Louis Poulsen is reintroducing a series of classic lighting pieces, drawing on the unmatched legacy of Danish designers such as Poul Henningsen, Verner Panton and Vilhelm Lauritzen.
In 2013 Cultivated launched as a restoration service, today it is a full-service product stewardship business, buying back, refurbishing and recycling authentic design pieces. In this article we continue the conversation around whole-of-lifecycle-furniture.
Committed to the artful illumination of spaces, Volker Haug Studio amps up its well loved lighting collections with two new additions.
‘Spectra – Contemporary Queensland Furniture’ recently opened at Artisan in Brisbane, greeted by a community of cross-industry creatives hungry for Queensland furniture design content, writes Nicky Lobo.
The winner of The Object category at the 2023 INDE.Awards lights up our world and is certainly an object of desire.
Designer Ross Gardam recently teamed up with Stylecraft to present a series of events that focused on select Ross Gardam designs and new releases, all available at Stylecraft.
Ross Gardam wasn’t always intent on being an award winning furniture and lighting designer. However after his win at INDE.Awards this year, taking home The Object trophy for his Méne light, we’d say his destiny is pretty clear.
In the newly released collection from Louis Poulsen, some of Poul Henningsen and Vilhelm Lauritzen’s most iconic designs get a flourishing makeover in a delightfully elegant pale rose colourway.
Mud Australia has expanded its covetable porcelain offering into luminaires, with a porcelain lamp collection that fuses traditional ceramics and modern technology – created in collaboration with Zachary Hanna.
Every good designer knows how important lighting is in creating the right atmosphere in a hospitality venue. We review the INDE.Awards 2023 Social Space Shortlist to bring you 5 of the best examples.
Louis Poulsen’s latest AW23 Collection and its unexpected collaboration with Home in Heven were one of the best highlights of 3daysofdesign.