After a long hiatus, Euroluce returns to Salone del Mobile this year. Aleesha Callahan shares some of the shiny, innovative and exciting new designs, straight from the fairgrounds.
The sights and sounds of Salone are in full swing this week for the much-anticipated return of the world’s biggest design fair. Aleesha Callahan reports on the latest releases on the ground.
We’re back again for another showcase of our favourite moments and pieces from Milan Design Week 2021. Read on to discover a selection of some of the globe’s most remarkable designs from the past year.
In a magical lighting installation designed by STUDIOX3, Stylecraft extends their European offering with an exciting new collaboration with Italian powerhouse, Artemide.
Woods Bagot serves up the nostalgia of ‘now’ at Melbourne’s new Next Hotel.
After seven years in Tampines, Wilson Associates has relocated to JustCo at Marina Square and created a studio with a hotel-like atmosphere.
The Triennale Milano’s current exhibition Broken Nature: Design Takes On Human Survival explores the concept of restorative design in the face of humanity’s severely compromised relationship with the natural environment.
When is a showroom not a showroom? Whenever Mercedes-Benz launches a new Me Store. Mercedes Me Melbourne inhabits a shell by Woods Bagot, as part of the Rialto Towers street level refurbishment.
When builder/developer Mirvac decided half-way through the development process for the EY Centre at 200 George Street, Sydney to move their headquarters into six levels of the building, it was a vote of confidence in their own project.
Embodying Conrad Architects’ approach to design, its new studio is a place to inspire the design aspirations and ambitions of those who work in and visit it.
Design that reflects its local environment is a huge focus for practising architects and designers, and Sydney’s Barangaroo development is a hotbed for this kind of thinking. Gilbert + Tobin’s new Barangaroo workplace, designed by Woods Bagot, draws inspiration from the rich history and landscape of the site, while nestling nicely into Sydney’s new commercial identity.