A year in review: Melbourne-based industrial designer, Ross Gardam talks to us about his most recent collections and what the future has in store in this edition of the Indesign Edit.
November 4th, 2020
Throughout his career, Gardam has developed a deep fascination with the layered experiences that exist between object and self. Combined with his unique sense of place and outlook on local craftsmanship, every collection under the Gardam brand is designed to create unique experiences within the everyday.
This past year, we’ve seen the launches of Place, Ceto, Breeze and most recently, Arbour. Every product in these four collections are a result of Gardam’s passion for learning, growth and refinement over the years – bringing some of the brand’s biggest projects to date. Hand-crafted and manufactured in Melbourne, Gardam developed each one with the finest Australian materials, elevated by expert engineering.
With this year coming to a close, Gardam brings a sense of excitement and growth into the new year. From ideation to realisation and everything in-between, Gardam continues to dream, innovate and pursue bigger and better ways to enrich our daily lifestyles through great design.
The Indesign Edit offers a unique perspective on some of the best brands and products across our region. Here, we take a look at the famed works of Ross Gardam and their exceptional attention to detail in craftsmanship and local manufacturing.
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