Adding geometry within an interior helps to create a modern and balanced environment, one that also adds an interesting feature to the room. This weeks’ Indesign In Focus brings various geometric patterns, colours and products into any residential, commercial and hospitality décor.
We all know that the traditional office space has evolved to accommodate a more fluid and intuitive solution to productivity. Our Indesign In Focus list is fit for the shift in working behaviours across the commercial industry.
Women’s clothing and lingerie label Lonely opens its second flagship store in Auckland. Designed by Rufus Knight, it invites the curious and delivers the unexpected in retail.
Designed by Architectus, St Andrew’s College Centennial Chapel is part of a new generation of civic buildings emerging from the earthquake-damaged Christchurch. It replaces its arts and crafts predecessor, but thanks to some careful salvage and reuse, it wonderfully translates the principles of old religious dogmas into future-forward physical spaces.
Over four generations, the Schärer family has built USM into a globally recognised brand, celebrated for its unique fusion of ingenuity, minimalism and flexibility.