Created with the intention of expanding interior design possibilities, ‘StayDream – A Surreal Reality’ invites an examination of the various ways we perceive indoor and outdoor elements.
Hot on the heels of this week’s announcement of Siren’s new global CEO, Penny Sloane, we speak with Penny and Siren’s ‘OG’, Mia Feasey.
A new restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, has been crafted by Frederick Tang Architecture that not only sates the appetite with excellent Lebanese cuisine but gratifies the eye through outstanding design.
Inspired by travelling, literature and societal agendas, Australian native Dieter Cartwright of Dutch East Design believes that hospitality is more than just about functional spaces.
Can train station design be more than a boring tube to funnel commuters to and from work? These 5 stations show a more beautiful side of urban design.
Inherent in Feit’s New York store fit-out is an element of ‘artiness’ and a strong belief that this approach is needed to compete in real world retail. So how might being arty give our clients the tools they need to succeed in retail IRL?
The recipient of a prestigious invitation to exhibit at this year’s Collective Design went to eminent Melbourne-based lighting designer Christopher Boots, who showcased some of his extraordinary, (and as yet unseen) work at this year’s event.