In this new edition of The Indesign Edit, the founding and managing director of CULT, Richard Munao speaks about the importance of great design within the home-workplace as we take a look at the brand’s extraordinary offering of iconic furniture pieces.
Residing within three different credentials – sustainable materials, sustainable manufacturing or ethical production, Cult’s new range does their bit for the Earth while looking sensational.
From nendo comes the Fritz Hansen N02 Recycle Chair – a new, all-purpose chair made of upcycled plastic household waste.
At Tokyo’s Kojimachi Terrace by Nendo, six of the 11 floors are prised open with landscaped terraces lined with warm timber.
Recently in Australia to visit Euroluce, Swedish lighting designer Magnus Wästberg brought with him copies of his lighting design manifesto, Lamps for Neanderthal Man.
In 2013 Christian Mussati co-founded WonderGlass with his father Maurizio. The Italian handblown glass lighting company has become known for its bespoke craftsmanship and collaborative efforts with some of the architecture, design and art industry’s most globally revered names.
As the Escher x nendo | Between two worlds exhibition continues to draw in crowds, we consider the timeless appeal of the Dutch master for architects and designers.
N01, by Japanese studio Nendo for Fritz Hansen, is a modern chair for the design and quality-conscious home, now available from Cult.
What do a multi-disciplined Japanese design studio and a Twentieth century master of optical illusion have in common? The latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria: Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds.
Onndo, the collaborative studio of Nendo and Nomura, took an artisanal approach to the spatial design for Shiseido’s flagship store in Tokyo, where macro and micro discoveries await.
A never-seen-before exhibition combining art and design is set to take over the NGV this summer.
Oki Sato of Nendo needs no introduction. He has achieved cult status among designers and design-lovers alike, with a prolific output of products that range from cheesecake to robots, furniture items and more.
The design world’s yearly cycle of product releases can be a nagging distraction from the importance of an enduring brand DNA. Louis Poulsen consistently demonstrates the value of brand integrity with a catalogue that’s carefully expanded from a strong foundation.
Japanese design studio Nendo has tried its hand at a television set, bringing its renowned minimalist aesthetic to the project.
Nendo’s Objectextile collection for German fashion label Jil Sander starts from the point of photography. And the results are quite remarkable.
Cubes editor Narelle Yabuka met Nendo founder Oki Sato amidst the bustle of Orgatec 2016 to discuss the concept behind his Rolling Workspace.
Nendo’s floating Stone Garden features at 2013 Interior Design Show in Toronto