How is the horizontal plane rising up to meet complex needs within health, wellbeing and sustainability? We discuss colour, texture, environmental credentials and the influence of materiality on the wellbeing with four globally leading carpet manufacturers.
In 2022 it was all about coming to the office, and feeling good while you were there. No surprises – 2022 marked a year of new workplaces that were bold, beautiful and not at all your typical office.
Sub Station No. 164 marries original industrial elements with a strikingly sculptural glass architectural statement. This new vision of the workplace celebrates wellbeing and sustainability – from Milliken’s high-performance carpet to circadian rhythm lighting.
In this video, we explore the collaboration between Indigenous Australian artist Helena Geiger and Milliken. Their new commercial carpet collection, Sandhills, is a collection that transports you straight into the Australian landscape, and it’s a story you won’t soon forget.
This trio of architects based in China, is making international waves with its particular ideas of architecture that puts people and the natural environment front and centre. No wonder they were named The Prodigy in 2022.
We select 6 inspiring education projects that showcase how science-backed carpet tiles can be used to elevate education environments.
The auditorium was full, the vibe electric and the winners truly outstanding last night at the INDE.Awards Gala. Scroll the Indo Pacific’s most outstanding projects and people, here.
The INDE.Awards – The Prodigy shortlist recognises the outstanding new creatives in the Indo-pacific region with seven nominations in this category.
STACK’s intuitive agile working model for Tower provides flexible spaces for collaboration, defined by carpeting in custom colourways
The program and speaker line-up for INDE.Summit has been announced. Block out Wednesday August 3rd and book your tickets. Find the full program is here.
Totalspace Design have used Milliken’s Water Yuludarla collection at Star of the Sea School to create a bold landscape that defines the interior and creates a powerful space for learning.
The fit-out for Cyber CX is a celebration of the company’s Australian heritage, with a palette of furniture and finishes that supports local design and manufacture – including Milliken’s elegant Ripple and Unearthed collections which were printed utilising the Millitron Digital Dye Injection technology in Sydney.