Subscribe to Indesign Magazine #85 and tell us what your favourite design style is and why for your chance to win a Markian rug worth $4000.
November 8th, 2021
If you’re a lover of Indesign then why not treat yourself, your colleagues, or someone special to an Indesign Magazine subscription.
Not only will you receive an issue quarterly for one, two or three years, but if you tell us about your favourite design style, you’ll go in the draw to win an Eileen Rug from Markian.
Soft, yet durable, Eileen is crafted from tretford Mongolian cashmere goat hair. The rug is inspired by traditional scalloped lace, with playful curved edging that is fun and bold, bringing a dash of eccentricity to your space.
Taking inspiration from the Vieria range – Vieria being Spanish for scallop – the scalloped edge of the rug is fast becoming an iconic Markian motif.
The rug can be customised to suit any space with a choice of Markian’s nine colourways that are designed to enliven spaces. We’re particularly fond of Baja, a warm salmon, pale pink, beige and deep cherry combination.
Markian’s titular founders Mark and Ian began the company as a joint venture between their two families. Combining authentic relationships and professional excellence with a reputation for durability, sustainability and beguiling design, Markian is synonymous with quality.
“We don’t compromise on production methods or the cost of raw materials when it comes to producing a quality product. We also don’t believe it should cost the earth,” says Markian.
Indesign #85 is landing soon. If you subscribe now, you’ll be among the first to see this issue, which will explore design’s top retail and hospitality destinations across the Indo-Pacific. Indesign #85 foregrounds the products, design brands, thought-leaders and projects taking hospitality and retail design beyond 2021.
Indesign #85 will celebrate the spaces – indeed, destinations – we’ve missed the most during a year of scaled-back socialising and distanced interactions. We speak with the designers who are upping the ante and bringing fresh perspective to hospitality and retail environments in 2021.
Keen to see some snippets from issue #84? Check out Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf Renewal project, or read about adaptability in minimal and maximal education design.
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