A professional resource for the design curious


There is so much design and architecture talent on our shores, have a read of our interviews with the leading creatives and provocative thinkers. These are the people who are shaping our cities, buildings, workplaces, hotels and cafés through incredible design.

5 minutes with Maddison Ryder, designer of Lettuce Eat

Proving that the next generation of designers have their eyes on solving some of the world’s most pressing issues – waste and plastic use among them – we spend five minutes with rising talent Maddison Ryder to hear more about her award-winning Lettuce Eat project.

The humble beginnings of HAY

Founded in 2002, Danish brand HAY has built a global cult following – we speak with co-founder Rolf Hay about the impetus behind starting a democratic design company.

Sevil Peach, photographed by Marcus Gaab.

Sevil Peach has changed our workplaces for the better

London-based designer Sevil Peach brought the concept of the home office to the world when she started designing office and showroom spaces for Vitra. She believes that companies and spaces alike must be always pitched for change.

Lee Broom in his Park Life exhibition in Sydney

The life and mind of Lee Broom

Furniture and lighting designer Lee Broom had an unexpected career path that eventually led him into the world of industrial design and business entrepreneurship.

(L-R) Nita Yuvaboon and Prow Puttorngul, founders of NITAPROW.

Bangkok-based practice NITAPROW is a class act

2019 INDE.Awards The Prodigy nominees NITAPROW chart the their progress from students at prestigious US architecture schools to one of the Indo-Pacific’s key practices to watch.

(L-R) Graham Charbonneau and Dave Bickmore, founders of studio -gram.

Studio -gram pushes design boundaries

There is a design studio in Adelaide that is quickly reshaping the entire design landscape of the city – meet studio -gram. And find out why the practice is one of our Prodigy nominees for the 2019 INDE.Awards

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