Interiors, fashion, styling and the launch of a Bachelor of Design
November 16th, 2007
The Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia, held this year’s annual graduate exhibition and Parade at Paddington Town Hall, Sydney, to great success on Monday the 13th November.
The evening involved an interior and styling exhibition, followed by the ever-anticipated fashion parade – many year a launch pad for future Australian design success.
The exhibition showcased only a small selection of furniture, with two outstanding pieces on display creating a buzz. Student Jasmin Kelly’s paired modern and classic styles with her ‘Sunlounge’ (pictured), and a furniture piece assembled out of vintage forks, by student Michelle Klisowsky, attracted much interest.
Whitehouse also used the evening as the launch event for their new Bachelor of Design degree program.
Whitehouse Institute of Design
A searchable and comprehensive guide for specifying leading products and their suppliers
Keep up to date with the latest and greatest from our industry BFF's!
Australia’s leading producer of solid-engineered oak flooring has recently launched a new suite of innovative resources to support creativity and ambition in the architecture and design community.
In the bid to balance the desire to live amongst nature with the modest footprint of today’s homes, designer Victoria Azadinho Bocconi looks for inspiration in the depths of the Amazon jungle.
The workplace has changed – and it will continue to evolve. With dynamism at the heart of clients’ requirements, architects and designers at leading practices such as Elenberg Fraser are using and recommending Herman Miller’s OE1 products for the future workplace.
Louis Poulsen acknowledges Arne Jacobsen’s influence on the international design industry and his contribution to bringing simple, functional and distinctive lighting design to the modern interior as it expands the iconic AJ Family further.
De Castelli’s Tracing Identity presentation in Milan shows seven impeccably crafted metal products by female designers in a bid to dispel any myth that metal is cold and unengaging
Australian furniture brand, Tait transports you to a dreamy outdoor getaway with the new and refreshing colour palette of Embrace.
The ‘workplace revolution’ began in the late 20th century, except that from today’s perspective it looks more like an evolution than revolution. As the latest issue of Indesign magazine finds its way into your hot little hands, Paul McGillick shares highlights and reflections.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
The recent signing of free-trade deals in the UK and Australia signals major shakeups for design, architecture, engineering and construction in two hemispheres. Is this a positive sign for local creative sectors or global reputations?
As publicans, ARK Group understood the role of the country or corner pub and its value within a township. Working with Woods Bagot, a new venue has found life in the building’s heritage.
The humble stacking chair receives a contemporary facelift with the new Aula chair by Wilkhahn.