The second Melbourne Design Fair presented a vibrant tableau of modern Australian design. The fair balanced aesthetic allure and thoughtful discussion by showcasing a dynamic array of contemporary and collectible designs.
Inspired by the flow of time and its profound impact on our surroundings, interior and product designer Gavin Harris unveils his latest collection — Circadian with Designer Rugs.
A collaborative partnership between two Australian design entities with a lot in common, ‘Refract’ combines distinct materiality with light play.
From innovative architectural material solutions, to colourful works seeking solutions for the future, and playful metaphors for the issues of today. We deep dive into the creatives starting new conversations around sustainability.
Get familiar with the contingent of the INDE.Awards jury hailing from down under!
Silver sheen and punchy orange – we can’t get enough of Alexander Lotersztain’s new retail fit-out P.S. He calls it ‘futuresque’, but it will patina over time.
As NGV’s top design curators, Simone LeAmon and Ewan McEoin have big dreams for the design sector. And they’re coming at it with energy and ambition.
In an era of fleeting enticements, Indesign Luminary and INDE.Awards 2022 Luminary recipient, Meryl Hare, engenders empathy, elegance and grace through her luxurious and cohesive designs.
In Melbourne HAY launched its new city flagship – the second in Australia – with an intimate and relaxed breakfast soiree. Relive the morning, beautifully documented by HAY.
In a competition held by K5 Furniture in collaboration with Monash University, students were challenged with a brief of mycelium-based product design. We visit the avant-garde with the exhibition ‘Metanoia’.
Extremis founder Dirk Wynants creates smart furniture pieces that speak to our very human needs, while also delivering solutions for the evolving workplace. Alice Blackwood speaks with him at Orgatec.