Melbourne Design Week kicks off this week. We’re thrilled to be involved – come down and say hi as the team moderates 5 exciting panel discussions.
Nothing beats the texture and warmth of natural beautiful timbers. Featuring woods in any interior is equally good for our wellbeing and the environment when sourced sustainably. This week’s Indesign In Focus brings to you an array of warm finishes.
Adding geometry within an interior helps to create a modern and balanced environment, one that also adds an interesting feature to the room. This weeks’ Indesign In Focus brings various geometric patterns, colours and products into any residential, commercial and hospitality décor.
Japanese designer Jin Kuramoto is a practical, hands-on designer. He separates the rational from the imaginative to arrive at design solutions that fit the client, while also inspiring the customer.
Good Japanese design is more than just an aesthetic – it’s a philosophy, and one beloved the world over. But what if you can’t afford a plane ticket to Tokyo? Here’s where to get your fix locally.
Japanese design house Apato, demonstrates why culture is as essential as product.
The Project is that moment when you enter a showroom and find yourself overwhelmed with surprise, excitement, joy and the urge to Instagram – right away! This year, at Melbourne Indesign we saw exhibitors approach The Project from all angles – the common element among all being collaborative engagement.