Bringing a decidedly hand-crafted and feminine approach to her work, we talk to industrial design Bethan Gray about the enjoyment that comes from working with skilled makers.
Developed in collaboration with Earp Bros, OMNI is an entirely new design direction for designer Tom Fereday. We get the insights about the winner of The Object category from the 2019 INDE.Awards.
Discover 100 iconic products by some of Australia’s finest design talents in a brand-new exhibition that commemorates 100 years since Robin Boyd’s birth.
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.
“I have a tactile way of working, I often start with a material that interests me,” shares Dutch-New Zealand designer Sabine Marcelis.
Nikolai Kotlarczyk is an Australian designer who now calls Copenhagen home. This connection to the Scandi design capital has allowed him to push his designs into new directions. We catch up with Nikolai to talk latest collections and design community building.
Launch Pad nurtures the next generation of design talent in our region. Meet the up-and-comers that inspired us this year.
DesignByThem’s newest collection elevates 100 per cent recycled plastic to a covetable material palette in furniture pieces that are all about colour, form and functionality.
Six finalists, together with an esteemed jury, all came together in Schiavello’s Sydney showroom for a morning of mentoring, followed by the live judging for Launch Pad 2018.
In Benjamin Hubert’s world, having talent and vision is one thing, but to have empathy – that’s where the hard work begins. Hubert has devoted his practice and studio, Layer, to intimately understanding what users really need.
The pioneering work of designer, Johannes Kuhnen, has had a considerable influence on craft-based design in Australia.
We all must lead by example, but how can you lead an industry and, thereby, lead the future? We look at how Schiavello is nurturing tomorrow’s design greats.
A stool inspired by pouring aluminium is the newest design from Charles Wilson – the Serif stool.