY Architects and Urban Designers, Cox Architecture and Billard Leece Partnership (BLP), with HKS Inc.

Light Warrior, by WOWOWA

How to create a unified office space for two individual brands? WOWOWA explored this to bring structure and flair to a challenging warehouse tenancy.

Synergy, CSIRO by BVN

More a library than a workplace, the new CSIRO building in Canberra, designed by BVN, is deeply satisfying in a host of ways.

Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation Dissections by Crone Architects

An owner-occupier client with a program more diverse than most and a need for information sharing in a constantly evolving sector – led to an uplifting and pragmatic design outcome that supports healthcare professionals to ‘walk the walk.’

Naim by The Stella Collective

Designer Hana Hakim of The Stella Collective hopes the food and design at Middle Eastern café Naim will inspire curiosity and help bridge cultural divides.

Anchovy Bandit by Sans-Arc Studio. Photo by David Sievers.

Anchovy Bandit by Sans-Arc Studio

With its subtle art-deco aesthetic and nostalgic undertones, Anchovy Bandit could be the setting of many a memorable movie scene.

Chin Chin

“We connect with the Chin Chin customer through materiality. You would expect to see the chipboard substrate cladding in a twenty-something’s apartment. It’s raw and youthful and in that sense makes a relationship with the Chin Chin majority diner” says George Livissianis.

Ningaloo

The magical Ningaloo Reef experience in North-West Australia now has added dimension with the opening of a classy visitors centre.

Salamanca

The new Parliament Square development symbolises the current rejuvenation of Hobart and the Salamanca Building is the key.

Red Energy Melbourne

Pavilions, hubs, neighbourhoods, precincts and the like are fast becoming a popular staple in the agile workplace diet – but why? In their latest project for Red Energy Melbourne, iconic studio Carr sees the significance of these spaces as allowing users to claw back some personal ownership of their working environment.

Kingsleys

When Australian Venue Co approached SJB to renovate Kingsleys – a much-loved, highly regarded Woolloomooloo institution – they asked the practice’s Sydney-based team to design a new interior that personifies Hollywood ruggedness.

Mercedes Me Melbourne

When is a showroom not a showroom? Whenever Mercedes-Benz launches a new Me Store. Mercedes Me Melbourne inhabits a shell by Woods Bagot, as part of the Rialto Towers street level refurbishment.

Frankston Primary School by Chaulk

Frankston Primary School Early Learning Centre

Chaulk Studio has broken down the walls of traditional closed-off classrooms by creating interconnected and adaptable learning and play spaces for interaction and exploration.

Breezeblocks feature heavily in the design of Make Ventures HQ designed by Tecture

Make Ventures HQ by Tecture

Tecture has used humble and hardy breeze blocks and plywood to create a fresh, youthful interior with subtle references to Make Ventures’ brand identity.

Escala Sydney

If engaged at the beginning of a business lifecycle, designers can become so much more than the vessels of a new brand. In the case of Escala by Molecule, they have the opportunity to define it.

Hyundai Capital Convention Hall

Designed by Gensler, the Hyundai Capital Convention Hall in Seoul, South Korea has harnessed intelligent design strategies to achieve a distraction-free learning/training space for staff, a custom assembly space, a functions venue, a place for guest lectures and a great wow-factor for client showcasing and presentations.

Raft Studio

Secret rooms, killer art and a formidable piece of architecture – Raft Studio’s dramatically dynamic workspace by Edition Office makes a fitting headquarters for the avant-garde graphic design squad.

Chandon

Capturing the refined exuberance of an expertly poured glass of bubbly, Foolscap Studio’s sumptuously reimagined Domaine Chandon winery brings renewed effervescence to a well-loved Yarra Valley destination.


Indesign TV

Industry videos you need to watch

Flokk inspired great work at Orgatec 2018

Flokk is all about bringing together a collection of some of the best in European seating, and this attitude of inclusiveness goes even deeper.

Gavin Harris, futurespace at Wilkhahn x Orgatec.

WATCH: Wilkhahn x Orgatec 2018

From agile, to the latest tech advancements and a complementary design approach – hear from design leaders at Orgatec 2018 as they share workplace insights while on the Wilkhahn stand.

Barber & Osgerby in their studio.

At work with Barber & Osgerby at Orgatec 2018

Step inside the studio of Brit design darlings Barber & Osgerby as the pair opens about the future of work, sharing new pieces that challenge the modern function of an office. This is a little taste of what’s to come at Orgatec 2018.

Strategising for Success in a nutshell

Recorded during FRONT, this seminar brings together a band of experts to discuss the ways in which workplace strategy, and its consultants, can and should work more closely with clients and designers – all for a better outcome for the end user.

Arc by Crown Group, designed by Koichi Takada Architects.

What is the design ecosystem? We debated it at FRONT

In this FRONT seminar session, a medley of design and industry professionals talked about the shortening gap between and tighter-knit design ecosystem that is allowing for progressive built outcomes.

The Old Clare hotel, a highly awarded adaptive reuse project by TZG. Photo by Richard Glover.

If it ain’t broke… 5 ways to work with existing buildings, as told at FRONT

In the face of mounting pressure on designers to balance environmental and financial considerations, Todd Hammond of Hammond Studio chaired a session at the inaugural FRONT event on the true value of adaptive reuse.

Top 7 takeaways from Design Entrepreneurs at FRONT

Going out into solo practice and running a business is not something architects and designers get taught at uni. Creating a brains trust during the Design Entrepreneur seminar session at FRONT, these are the key takeaways for anyone looking to go out on their own.

Relive the INDE.Awards Gala 2018!

The official INDE.Awards 2018 Gala event video has been released! Relive the regional industry’s night of nights in Singapore, or catch up on what you missed.

Jury insights into the INDE.Awards 2018

Three of our regional judges reflect on the quality of the INDE.Awards 2018 submissions, and the significance of architecture and design produced in Asia Pacific.

Gessi brings home therapy to Salone del Mobile

Gessi, manufactured in a single location in Vercelli Italy, embodies Italian design and the aesthetic and quality values that come with that label. At International Design Week 2018, the brand brought home therapy to design.

Sights and sounds of EuroCucina 2018

With the EuroCucina at the Salone del Mobile Milan having just rolled around, Sub-Zero and Wolf offers up insight into new technologies in the kitchen and the extensive array of design possibilities.

Do you know the biggest risk factor you’re currently facing? You might be shocked

Employers and corporations are acknowledging the value of ergonomics and its direct impact on the health, wellbeing and productivity of their employees. So, what’s ahead?

Humanscale Ergonomic consulting

Learn from the best with Humanscale Consulting

Humanscale’s Ergonomic Consulting assists organisations with the development and implementation of cost-effective ergonomics programs. Here we discover their unique approach to improving wellbeing at work.

What’s the future of ergonomics? We ask the experts: Humanscale Ergonomic Consulting

As architecture and design becomes more attuned to the value of flexibility, ergonomics have come to the forefront of conversations about design. What does this mean for the ergonomics discipline moving forward?

economics of ergonomics

Working smarter AND harder: Humanscale Consulting proves the value of ergonomics to a business’ bottom line

How does ergonomics affect economics? Humanscale shows us how improved ergonomic behaviours can improve business performance and individual wellbeing.

Humanscale's secret to sitting

Is there a ‘secret’ to sitting? Do you know the latest ergonomic innovations? We ask the experts: Humanscale

Thanks to advances in technology and new working behaviours taking place across the world, the discipline of ergonomics continues to evolve. Here we talk to the ergonomic experts at Humanscale Consulting to find out how improved ergonomics is creating a new culture of best practice.

INDE Awards 2017 judges

Our INDE 2017 Judges Reflect on the Inaugural Awards

We hear from four of our judges as well as our trophy designer (Dinosaur Designs) about why the INDE.Awards carry so much value in APAC.

Here’s Why Humanscale STILL Rules The World Of Seating!

The visual simplicity of Humanscale’s chairs belies the state-of the-art technology that allows them to adjust to every user – hardly a knob or lever required!

2017 Was The Year Of The INDE.Awards : Share Our Journey

This year, the inaugural INDE.Awards celebrated the story of design in our region.

Indesign + Stylecraft Present : The Salone del Mobile 2017 Edit

Check out our official edit of Milan’s 2017 Salone Del Mobile, in collaboration with our friends at Stylecraft.