Here at Indesign HQ, we had some truly exceptional projects come across our desks this year! Here are some of our favourites from the last 12 months…
December 20th, 2016
Our industry has had a tremendously successful and innovative year. Never has team Indesign come across so many spectacular projects in one year, and across so many different typologies, including: workplace, hospitality, retail, installation, education, civic, travel and so on.
It was incredibly difficult to pick only 20, but we gave it a crack. So here we are! Our top 20 favourite projects that came across our desktops this year…
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Steelcase has overcome the obstacle of time with its fast Australia Stock Program. It now delivers its collection – including all your favourites – straight to your doorstep in as little as five days.
With chain link curtains in all the colours of the rainbow – plus some – Kriskadecor’s new Luxe Colour Edition brings ultimate customisation to every project, design and creative idea.
Durable and adaptable seating creates dynamic teaching and learning environments at the new Centre for Creative Industries at St Andrew’s Lutheran College.
Melbourne Design Fair opened last Wednesday and it’s an event not to be missed. We give you a run-down on what you can see – and collect, too.
OMA, the international practice responsible for the WA Museum Boola Bardip, has settled into its recently opened local office and is ready to make some serious contributions to the Australian architectural landscape.
Carley Nicholls and Alex Hopkins of Studio Tate are passionate about making good design accessible to all. The studio’s pro-bono social impact program has transformed its working culture, and the everyday lives of its clients.
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