Inspired by vivid dreams of the markings from a cocodiles back, Nicholls Design produces a chair that is interesting and versatile.
July 28th, 2010
Designed to make a statement, lumpy’s playful bumps involve the users by stimulating the senses both visually and texturally.
The lumps are contagious says designer Brad Nicholls, who expects the lumpy range to grow quickly.
Lumpy’s body is constructed from F.S.C ply and G.E.C.A certified foams finished in James Richardson wool felt.
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The leading furniture supplier solidifies its Asia Pacific expansion with an immersive new showroom space.
Explore the captivating realm of molo, the world-renowned design studio led by Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. molo’s acclaimed soft collection celebrates a unique fusion of art, design, and architecture and – crucially – sustainability.
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.
As 2010 draws to a close, we look back at the people and projects that inspired and challenged us throughout the year.
For twelve years, Marnie Hammond, director of Café Culture has been travelling to Italy to select the very best brands of furniture for Café Culture’s range.
The onset of the pandemic redefined the role of the office space and accelerated the dynamic transformation Australian workplaces had been going through. We sit down with Kirsten Brown, National Insights Manager for Australia and New Zealand at Herman Miller, to talk about why the office of tomorrow will have to work harder to prove effective and why designing a space with fundamental human needs in mind is the best way to future-proof it.
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Established in 2001, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize has had a home in recent years at the Woollahra Gallery at Redleaf. This year’s winner is Anita Johnson.
We can’t get enough of this outdoor timber chair – the Sun Lounge – presented at FIND Design Fair Asia. Designed for superior comfort and longevity – Jarrod Lim’s newest seating piece was on show at the fair’s EMERGE showcase.
It’s been a busy month as usual across the design industry in Australia and the wider Asia Pacific. We track the latest promotions and moves.