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Shop, but not. 5 fit-outs that recast retail

Shop, but not. 5 fit-outs that recast retail

Retail has become a hyper-dimensional experience. While a destination may draw you in for any number of reasons – social, educational, personal wellness – shopping remains the ultimate act.

Brighten up the New Year with a first look at the best upcoming programs in art and design

Brighten up the New Year with a first look at the best upcoming programs in art and design

We’re kicking off 2022 with a little reminder that there are some incredible events on the horizon. Take a look at the program from Melbourne Design Week 2022 and check out what’s on at the 23rd Sydney Biennale.

Sophie Solomon finds beauty in gentle tensions

Sophie Solomon finds beauty in gentle tensions

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.

Together again for the INDE.Awards!

Together again for the INDE.Awards!

The crème de la crème of the architecture and design community came together in-person to celebrate the INDE.Awards. Relive all the best moments here.

Warren and Mahoney is leading the way in architecture and design

Warren and Mahoney is leading the way in architecture and design

More than doubling staff and creating avenues of influence in Australia, Warren and Mahoney is making its presence known as a dynamic architecture and design practice in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Flexible, Creative, Diverse – the new Living Office

Flexible, Creative, Diverse – the new Living Office

In Living Edge’s new Sydney Living Office, work is sensitively blended into the beautiful furniture showcases. It’s a dynamic destination that serves as a specification hub, and the central headquarters for the Living Edge team.

Geyer and Valmont pioneer authentic design-led projects

Geyer and Valmont pioneer authentic design-led projects

As Geyer and Valmont come together, a new collaborative model is taking shape. Gillian Serisier speaks with Geyer/Valmont managing director, Marcel Zalloua, and Geyer global design lead, Adam Mundy.

Making the strange your secret power

Making the strange your secret power

In establishing a new life in Copenhagen, Nikolai Kotlarczyk uses his experience of being a newcomer to nurture new design ideas.

Australia’s top design minds compete to envisage the future workplace

Australia’s top design minds compete to envisage the future workplace

It’s the million-dollar question: what does the future of work look like? Herman Miller has put it to Australia’s top design minds to conceptualise what that future might look like, in its inaugural ‘Work, Redefined’ design challenge.

This chair redefines home ergonomics and everyday wellness

This chair redefines home ergonomics and everyday wellness

Hailing from across the pond, noho’s move chair is backed by extensive research and the determination to create ergonomically outstanding home furniture.

What ever will coerce people out of home and back to the CBD?

What ever will coerce people out of home and back to the CBD?

The pandemic saw unprecedented freedoms given to employees in an effort to keep the ball rolling. But as we move away from it, what does the ideal office look like in a post-pandemic world, and what will it take to bring employees back to the office in a full time capacity?

IFI Juries home to a smorgasbord of design expertise

IFI Juries home to a smorgasbord of design expertise

Entering its second year, the IFI Global Awards Program seeks to award the world’s best in interior architecture and design.

The powers of Herman Miller and Knoll combine

The powers of Herman Miller and Knoll combine

Here’s what the acquisition means for both companies, stakeholders and the design community as a whole.

An extraordinary jury for the 2021 INDE.Awards

An extraordinary jury for the 2021 INDE.Awards

With 16 of the world’s best architects and designers on the INDE.Awards jury this year it’s shaping up to be a singular awards program and one not to be missed.

Lucy Marczyk, Designing for Success

Lucy Marczyk, Designing for Success

A new practice and a new beginning for Lucy Marczyk, a multi-talented designer who takes success in her stride.

RISE: A wellness space upping the game for end-of-trip facilities

RISE: A wellness space upping the game for end-of-trip facilities

101 Collins expands and enhances its end-of-trip facility, ONE, with the wellness and fitness studio RISE, designed by Gray Puksand.

Camille Walala and the amazing technicolour dream hotel

Camille Walala and the amazing technicolour dream hotel

Capitalising on the power of Instagram, SALT of Palmar is injecting more youthful energy into a traditionally older tourism market.

From clicks to bricks

From clicks to bricks

CoLAB Design Studio revitalised Francesca’s Melbourne Central store, translating the online brand and shopping experience into a physical store and stronger offline presence.

2020 and the Future of Design and Architecture

2020 and the Future of Design and Architecture

With a new decade dawning, we caught up with Yosi Tal – Managing Director of Designer Rugs, to discuss where the industry has been, where it’s going and how Designer Rugs plans to stay in front of the pack.

A new type of office that’s buzzing with cross-pollination

A new type of office that’s buzzing with cross-pollination

Designed by BVN in association with Jasmax, B:Hive Smales Farm is a vibrant workplace for businesses to thrive.

HAY’s Hee Welling on democratic design in the age of globalisation

HAY’s Hee Welling on democratic design in the age of globalisation

In Australia to launch a new series of chairs for HAY, Hee Welling pauses to chat with us about evolution, democratic design and drawing classes.

The Dezeen Awards Shortlist returns for its second edition

The Dezeen Awards Shortlist returns for its second edition

Dezeen announces the shortlist for the Dezeen Awards 2019 celebrating international architecture, interiors, design and studios to showcase the best of the best within the architecture and design industry.

Tom Mark Henry serves up ’90s nostalgia and sass at C.C. Babcoq

Tom Mark Henry serves up ’90s nostalgia and sass at C.C. Babcoq

C.C. Babcoq is a playful and bold carvery and cocktail bar, with colour, pattern and personality inspired by its muse.

Space to grow: The positives of carpet in multi-residential and education environments

Space to grow: The positives of carpet in multi-residential and education environments

How should designers approach carpet specification for multi-residential and education environments? Download the free whitepaper on carpet specification for these sectors, here!

Design Supporting Youth Mental Health Issues

Design Supporting Youth Mental Health Issues

Dance For Life (DFL) supports ReachOut, a platform for youth dealing with mental health issues. With current statistics stating that up to one in five Australians experience symptoms of mental illness, it is something that many in the design community, and the wider community, come into contact with.

Dance For Life 2018 announced!

Dance For Life 2018 announced!

After a 4-year hiatus, Dance For Life returned to the design community in March this year. Next year, it’s back again at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney’s Circular Quay — promising to be bigger and better than ever.

Can a workplace raise your game?

Can a workplace raise your game?

Game theory informs Susquehanna’s analytical approach to trading, and the company’s smart new Sydney workplace by Gensler takes its culture to new heights.

La Dolce Vita! Rosetta Ristorante By Melissa Collison

La Dolce Vita! Rosetta Ristorante By Melissa Collison

Designed by Melissa Collison, Neil Perry’s newest Sydney restaurant is inspired by Italy’s illustrious Amalfi Coast.

The Silo By Heatherwick Studio

The Silo By Heatherwick Studio

Elana Castle wakes up to a sweeping views of Cape Town’s verdant mountain-scape and Waterfront precinct from the innards of an historic grain silo, thanks to an ingenious architectural transformation by Heatherwick Studio.

Futurespace Breaks Traditional Barriers At Savills’ New Sydney Workspace

Futurespace Breaks Traditional Barriers At Savills’ New Sydney Workspace

Designed by Futurespace, the design strategy for Savills new Sydney digs was influenced by ABW methods, allowing for the breakdown of both physical and communication barriers to enable a more coherent, collaborative, team-accessible workplace.

5 Minutes With… Furnished Forever

5 Minutes With… Furnished Forever

Furnished Forever is a commercial furniture studio founded in 2017 by Canberra-based designers René Linssen and Elliot Bastianon. We talk to the partnership to find out how Furnished Forever started and what makes it special…

Retrofit For The Future: Macquarie Uni’s Mitchell Building – IDL

Retrofit For The Future: Macquarie Uni’s Mitchell Building – IDL

NBRS Architecture have transformed one of the oldest structures on Macquarie University’s campus – the Faculty of Science & Engineering’s Mitchell building – to create an energy and space efficient contemporary workspace that encourages collaboration whilst respecting the historical, social and aesthetic significance of the building.

Get A Sneak-Peek Into RMIT’s New Academic Street Led By Lyons Architecture

Get A Sneak-Peek Into RMIT’s New Academic Street Led By Lyons Architecture

The newly refurbished campus connects Melbourne’s CBD to the university, transforms the student experience and is arguably one of the most majorly epic projects we’ve seen this year.

Who You Gonna Call? Airtasker! by Siren Design

Who You Gonna Call? Airtasker! by Siren Design

Airtasker’s new workplace reflects the company’s goals, purpose and growth, and is designed for getting more done.

Sydney School Of Entrepreneurship By MAKE Creative

Sydney School Of Entrepreneurship By MAKE Creative

MAKE Creative was given the exciting task of developing the new Sydney School of Entrepreneurship (SSE) located on the TAFE Ultimo campus. The SSE is a collaboration between 11 NSW universities and TAFE NSW for students interested in entrepreneurial thinking.

“Practice what you preach” – WSP by JPE Design Studio

“Practice what you preach” – WSP by JPE Design Studio

WSP’s new workplace provides smart solutions based on a sustainable approach, and is designed to support current changes and adapt to future changes.

Campus Life: XO Dining By Kosloff Architecture

Campus Life: XO Dining By Kosloff Architecture

Monash University’s XO Dining merges informal learning spaces with social dining to create a space for enriching the student experience and university community.

The Agile Insight Handbook: Technology, Trends And Choice For 2018

The Agile Insight Handbook: Technology, Trends And Choice For 2018

Vice President of Haworth International, Glen Foster, shares his insights into the changing face of the contemporary professional landscape.

The WeWork ‘Money Box’ Branch In Sydney’s Martin Place By TomMarkHenry

The WeWork ‘Money Box’ Branch In Sydney’s Martin Place By TomMarkHenry

Designed by TomMarkHenry, NYC co-working phenomenon WeWork sprouts a new location in Martin Place’s former Commonwealth Bank building, fondly nicknamed the ‘Money Box’.

When Tradition Gets Modern: Y14 by Biasol

When Tradition Gets Modern: Y14 by Biasol

Biasol has looked to Japanese craftsmanship and materiality to create a contemporary design inspired by Tokyo’s izakaya bars.

A Workplace Where Employees Actually Want To Stay: Enzen Adelaide by JPE Design Studio

A Workplace Where Employees Actually Want To Stay: Enzen Adelaide by JPE Design Studio

Enzen’s new Adelaide workplace upholds the company’s vision and values and is designed to appeal to potential employees and encourage their loyalty.

Dulux Colour Forecasts “A Touch of Empathy” For 2018

Dulux Colour Forecasts “A Touch of Empathy” For 2018

Vintage design, the Hygge movement, Palm Springs and… empathetic design? Dulux’s Colour Planning and Communications Manager, Andrea Lucena-Orr, shares the big ideas behind this year’s trending palettes.

EDITION by Living Edge Is Officially Here, And We’re Obsessed!

EDITION by Living Edge Is Officially Here, And We’re Obsessed!

Launched recently at this year’s Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, EDITION by Living Edge flies in the face of design convention to celebrate the blurred lines between art and furniture. It’s rebellious, cheeky and we can’t get enough!

The 2017 Sydney Architecture Festival Is Here!

The 2017 Sydney Architecture Festival Is Here!

The Sydney Architecture Festival offers international and local insights into the city’s built environment with a packed program of architecture talks, exhibitions, panel discussions, children’s activities, open day events and guided tours.

The ‘Affirmatives’ Have It! The NAWIC Great Debate 2017

The ‘Affirmatives’ Have It! The NAWIC Great Debate 2017

Returning for the first time in years, the NAWIC Great Debate was a forceful, no-holds-barred tête-à-tête between the local design industry’s most critical thinkers.

Making ‘The Library’ Cool, Again: North Fitzroy Community Hub by GroupGSA

Making ‘The Library’ Cool, Again: North Fitzroy Community Hub by GroupGSA

GroupGSA creates a multimodal and creative space—North Fitzroy Library and Community Hub project—for the inner city Melbourne.

Is Hightail By Technē The Pub Of The Future?

Is Hightail By Technē The Pub Of The Future?

Nick Travers of Technē gives an insight into next-gen pub design and orientation –shaking up Melbourne’s sleepy Docklands.

Sensory Lab Collins Street, By Foolscap Studio

Sensory Lab Collins Street, By Foolscap Studio

Melbourne-based Foolscap founder and director Adele Winteridge talks about the deconstructed, futuristic design of Sensory Lab’s first freestanding store on Collins Street, responding to the ritual of a morning coffee in the context of modernist architecture.

What Can Design Learn From Kim & Kanye?

What Can Design Learn From Kim & Kanye?

You might think “not much”, but there are many industry lessons to be learned from the world’s most famous couple.

PTID’s Intelligent Agile Design Of Tabcorp’s New CBD Offices

PTID’s Intelligent Agile Design Of Tabcorp’s New CBD Offices

Interior Design and Management Solutions company PTID has designed the interior of the new Sydney office of gambling-led entertainment company Tabcorp in the city’s CBD. The final stage of the four-floor fitout is a full floor of open work environment cleverly utilising Agile methodologies to present a compelling and intelligent design.

The ‘Most Beautiful Office in The World’ Now Offers Co-Working!

The ‘Most Beautiful Office in The World’ Now Offers Co-Working!

Designed by Woods Bagot and officially acknowledged as the world’s best-designed workplace at the prestigious 2016 World Architecture Festival (WAF) INSIDE Awards, Paramount by The Office Space is now offering co-working opportunities within its two stunning Surry Hills locations.

The ‘Smart Office’ Transformation: Marsh&McLennan Companies By PTID

The ‘Smart Office’ Transformation: Marsh&McLennan Companies By PTID

The new Sydney workplace for Marsh & McLennan Companies (MMC) is a successful transition from traditional work environment to a Smart Office. The new workplace is the first new working style of its kind for the global company accommodating a variety of work and support areas, located across four floors in Tower 1 of the Barangaroo precinct.

5 Mins With… Scott Compton, Warren And Mahoney

5 Mins With… Scott Compton, Warren And Mahoney

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’.

Agile’s Final Frontier: Russell McVeagh Lawyers Auckland by Warren & Mahoney

Agile’s Final Frontier: Russell McVeagh Lawyers Auckland by Warren & Mahoney

The legal sector has traditionally adhered to a strict workplace hierarchy, with senior staff alloted a private office and entry-level employees assigned to the ‘open-plan’. Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the new head office for New Zealand law firm Russell McVeagh, challenges this antiquated workplace approach with a daring, material-rich agile strategy.

Is This Australia’s Most ‘Fashion-Forward’ Hotel?

Is This Australia’s Most ‘Fashion-Forward’ Hotel?

A former cinema in the old fashion district of Melbourne has been given a new lease of life as a luxurious, boutique hotel where the old and elegant fuses with industrial-chic to stunning effect.

It’s Cool To (Design) Care: Jewish Care Victoria by JCBA

It’s Cool To (Design) Care: Jewish Care Victoria by JCBA

With fluid and embracing forms, the Coppel & Piekarski Family Disability Respite Centre is a responsive, accessible and sensitive building that reflects the client’s approach to caregiving.

Indesign #70 – On Sale Now

Indesign #70 – On Sale Now

Indesign #70 – the ‘consume’ issue – is on the loose! Grab your copy today

There’s No Place Like Home…And Domain Should Know! Domain Sydney By Siren Design

There’s No Place Like Home…And Domain Should Know! Domain Sydney By Siren Design

The Domain Group’s new workplace located in a heritage warehouse in Pyrmont has high-end design, an urban flair and home-away-from-home atmosphere.

Cafe Culture + Insitu At SID17

Cafe Culture + Insitu At SID17

Cafe Culture + Insitu will be back at this year’s event (Fri August 11 – Sat August 12) with a spectacular line-up of designer furniture and several must-see seminars!

When Clichés Become Cool Again: Workshop Bros By Studio Esteta

When Clichés Become Cool Again: Workshop Bros By Studio Esteta

Studio Esteta’s design of Workshop Bros Glen Waverley will refresh your memories and challenge your perceptions of nostalgic Chinese eateries.

Workplace Design Looks To The Residential World

Workplace Design Looks To The Residential World

Wisdom Homes’ new headquarters takes it cues from the residential sector, swapping whites for a more inviting and stylish palette of black and timber peppered with greenery.

Why We Are Obsessed With Cabin by DesignByThem

Why We Are Obsessed With Cabin by DesignByThem

Cabin is the latest release by Sydney-based DesignByThem founders Sarah Gibson and Nicholas Karlovasitis – otherwise known by their cool new portmanteau: GibsonKarlo. The new collection of armchairs, lounges, ottomans and booth-style structures uses a series of upholstered log modules, exploring geometric forms to create playful and personable pieces for the office or home. We chat to Sarah and Nicholas about their intriguing design.

Carr Design Stays True To Seidler At Hilton Brisbane

Carr Design Stays True To Seidler At Hilton Brisbane

The conference and events centre at Hilton Brisbane, redesigned by Carr Design Group, is a contemporary and congruous space that honours the integrity of the original design.

Woods Bagot Fosters Company Culture Through Craftsmanship & Materiality For ADCO Constructions

Woods Bagot Fosters Company Culture Through Craftsmanship & Materiality For ADCO Constructions

One highly considered design feature expresses ADCO’s approach to craftsmanship and materials and fosters company culture.

5 Mins With… DesignOffice On “Retail 3.0”

5 Mins With… DesignOffice On “Retail 3.0”

Is new-gen Australian retail taking a cue from our Asian neighbours? Mark Simpson and Damien Mulvihill of Melbourne-based studio DesignOffice talk branded environment design across cultures.

Bringing Global Design Languages To Oz With Luchetti Krelle

Bringing Global Design Languages To Oz With Luchetti Krelle

NOLA Smokehouse and Bar, designed by Luchetti Krelle, captures the exuberance of New Orleans with its charming and colourful architecture and laidback, lively atmosphere.

Intuit by Gensler: “A Global Tech Company’s Uniquely ‘Sydney’ Workplace”

Intuit by Gensler: “A Global Tech Company’s Uniquely ‘Sydney’ Workplace”

The city of Sydney has served has a source of inspiration for Intuit’s Sydney workplace. Designed by Gensler, the branded environment is fun and flexible and reflects the company’s entrepreneurial spirit.

Can Kids Learn About Good Design Through Their School Environment?

Can Kids Learn About Good Design Through Their School Environment?

Branch Studio Architects has designed The Quad Canteen a space that has the potential to be more than just a canteen.

Richard Crookes By Futurespace: Can Workplaces Foster One Big Happy Family?

Richard Crookes By Futurespace: Can Workplaces Foster One Big Happy Family?

Futurespace has translated family values and culture into a collaborative and inclusive workplace environment for Richard Crookes Constructions.

5 mins with… Charles Wilson on the Zaza sofa for King Living

5 mins with… Charles Wilson on the Zaza sofa for King Living

The Zaza sofa is the latest classic and comfortable product to emerge from the ongoing partnership of Charles Wilson and King Living.

Can We Really Translate The Mission Of A Company Into Their Workplace?

Can We Really Translate The Mission Of A Company Into Their Workplace?

This myth-inspired workplace by Studio Pacific for New Zealand’s Ministry of Social Development is a stellar, inventive design that imbues the workplace with conceptual meaning that aligns with its mission.

Can Hospitality Design In Workplace Environments Help Build Culture?

Can Hospitality Design In Workplace Environments Help Build Culture?

In preparation for the future and with a nod to the past, the Woods Bagot Perth Studio is an agile workplace with state-of-the-art technology and a distinctive hotel-like aesthetic.

Productivity Rules! Enero By Amicus And The Bold Collective

Productivity Rules! Enero By Amicus And The Bold Collective

It’s mission accomplished at the new Enero workplace in Pyrmont. Designed by Amicus and The Bold Collective, it prioritises productivity and play.

Office Got You Stressed? Not At Dropbox Sydney

Office Got You Stressed? Not At Dropbox Sydney

If Dropbox relieves the stress of people working together, then so too does the Dropbox Sydney office designed by Gensler. Based on the concept of ‘workplace as home’ it could almost be a new interpretation of ‘working from home.’

Atlas Dining by GelliKovic Architects

Atlas Dining by GelliKovic Architects

Atlas Dining is a new restaurant concept in Melbourne that has globally inspired cuisine served in a globe-inspired dining room.

Igneous Light by James Walsh and Ash Allen

Igneous Light by James Walsh and Ash Allen

Inspired by the streets of their native town, Melbourne designers James Walsh and Ash Allen have designed the Igneous Light that brings Victorian bluestone indoors.

Going Solo: Formerly the ‘Edwards’ in Edwards Moore, Ben Edwards establishes his very own Eponymous Studio.

Going Solo: Formerly the ‘Edwards’ in Edwards Moore, Ben Edwards establishes his very own Eponymous Studio.

Yes, you heard right, Ben Edwards has established a new practice and it’s everything we hoped it would be.

Designer Dinner? Master of Hospo, DS17, Shows You How

Designer Dinner? Master of Hospo, DS17, Shows You How

Sydney-based Interior design studio DS17 takes a ‘stop-and-shop’ approach to hospitality design to stop diners in their tracks. And everything they touch is simply delicious.

Douglas & Bec: A Family Business

Douglas & Bec: A Family Business

Meet Douglas and Bec, the father and daughter design team with a lifetime of experience designing and making things together.

YASS Queen!

YASS Queen!

With her annual Honours List, the Queen delivers a master class in how to reach your target audience.

Top 5 Events at Sydney Festival for A+D

Top 5 Events at Sydney Festival for A+D

With summer’s Sydney Festival kicking off, we look at five events set to inspire the A+D community from experiential installations to staggering set design.

Are You With Stupid?

Are You With Stupid?

Donald Trump has changed the way you’re marketing. It’s looking pretty scary out there for A+D. But it’s time to tell your story. We’ll make sure it’s heard.

JEB Collaborates with QT Hotel Melbourne

JEB Collaborates with QT Hotel Melbourne

When designing the interiors for QT Hotel Melbourne, Indyk Architects collaborated with JEB to create a light, styled screen system for each hotel suite.

Dyslexic Design

Dyslexic Design

An impressive exhibition at this year’s designjunction during London Design Festival explored the links between dyslexia and creativity.

The Relaunch of an Australian Icon

The Relaunch of an Australian Icon

Iconic Australian designer Grant Featherston has kicked off a new era of furniture designs, unveiling a new range at the gala launch of Featherston 2016.

In Profile: Jake Dyson

In Profile: Jake Dyson

When Jake Dyson set out to redesign the task light he rethought the LED light bulb so that it actually does what it claims; and that is to be a truly sustainable light source. Rebecca Gross reports.

Shapeshifters: The Possibilities of 3D Printing

Shapeshifters: The Possibilities of 3D Printing

Can 3D printing change our lives? What impact could it have on the way we live in the future? Rebecca Gross reports.

In Profile: Anaesthetic

In Profile: Anaesthetic

Meet Ben and Kiri Wahrlich, the husband and wife team behind design studio ANAESTHETIC who take great inspiration from their homeland New Zealand to design luxurious and precision-engineered lighting. Rebecca Gross reports.

In Profile: daast

In Profile: daast

Meet Andrew Southwood-Jones and Alexander Kashin, the driven and innovative designers behind daast, a Sydney-based design studio creating conceptual and experimental furniture, lighting, and architectural objects. Rebecca Gross reports.

Win: Contemporary’s Live in Design Competition

Win: Contemporary’s Live in Design Competition

Live, Work & Play in design: Contemporary is launching an exciting series of competitions throughout 2016.

Flooring in focus: RC+D for Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Flooring in focus: RC+D for Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Flooring is one of the first things you see when you step into the new Corrs Chambers Westgarth premises across Australia. RC+D worked with Bates Smart to deliver custom-designed carpets that fused premium quality luxury with workplace performance.

How do we design the perfect covered deck? A look at 4 of the most-loved deck roof ideas

How do we design the perfect covered deck? A look at 4 of the most-loved deck roof ideas

Who doesn’t love to spend time outdoors from the comfort of your own home? With more of our time spent at home, having a sense or relief from the indoors is a luxury. By connecting ourselves with the outside, it allows us a moment to refresh, revitalise and breathe from everyday life.

Leading Aussie design makes its home on William Street

Leading Aussie design makes its home on William Street

Australia’s leading design centre, which runs everything from 3D printing workshops to sustainable architecture exhibitions, is set to move into the City of Sydney’s growing creative hub on William Street.

The Heritage of Seed in a Monochromatic Design

The Heritage of Seed in a Monochromatic Design

Seed’s new store in Melbourne Emporium, by Mim Design, is bold and charming. It captures the heritage of the Australian retailer and celebrates its iconic style in a visually intriguing way.

Rebranding Lloyd’s Inn

Rebranding Lloyd’s Inn

Luxury boutique hotel Lloyd’s Inn, in Singapore near the bustling Orchard Road, has had a re-branding. Part of that meant a re-vamp of the entire design. Multidisciplinary practice FARM has taken a no-frills, minimalist approach, capturing the hotel’s holistic mission. Olha Romaniuk has the story.

6 ways design is reviving physical retail

6 ways design is reviving physical retail

As much as we love trawling Asos and eBay, there are occasions where the physical retail experience outdoes the digital. Discover how these six retail spaces have created a shopping experience that excels offline.

NOLITA BY MATA DESIGN STUDIO

NOLITA BY MATA DESIGN STUDIO

Mata Design has transformed Nolita Trattoria from an outdated Italian restaurant into a modernised, yet familiar hot spot for Perth. By Yen Dao

DESIGN RESIDENCY

DESIGN RESIDENCY

Introducing a new all-in-one residency for emerging designers in Sydney – mentoring, PR, networking and studio space.

Mason by Schamburg + Alvisse

Mason by Schamburg + Alvisse

The new high backed addition to the modular Mason lounge collection

Satelight – Supporting Australian Design

Satelight – Supporting Australian Design

Satelight’s light fittings are designed and manufactured locally