JamFactory’s exhibition, Materials Matter: A Bauhaus Legacy, celebrates and highlights the influence of the Bauhaus on the Adelaide design institution and South Australia’s design industry in general. Leanne Amodeo talks to emerging designer Jake Rollins, whose work in the group exhibition expresses a ‘building block’ style of construction that addresses issues of sustainability and regeneration.
Proving that the next generation of designers have their eyes on solving some of the world’s most pressing issues – waste and plastic use among them – we spend five minutes with rising talent Maddison Ryder to hear more about her award-winning Lettuce Eat project.
“I have a tactile way of working, I often start with a material that interests me,” shares Dutch-New Zealand designer Sabine Marcelis.
Bangkok-based design studio Femme Atelier has designed and produced a collection of tables and chairs that draw inspiration from everyday doors and windows.
Minimalism is having its day in the sun. Taking a crisp white background, punched up with strong contrasting geometries Tom Robertson, of Tom Robertson Architects, has brought a minimalist design edge to Candlefox’s workplace.