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.

The importance of real-time experiences with Woods Bagot’s Brittany Pearce

Brittany Pearce is a workplace interior designer at Woods Bagot and a Saturday Indesign 2019 Ambassador. We find out about how she is influenced by history and real-time experiences.

Shaping the narrative with Edition Office’s Kim Bridgland

“We see that when we design a new building, in any location, there is an opportunity for it to establish a dialogue with those pre-existing stories of that place.” We chat with Kim Bridgland of Edition Office ahead of Saturday Indesign.

Object-based learning and exhibition design with Jake Barton, Local Projects

Principal and founder of New York-based Local Projects speaks to Leanne Amodeo about creating memorable interactive exhibition experiences.

Design Flex with Foolscap Studio’s Jess Humpston

We chat with the Saturday Indesign 2019 Ambassador Jess Humpston about working between different scales, and a craft-driven approach to design.

Christian Mussati outside WonderGlass Orwell House. Photo by James Harris.

The art of light with WonderGlass

In 2013 Christian Mussati co-founded WonderGlass with his father Maurizio. The Italian handblown glass lighting company has become known for its bespoke craftsmanship and collaborative efforts with some of the architecture, design and art industry’s most globally revered names.

A case for following your curiosity with Tom Reid

After a bit of trial and error, Tom Reid found himself following his curiosity for design, which has led him down the road to where he is today – a senior designer at Melbourne’s DesignOffice.

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