November 1st, 2007
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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.
Bidding farewell to mundane and uninspired office spaces, colour has transformed our workplaces into layered and engaging environments. So we sit down with Karina Simpson, Hot Black’s Workplace Lead, to talk about the influence colour has on the workspace landscape through the prism of Herman Miller’s progressive colour philosophy.
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.
As questions around the meaning of a 9-to-5 workplace continue to arise, Charter Hall and Cox look towards technology and wellbeing for the solution.
It was all hats and heels for Zenith Sydney’s annual Melbourne Cup celebration at Cafe Sydney this year. The warm weather did not prevent guests from enjoying an action packed day of eating, drinking and prizes!!
Confusion surrounding sustainability, certifications and best practice is increasing exponentially. Here, we cut through the confusion and set the story straight.
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The upcoming Blak Design Matters forum in Melbourne will explore First Nations design with panel discussions on ownership of identity, cultural appropriation and misappropriation more.
In our third and final instalment on the Excellence line we find out how V-ZUG’s design team pushed the company’s established reputation for timeless aesthetics and the longevity of its products to the next level through innovation and inspiration.
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?