In an era of fleeting enticements, Indesign Luminary and INDE.Awards 2022 Luminary recipient, Meryl Hare, engenders empathy, elegance and grace through her luxurious and cohesive designs.
The ‘Education Outlook’ issue of Indesign magazine is now on sale! Explore new landscapes for learning, and read our top 10 education design articles.
Indesign magazine’s ‘State of Wellbeing’ issue is now on sale. Editor Alice Blackwood shares the very human-led highlights that are enlivening conversations around healthcare and wellbeing in design.
Raise the topic of hospitality and retail and your mind instantly jumps to far-out fit-outs and awe-inspiring interiors. But before you even reach that finished product, there are many moving parts to negotiate first.
Carpet tiles are increasingly popular for commercial spaces, thanks to new manufacturing technologies and the benefits they offer when compared to broadloom carpets.
When the time came for Growth Australia to redesign its own new headquarters, Milliken, and its modular carpeting, were there to lend a hand.
The Stella Collective’s grand lobby for property group Memocorp takes an understated approach to dismantling corporate design norms.
Laying dormant since 1996, the extensive restoration of the State Buildings, overseen by Kerry Hill Architects, has paved the way for Perth’s most luxurious hotel.
Over four generations, the Schärer family has built USM into a globally recognised brand, celebrated for its unique fusion of ingenuity, minimalism and flexibility.
A full directory of the contact information for every company referred to in the project dissections of Indesign Magazine #63.