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The lights that could kill Corona

Brightgreen, a light company in Melbourne, claim ultraviolet lights they have engineered can combat the transmission of COVID-19. Can these lights really fry the virus? Or will they fry us instea

A Closeness In Distance

As March draws to a close and we begin a new month, Sue Davis talk with Simone Oliver, Principal and Sector Leader Interior Architecture at Architectus, about their transition to WFH and the future of their culture.

So That’s The End of the Co-Living Boom, Huh?

Shared living spaces looked like being the future of metropolitan living and working, and now they seem like human petri-dishes. So, what comes next?

Suiseki – lounges inspired by Japanese stones

Inspired by the Japanese rocks that bear their name, the Suiseki collection from laCividina find the beauty in spontaneous, harmonious lack of alignment.

The finishing touches on First Sentier Investors’ Barangaroo office

For First Sentier Investors’ new workplace in Barangaroo, the team were after an authentic and pared-back aesthetic, and thanks to Tongue n Groove, this was easily achieved.

Austaron Surfaces announces exclusive Australian Mario Romano Walls representation

The custom surface experts at Austaron have expanded their already impressive collection through a new partnership with California’s M.R. Walls.

The masculine charm of the Stanford collection

From Poliform and designer Jean-Marie Massaud comes the Stanford collection – a clean and clear chair range for discerning tastes and contemporary interior spaces.

Adding a splash of colour to the Upstream carpet collection

The sustainable and beautiful Upstream carpet collection from Carpets Inter has grown with the addition of EBB Wash, highlighting the benefits of this unique material.

Remembering Gabriel Poole: Regional Hero

It is with great regret that we report the passing of Gabriel Poole, a leader in Australia’s architecture community.

Coronavirus causes Australia’s home-improvement frenzy

Australia is in the midst of a home-improvement frenzy, with the number of people undertaking major home renovations hitting an all-time high.

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The Cloud: Foolscap’s new base reveals a distinctly collaborative spirit in the heart of Melbourne’s design community

After 10 years, multi-disciplinary design studio Foolscap Studio needed a change. After spending years in an office in the hubbub of Melbourne’s CBD, the team was long-ready to find a peaceful new home from which it could expand on its already impressive resume of projects.

Big things happening in tiny places

The tiny home movement in Geelong has received an extra push from a collaboration between Deaking University, Geelong company Formflow and Samaritan House that aims to achieve greater affordability for homeowners and people in need of transitional housing.

How designers created a jungle to feed children’s curiosity

In the middle of one of the world’s busiest cities, Beijing, renowned designers HIBINOSEKKEI+Youji no Shiro created a space that lets kindergarten aged children learn, explore and play.

How to wrangle space when you’re all locked down at home

We’re going to be asking a lot of our living spaces in the coming weeks, so how best to keep things ticking along with the family in close 24 hour quarters?

Announcing a change of date for Saturday Indesign!

In light of Covid-19 and putting our guest’s safety as our top priority we are moving Saturday Indesign to the exciting new date of August the 29th 2020.

From ‘Quantity And Scale’ to ‘Quality And Innovation’: Perspectives on China’s architecture and design

The Chinese development model is undergoing a process of re-examination, says INDE.Awards strategic partner Green-Blue International. The agency’s Founder Feng Gao shares perspectives on China’s architecture and design.

The striking form and comfort of the Pola Round collection

From Italy’s Crassevig comes the Pola Round seating collection – a beguiling simple range designed to impress and relax.

Jun Aoki: Giving a century-old museum a glass face lift

How can a historical building remain relevant for the next century? Architect Jun Aoki transforms a key Kyoto cultural site for contemporary relevance.

Put your design-thinking caps on for the Fountain of Hygiene

London-based experiential creatives, Bompas & Parr invite the world to participate in the design competition, Fountain of Hygiene, created to rethink the way we see, use and look at sanitisers.

Bates Smart’s $32m design of The Foundry

Bates Smart has designed The Foundry, its site located on 592-600 Smith Street in Clifton Hill, Melbourne for $32m.

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Want to know what made the spec’ schedule for all our featured projects?

Dissections: Winc, by Business Interiors

Winc is a workplace solutions company, standing as a market leader in office furnishings and supplies, and when it came time to refresh their own workplace they knew it would require a special touch. Here’s the products Business Interiors used in the company’s refreshed office fit-out.

Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct, from Warren and Mahoney

Designed to super-charge co-working and collaboration, Auckland’s Innovation Precinct extends into building number three, a six-storey purpose-built environment.

Agents of Spring, from Group GSA and artillery

What does workplace design look like when the work is play? Find out as GroupGSA and Agents of Spring collaborate on a fun-centric workplace for the modern age.

Elka Collective, from Aplin Creative

Aplin Creative’s visually compelling design for Australian fashion label Elka Collective’s first flagship store raises the subject of why independent brands are investing in bricks and mortar once again.

Cadogan Song School, from Palassis Architects

Recreating the exultant musical qualities of a cathedral in a crypt-like space underground is no simple task, but Palassis Architects accomplished that – and more – at the Cadogan Song School in Perth.

King Street Coworking Space, by Kennedy Nolan

Could your office headquarters double as a collective workspace? Kennedy Nolan’s vivid reimaging of 25 King Collective for Excelon Group brings modern functionality to an historic tenancy.

Caulfield Library Refurbishment, from John Wardle Architects

What are students’ expectations of academic libraries? This is a question John Wardle Architects tackled when renovating and expanding Monash University’s Caulfield Library.

Green Square Library and Plaza, from Stewart Hollenstein and Stewart Architecture

Designed by Stewart Hollenstein, in association with Stewart Architecture, Green Square Library is a vital community space facilitating lifelong learning and helping people connect in an emerging community.

Woodside, by Unispace

The same blue-sky thinking that underpins Woodside’s energy exploration, development delivery and supply business set the tone for its new global HQ in Perth, designed by Cox Architects and Unispace.

National Museum of Qatar Gift Shop and Children’s Gift Shop, by Koichi Takada Architects

Koichi Takada Architects’ interiors for the recently opened National Museum of Qatar include “the world’s most beautiful museum gift shop”

Camilla and Marc Bondi, by Akin Atelier

For Akin Atelier, the fit-out for the recently completed Westfield Bondi Junction store was especially significant because it’s a major shopping destination within the fashion designers’ hometown.

Denton Corker Marshall Studio

Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) is well known on the Melbourne and international architectural scene, and it was time for them to have a new home.

Microsoft Technology Centre, by Tom Mark Henry

How to make a global tech giant with a transient workforce feel at home? Find out with Sydney’s new Microsoft Technology Centre.

Ovolo The Valley, by Woods Bagot

Designed by Woods Bagot, a Fortitude Valley hotel has been reinvented, offering curious guests a uniquely artful experience.

David Jones and Country Road Group, by Gray Puksand

Six major Australian labels, two buildings, one unified workplace. Graydelviered David Jones and Country Road Group a stylish new Melbourne headquarters.

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.


Indesign TV

Industry videos you need to watch

Case in point: Interface’s work with Knight Frank and Real I.S. shows the impact of ReEntry

Consistently seeking out the boldest and most progressive ways to push a sustainable agenda, Interface’s ReEntry project with Knight Frank and Real I.S. goes above and beyond for a climate-smart future.

Watch the highlights from the INDE.Awards 2019!

With a glittering affair at the Melbourne Museum, the INDE.Awards 2019 showcased some of the outstanding talent from across the Indo-Pacific region – and we caught it on film!

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.

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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?

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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?

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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.

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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!