Two of King Living’s most celebrated pieces of outdoor furniture, the Jasper II Outdoor sofa and the Luna Outdoor Chair, are feats of local design. An in-house and external collaboration respectively.
Australian Design Centre presents the 20th anniversary exhibition of the design industry’s much anticipated annual program WORKSHOPPED20 – the very best in new Australian design by emerging and established designers.
What would Saturday Indesign be without some heated industry discussions? This year didn’t disappoint with 10 talks across 7 locations. If you missed out, don’t worry, we wrap-up the key messages and insights garnered from the industry’s brightest stars.
In a new exhibition, the work of Broached Commissions is put on display for Design Storytellers at the NGV’s Ian Potter Centre.
Last week saw hundreds of products across a wide range of categories awarded in the annual Good Design Awards. Here we highlight the projects and products that remain close to our heart – architecture, interiors and furniture.
Charles Wilson‘s career as a successful and innovative furniture and industrial designer has had a seemingly unstoppable upward trajectory.
It was Sydney’s Moore Park Supa Centa that played host to Workshopped, now in its 17th year, where over 800 people were present for the VIP Opening Night of Workshopped 17.
The Zaza sofa is the latest classic and comfortable product to emerge from the ongoing partnership of Charles Wilson and King Living.
For Australian brand, King Living, which started out as King Furniture in 1977, it has been a journey of continual evolution. And while the word Furniture has simply replaced Living on the otherwise original logo, there’s a lot more to this soft rebrand story.
Industry members gathered at Surrey House in Sydney’s Darlinghurst to celebrate the 49th recipient of Indesign’s Luminary accolade,
Elana Castle talks to Lou Weis about the historical inspiration for the collective’s latest limited edition design collection
A stool inspired by pouring aluminium is the newest design from Charles Wilson – the Serif stool.