Welcome 2022 with a bang! As we begin to usher in the new year, furniture powerhouse Zenith is already looking to bring about a fresh take on our interiors.
A new furniture collection from the design talent of Ross Didier sets the scene with fashion-inspired forms, exemplary craftsmanship and comfort on every level.
An extraordinary group of emerging designers from around the world have been Discovered, thanks to American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) and Wallpaper*.
Launched last month, Herman Miller’s new localisation programme hones in on the importance of supporting local, Australian manufacturing and sustainability in design.
The new space makes waves in one of the most popular cities in Southeast China by showcasing the best in corporate and commercial furniture.
A year in review: Melbourne-based industrial designer, Ross Gardam talks to us about his most recent collections and what the future has in store in this edition of the Indesign Edit.
The Scape Collection by Adam Goodrum showcases design innovation through function, versatility and inimitable style – making it worthy of winning the Best in Class Accolade Award in our industry’s most prestigious design event.
Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi, the Italian design duo who comprise Formafantasma, have been challenging notions of what design can be for over a decade.
Here’s the lowdown on what to expect at Design Shanghai 2019, which lands at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre from 6 to 9 March.
Introducing Terrace by Adam Cornish for nau: a collection of durable stainless steel furniture pieces, with a motif of organic lines and classic silhouettes.
With over 48 product categories to enter, the Red Dot Award: Product Design is now open for designers and manufacturers across the world.
For over three decades, Australian design company, Stormtech continues to celebrate local design, product innovation and customer-focused practices.
Showing the international power of the program, the Red Dot Design Awards shone a light on the design community for another year of celebrations. Along with top-notch product design.
In Benjamin Hubert’s world, having talent and vision is one thing, but to have empathy – that’s where the hard work begins. Hubert has devoted his practice and studio, Layer, to intimately understanding what users really need.