Welcome to The Indesign Edit: Health Check. In this issue, we explore three of the best health and aged care projects and the outstanding products that contribute to achiever the overall design.
Welcome to the first edition of The Indesign Edit. In this issue, we focus on commercial projects and feature three of the best that workplace design has to offer.
Is it being fuelled by a retreat from technology, a focus on crafting, or the will to slow down and pause? Simple, robust, solid wood furniture seems to be making a comeback.
The new Parliament Square development symbolises the current rejuvenation of Hobart and the Salamanca Building is the key.
Pavilions, hubs, neighbourhoods, precincts and the like are fast becoming a popular staple in the agile workplace diet – but why? In their latest project for Red Energy Melbourne, iconic studio Carr sees the significance of these spaces as allowing users to claw back some personal ownership of their working environment.
The jewel tradeshow in the Scandi crown is the annual Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair. We take a look at what you can expect to see this year (or what you’re missing out on if you aren’t making the pilgrimage).
Global design fairs usually occupy dull exhibition halls, where besuited visitors trudge down rows of same-same stands. SO. BORING. This is why every year at Sydney Indesign, we turned things up a notch at The Venue: one location with one enormous lineup! And it was truly stellar…
At this year’s CPD-Accredited WorkLife series sponsored by Flokk, we tackled some of the design industry’s most poignant and controversial topics. Here’s what we took away…
On the 21st of June, local and international design house Interstudio re-launched its newly redesigned Sydney showroom.
Interstudio is excited to introduce Denmark’s Skagerak furniture range to the Australian design market.
With the modern world speeding up all the time, The Nest Collection asks us to take a moment to slow down and take a break.