Strip back the superfluous, and focus in on the meaningful: the Dulux Colour Forecast 2023 has been born from the desire to live simply and authentically.
This year, the 36th Dulux Colour Awards has announced its pool of finalists – all 103 of them. And we’ve picked 12 projects that bring colour to the fore.
Dulux looks towards 2022 with hope and optimism – a feeling that is immediately evident in their restorative, bold and uplifting colour predictions for the year ahead.
Bold and unexpected, Markian has recently burst onto our local design radar. And so far, we’re remarkably impressed by what the design brand has to offer.
Woods Bagot serves up the nostalgia of ‘now’ at Melbourne’s new Next Hotel.
The flexible work spaces of RMBL’s new head office, designed by Golden, have transformed the mortgage manager’s conventional practices in favour of an activity based working model.
A new level of ambitious and considered use of colour has been achieved by the exceptional projects recognised in the Dulux Colour Awards 2020.
After receiving over 450 entries, a panel of leading names from Australia and New Zealand’s design and creative industries have selected 107 finalists across both commercial and residential spaces.
From the socially and environmentally sustainable buildings by WOHA, to lessons from Kerry Hill Architects and a taste of Crazy Rich Asians, the Dulux DIAlogue on Tour winners have kicked off in style in Singapore.
Could your office headquarters double as a collective workspace? Kennedy Nolan’s vivid reimaging of 25 King Collective for Excelon Group brings modern functionality to an historic tenancy.
Designed by Stewart Hollenstein, in association with Stewart Architecture, Green Square Library is a vital community space facilitating lifelong learning and helping people connect in an emerging community.