“We connect with the Chin Chin customer through materiality. You would expect to see the chipboard substrate cladding in a twenty-something’s apartment. It’s raw and youthful and in that sense makes a relationship with the Chin Chin majority diner” says George Livissianis.
Global design fairs usually occupy dull exhibition halls, where besuited visitors trudge down rows of same-same stands. SO. BORING. This is why every year at Sydney Indesign, we turned things up a notch at The Venue: one location with one enormous lineup! And it was truly stellar…
How are designers harmonising the physical and non-physical needs of their projects?
Australia’s prime architects and developers know that the best finishing touch on a project is a finished floor – and only the best-quality and most sustainable materials will do!
Forests the world over are suffering due to the popularity of unsustainable forestry – this issue that is important to all of us, and design lovers in particular. One brand that is championing sustainable forestry is Premium Floors.
The past 10 years has seen an explosion in the number and styles of wood flooring systems available to developers, designers and specifiers, with engineered wood emerging as a design favourite.
With the immense number of suppliers of wood flooring into the Australian market, it is becoming more challenging for the specifier to decide what product is most suited for what project. During the selection process, colour is an important factor, but dimensional stability and durability should also be taken into consideration during the selection process.