Hotel and retail environments lean hard on their surface selections in particular to bring design vision to life.
As designers, we are responsible for building and creating. But how can we design thoughtfully without waste? This weeks’ Indesign In Focus combines a list of sustainably designed products and accessories.
Designers are working in an exciting health and aged-care climate where the very definitions of the sectors are being questioned, challenged and redefined. Cox Architecture’s (formerly CODA Studios) joyous and uplifting design of Karratha Central Healthcare is a strong example of a multi-dimensional health facility providing medical services and training opportunities that contribute to the improved health and wellbeing of the regional community.
Global design fairs usually occupy dull exhibition halls, where besuited visitors trudge down rows of same-same stands. SO. BORING. This is why every year at Sydney Indesign, we turned things up a notch at The Venue: one location with one enormous lineup! And it was truly stellar…
Alternative Surfaces and A1 Office have had a long standing working relationship, and with results like these, it’s easy to see why.
Alternative Surfaces are proving to be top-shelf inclusions across a broad variety of residential and commercial projects.
Alternative Surfaces’ Quartz Carpet & Vorwerk Tiles have been applied at Audi Centre Melbourne, creating a natural look with the durability of Quartz stones.
For those working in architecture and design, Alternative Surfaces and their X-Bond Seamless Stone product is reliable and beloved product, and it’s easy to see why.