Renowned designer Luca Nichetto says when it comes to his craft he is “100 per cent a generalist, because as a generalist you get to be a director of an orchestra”. Aleesha Callahan spoke with Luca during Salone del Mobile.
Brothers Mark and Jack are spearheading Fearon, designing objects that range between furniture, sculpture and everything in between. This is one up-and-coming Australian design label to keep an eye on.
K5 are shaking things up with a collection of pieces that celebrate circularity and prioritise wellbeing.
Drawing on personal experience and finding inspiration in both form and materiality, Melbourne-based designer Dean Norton produces sculptural objects that merge into new spaces and create mood.
Ross Didier brings his artistic inspiration to the fore with a new vision of photographic stills for the Puffalo and Fable collections.
In a wide variety of shapes and lines, yet equal in their supreme craftsmanship, we look at eight pieces of sculptural furniture that turn your living and working spaces into an art gallery.
Khai Liew has literally designed an amazing life and career. He is the epitome of the quiet achiever who has reached the ultimate in his profession as an object maker and designer.
Emphasising the differences between hard and soft surfaces, the geometric planes of the Waffle’s upholstered grid offers a satisfying squish of comfort.
Bachli Furniture, founded up by Nathan Bachli and Rebecca Pistilli, has opened its doors with a clutch of design brands that include the likes of MDF Italia, Lowe Furniture and Diesel Living with Lodes.
Cult is now the exclusive B2B vendor for the Danish design brand GUBI, across key markets of Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
Introducing the people’s chair – Jac – Zenith’s latest collection of lifestyle and workplace chairs, designed by Schamburg + Alvisse.