Future X Collective, the latest venture from Futurespace, brings together a range of consultants to optimise workplace experience.
In designing Finlaysons Lawyers’ new Adelaide headquarters, Hames Sharley balanced a quintessential paradox of interests faced by conservative practices in the contemporary world: the need for collaboration versus confidentiality.
The newly appointed principal at HASSELL believes that designers have a social responsibility to create sustainable, healthy places for the next generation.
Nick Bannikoff and Carlo Giannasca explain why they’re on a mission to build a strong community of experiential designers here in Australia.
Just returning home after 30 days travelling to workplaces throughout the Asia Pacific region, Oliver Baxter shares his insights on the global status of collaboration and the future of the working world.
The Eames Office just announced a collaboration with Japanese fashion house UNIQLO, a global clothing apparel brand with over 1,000 stores worldwide, on its new collection celebrating the work of Charles and Ray Eames.
Using references from the much-lauded film The Usual Suspects and award-winning TV series Mad Men to unpack this subject for his readers, Scott argues that the best lead designers are those who can use an ‘invisible hand’ to guide their teams. We spoke to Scott about his thoughts on the design process and the importance of the ‘invisible hand’.
Homebush West marketing agency IVE Group recently engaged Hot Black to create their 900sqm workplace with the intent to embrace and celebrate the company’s design ethos within the literal fibre of the environment.
The Zaza sofa is the latest classic and comfortable product to emerge from the ongoing partnership of Charles Wilson and King Living.
Melbourne-based design duo, Melissa Chen and Kayoko Kubo of MI.KA Studio lift the veil on this increasingly abstract concept.
Can design still be thought of as the fruit of a singular creative genius? According to Scandinavian Business Seating, today’s complex web of technical and design considerations requires a new mode of intense collaboration.