With just one week to go, Dowel Jones’ Design From Home competition seeks to ignite collaboration and artistry across Australia’s design community.
With most of Australia in social isolation Dowel Jones introduces a new design competition to help keep our brains from atrophying
How to make a global tech giant with a transient workforce feel at home? Find out with Sydney’s new Microsoft Technology Centre.
Collaboration is perhaps one of the most powerful tools in the designer’s and supplier’s arsenal. And where better to release the full power of collaborative creative vision than Saturday in Design? Here we revisit 10 top collaborations from this year’s event.
See what happens when ownworld, Dowel Jones and polytec put minds and materials together in Collingwood for Saturday Indesign…
We are pumped to announce our first group of exhibitors (with more to come) for Saturday Indesign.
With its subtle art-deco aesthetic and nostalgic undertones, Anchovy Bandit could be the setting of many a memorable movie scene.
Not afraid to break the traditional boundaries of a designer, Ben Edwards of Studio Edwards is in the midst of organising a new design program – alt. material – we chat with him ahead of the first exhibition, Plasticity.
With a new designer diner in Melbourne’s Collins Street, Eid Goh of ArchitectsEAT and 8bit siblings Michelle and Alan Sam talk brand evolution, the significance of Super Mario and the sophisticated art of casual hospitality.
From hospitality stalwarts to the furniture designers you’re probably already familiar with, take a look at our hitlist of people.
Branch Studio Architects has designed The Quad Canteen a space that has the potential to be more than just a canteen.
Meet Dale Hardiman and Adam Lynch, the designers behind Melbourne-based studio Dowel Jones who are fostering a culture of creativity and collaboration.
Melbourne’s Kozminsky celebrates its 165th birthday with a killer collaboration with 7 of Australia’s most unique and sought after designers.
A new hospitality project by Technē Architecture + Interior Design has opened in Mount Waverley in Victoria.
Function is a given when it comes to lighting design; it must facilitate illumination. When it comes to form, however, the only limit is the designer’s imagination and will to experiment. And as Rebecca Gross discovers, the imagination and experiments of these emerging designers is evidence of the high calibre of award-winning talent in Australian lighting design.