All the action from Brisbane Indesign 2012 on 25 and 26 May 2012, in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.
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Studio Prineas’ Fisherman’s House and its theatrical kitchen sets a backdrop for life, with utterly unique design details awarding it the top prize.
Marylou Cafaro’s first trendjournal sparked a powerful, decades-long movement in joinery designs and finishes which eventually saw Australian design develop its independence and characteristic style. Now, polytec offers all-new insights into the future of Australian design.
For Living Edge, B-Corp certification was the next appropriate step in a long journey focused on building a truly sustainable and socially responsible business. In 2023 they achieved certification at their first pass, giving customers a new level of environmental assurance and the company an important milestone to celebrate across two decades of staff-led, sector-leading sustainability practices.
Located in the heart of Sydney, with interiors by DS17, Nour is offering a new dining experience that channels the Middle East through light, design and cuisine.
Elana Castle discovers the work of South African designer Gregor Jenkin.
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‘(This is) Air’, designed by Nic Brunsdon in collaboration with ENESS, focuses on the ever-present but often overlooked element of air.
Kate Stokes of Coco Flip recently launched the Bellini collection, a series of seats that responds to a gap in the market for comfortable bench seating. It feels both laid back and luxe.
This year, the Image Makers Association of Australia has expanded its offering with three exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.