Pre-order Indesign Magazine #85 to stay ahead on the products, design brands, thought-leaders and projects taking hospitality and retail design beyond 2021.
November 5th, 2021
Hospitality and retail are back, baby!
They’re authentic, they’re activated, they’re experiential: this issue we put the spotlight on design’s top retail and hospitality destinations. Indesign #85 foregrounds the products, design brands, thought-leaders and projects taking hospitality and retail design beyond 2021.
We 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.
“Hospitality and retail are among those industries which have really felt the brunt of prolonged lockdowns and social restrictions. But we don’t want to dwell on the hardships,” writes Indesign Magazine editor Alice Blackwood. Rather, this edition seeks out the revelations: lessons, insights and accomplishments – new design strategies to guide us forward.
In Indesign #85, we hear from Koichi Takada on plant based architecture and design. We host a round-table discussion with DesignOffice, Richards Stanisich, Worksmith and Right Angle Studio to put forward a pre-design services proposition. And Emily Wombwell of SJB shows us how retail is rewriting its future through sensitively designed mixed-use precincts.
This edition we’ve also got a new section (hint: once you get a copy, flip to page 174) which is all about process, rather than the finished product. We explore new best practice approaches to cross-cultural consultation with Australia’s First Nations People.
The magazine will also feature a first look into Russell & George’s newest project, Society, which is redefining what dining in Melbourne looks like.
Keep up to date with the latest and greatest from our industry BFF's!
Spain’s Kriskadecor offers architects and interior designers untold design possibilities with their chain link solutions – from space dividers to wall-coverings, ceiling flourishes and more.
CSM’s new Work Aisles range shows that smart storage can be more than just where you can keep personal items at the office, but also the key to enhanced connection and productivity.
Positioned at the junction of the Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale, the Coach House is an enchanting mix of old-world charm and modern details.
Neolith has established itself as a visionary among sintered stone specialists worldwide. What makes Neolith’s interior and exterior surfaces so exceptional? We’re about to find out.
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.
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
Architecture is reportedly a profession of stress. How can workplace culture alleviate the daily pressures that come with the job? Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia resets the priorities of his busy, award-winning firm.
With the help of Woods Bagot, the Goodman Group has moved to The Hayesbery, a new headquarters more fitting of its essence and sustainable commitments.
Sanya Farm Lab, designed by CLOU Architects, is an indoor-outdoor exhibition space, connected by a visually striking wooden grid.