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Welcome to The Indesign Edit: Health Check. In this issue, we explore three of the best health and aged care projects and the outstanding products that contribute to achiever the overall design.
Welcome to the first edition of The Indesign Edit. In this issue, we focus on commercial projects and feature three of the best that workplace design has to offer.
An initiative years in the making, Women Indesign was officially launched on Thursday February 20th at Design Nation’s Redfern showroom.
We explore Plank’s enduring partnership with the German furniture designer and the designs that have emerged as a result.
Get the complete low-down from Design Nation of all the latest and greatest pieces to be shown at Salone del Mobile this year. Expect strong colours and forms and plenty of quirkiness in between.
As contract furniture company Cafe Culture + Insitu hits its 20-year mark, the brand announces a new identity and a new era of design – introducing Design Nation
Cafe Culture + Insitu will be back at this year’s event (Fri August 11 – Sat August 12) with a spectacular line-up of designer furniture and several must-see seminars!
Phoenix Tapware strikes the ideal balance between form and function
As if a showroom brimming with beautiful product wasn’t enough, Cafe Culture + Insitu’s installation for The Project at Melbourne Indesign was bright, bold and engaging.
Unveiling the newly expanded Bombala, Tiller and Fable Collections, Ross Didier shared his story with a crowd of colleagues and friends at the Cafe Culture + Insitu Sydney showroom.
Café Culture + Insitu present their picks from the Milan Design Fair – heading for Australian shores later this year!
Café Culture has joined with Insitu Furniture, merging to form a single enterprise known as Café Culture + Insitu.
To welcome the summer months, ‘like’ Café Culture on Facebook for your chance to win an outdoor setting including an illuminated bloom pot, Talenti Pretty chairs, Talenti Roy table and Savage Design place mats.
Clean forms and primary colours from Italian family-owned production house
Colourful timber tables inspired by the craft of hand thrown vessels
Café Culture have a multitude of surprises up their sleeve at Brisbane Indesign, and they’ve given us a glimpse of what to expect.
Set to appear at Café Culture – the Croissant Collection, designed by Emilio Nanni for Billiani.
With one click of a button, you could be the owner of this Beetle armchair and matching footstool.
Visitors to Brisbane Indesign are in for a treat – Café Culture’s new showroom will be part of the festivities.
Australian owned Cafe Culture specialises in quality furniture that is designed and manufactured for the hospitality, corporate, retail and residential markets. With stunning products sourced and imported from the finest design houses throughout the world.
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