Continuing our review of Saturday in Design over the years, this week we look back to the colour and character of Melbourne SiD events
March 12th, 2013
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A reminder that the kitchen really is the heart of the home, the winners of the 2023 Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest each let design shine.
Explore the captivating realm of molo, the world-renowned design studio led by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. molo’s acclaimed soft collection celebrates a unique fusion of art, design, and architecture and – crucially – sustainability.
Didier studio celebrates the harmony of democratic design and understated utility with the Gunzel seating and table collection.
When designing surface solutions for education facilities, safety needs to be paramount, but style can’t be forgotten either.
On Wednesday night, Veuve Clicquot celebrated the launch of their first international design competition the ‘Re-Creation Awards’ with 150 ‘Priority Mail’ guests including Adam Goodrum, Louise Olsen, Eva Galambos, Rebecca Valance, Marnie Skillings, Ann Shoebridge, Kelvin Ho, Terry Kaljo and Eleanor Pendleton.
Having recently acquired a local distributor and Sydney office space, British metal ceilings manufacturer SAS International is consolidating its position in the Australian market. We caught up with Marketing Director Andrew Jackson on his recent visit to hear more about the company’s plans.
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More relevant than ever, biophilia has become a centrepiece of education design. Speaking with Lyons, ThomsonAdsett, Capral, Krause and more, we gain insight into the best products and smartest approaches dissolving the boundaries between inside and out.
Following notable careers at Geyer and GroupGSA, Peter McCamley is striking out with Pablo Albani to form Studio P3, an interdisciplinary studio focused on driving business and interior design solutions.
Urban renewal which opens a dialogue from the past to the present; Melbourne’s Western CBD is on track for complete revitalisation.