Sophie Solomon of SSD Studio designs living spaces that evoke emotion and connection. She was drawn to the Luna Chair by King for its fine blend of contrasts and the power of this to touch the individual.
King recently teamed up with three Sydney designers of note, to explore the deep connections they hold to particular furniture pieces. In this first instalment, Tom Mark Henry’s Jade Nottage contemplates meaningful moments and lasting legacies with the Issho Dining Table.
Marking the 20th anniversary of his Powerhouse Museum exhibition ‘Design Works’, Marc Newson reflects with creative director Stephen Todd on his archive of iconic designs and why his deep fascination with how things work drives him to create the impossible.
A year in review: Melbourne-based industrial designer, Ross Gardam talks to us about his most recent collections and what the future has in store in this edition of the Indesign Edit.
Tom Skeehan of SKEEHAN Studio brings forward a commercial range for Stylecraft Furniture exploring the material narrative within Australian manufacturing.
Our workplaces have been stripped bare to an open plan shell. Noise is an issue. Enter Luxxbox’s Dasch acoustic pendant. It reduces sound through light, all within a sleek product.
The pioneering work of designer, Johannes Kuhnen, has had a considerable influence on craft-based design in Australia.
Practical, stylish, and transitioning easily between spaces, Australian furniture design is imbued with healthy doses of all the things that make our nation distinct: playfulness, a hardworking attitude, a diverse range of international influences, and a comfortable humility.
Charles Wilson‘s career as a successful and innovative furniture and industrial designer has had a seemingly unstoppable upward trajectory.
Taking a human-centred approach to design, Henry Wilson considers the lifecycle of an object from a human point of view.