Pipeline by Derlot is here and it ties in rather nicely with today’s habits of working from home. We find out what Alexander Lotersztain has to say about the product.
Silver sheen and punchy orange – we can’t get enough of Alexander Lotersztain’s new retail fit-out P.S. He calls it ‘futuresque’, but it will patina over time.
Ahhhh, remember when we used to stay in fabulous hotels and go out to eat, drink and be merry? Luckily, our fabulous architects and designers have been getting the world ready for us.
The NFT market might be consolidating, but is there space for more design over art? 0MNIFORM, an Australian-owned NFT boutique, is about to find out.
The INDE.Awards 2022’s shortlist for The Social Space is a unique group of projects — all show stoppers in their own right but together they help define our region’s social landscape.
Brisbane’s Ping Pong is the new monochromatic restaurant by Alexander Lotersztain Studio taking experiential dining to a whole new level.
We came out in droves for Orgatec 2018 – the year that Australians dominated the German commercial furniture fair quite unlike ever before.
Instyle has teamed up with Derlot’s Alexander Lotersztain to launch two new acoustic products, Intersect and Float – both in Instyle’s intelligent Ecoustic collection of acoustic environmental products.
Having just launched their inaugural rug collection, Stylecraft reminds us that Australians continue to reimagine the design rulebook.