We peel back the layers on the wallcovering trends that are making waves in the interior design world.
While there’s a plentiful supply of upholstery options out there, you’ll find there are more eco-friendly alternatives that prioritise aesthetics, sustainability and cleanability.
Designed by Sibella Court, the Seaworthy Collection from Materialised conjures seaworthy summer vibes with a series of intelligent designs that can be innovatively applied onto high performance furnishing textiles and wall coverings.
A stylish acoustic treatment, Materialised is bringing Nufelt to Australian shores, a wool-look felt wall covering made to suit any aesthetic.
Wall coverings have never looked or felt so good. Materialised introduces two new wall covering collections from Momentum, beautifully designed to liven up your interior space.
Sydney’s ICC was recently host to No Vacancy / Hospitality Design Fair 2021. From the lot, here are 5 exhibits that caught our attention.
The recent refurbishment of Club Parramatta showcases Materialised’s plethora of high-end, bespoke furnishing solutions and the company’s drive to go above and beyond for any project.
Excessive noise has a range of negative benefits that can distract. Materialised’s acoustic products are suitable for busy spaces irrespective of industry.
Going from strength to strength, the 2019 Workspace Awards saw the most exciting submissions in the history of the program, and here’s who took home gold…
Designed by Woods Bagot, a Fortitude Valley hotel has been reinvented, offering curious guests a uniquely artful experience.
How, as adults, do you design a hospital from a child’s perspective? That was the challenge given to the team behind Perth Children’s Hospital: JCY Architects and Urban Designers, Cox Architecture and Billard Leece Partnership (BLP), with HKS Inc.
Sometimes the most highly evolved designs are incomplete. When conceptualising the new Suncorp headquarters in Sydney, the interiors team at Geyer worked to the idea of ‘designing to 80%’. The result is a radical take on the oft-used idea of workplace flexibility. While the building caters to the needs of its residents in the present, it comprehensively avoids dictating what these needs will be in the future.