Taking up the reigns of Managing Principal for Hassell’s Melbourne Studio, Richard Mullane says: “We plan to build a more inclusive, sustainable future for communities – and create a more socially and ecologically resilient world.”
It’s not just history we will be celebrating at the 2022 Sustainability Awards, but the future as well. Projects that can show long-term sustainability will be recognised this year. Branko Miletic reports.
Weaving through Victoria’s Grampians (Gariwerd) wilderness is this series of hiking camps and cabins that blend with the pristine natural beauty around them.
Building on its commitment to environmental sustainability, Woven Image is offsetting the embodied carbon emissions of its leading sustainably-focused PET acoustic panel EchoPanel® to zero from January 2022.
As Smart Design Studio can attest, achieving sustainability is no easy task. It involves ambition, true commitment and choosing products like performance blinds from Verosol.
Every decision we make as architects and designers from the very first moments of project conception has carbon consequences.
Cumulus develops a sustainable office with a small footprint in Hobart for an environmentally focussed client.
Inspired by the sculptural modernist works of Brancusi, Deadly Ponies Armadale is a humble yet intriguing store, subtly hidden behind steel mesh curtains.
Inspired by water, the new Hogan Lovells office in Beijing supports fluid ways of working, while bringing people together in an inviting space. Designed by MCX Interior, the workspace sets a new standard in China’s capital city.
There’s no time like now to celebrate the nation’s best advocates and aficionados of sustainable design. We take a look at the winners of the Sustainability Awards 2021 – and everything they’re doing to champion change in the industry.
Waste not want not! These bold and innovative creators are designing objects and fashion using waste as their starting point.
Alongside voluntary commitments to encourage PVC recycling, Stormtech is a world leader for GreenTag certifications, making it a prime example of a business that is continually driving sustainability throughout the manufacturing process.
Actions speak louder than words, as Herman Miller sets a new agenda for sustainability, advocating for the health of our oceans.
A Melbourne street artist’s exhibition, RONE In Geelong, has become a testament to the creative potential of GH Commercial’s new Designer Jet® flooring – a commercial carpet that gives designers carte blanche.
When it comes to designing and operating in a design-conscious manner, there are plenty of ways to go about it. V-ZUG’s head of sustainability breaks it down for us.
When two expert craftsmen join forces there can only be one result, fabulous design with a great future.
From green ceramics to compostable cling-wrap – these ingenious, sustainable products and services are making our circular economy go ’round.
Rachael Bernstone distills her 18 years’ worth of wisdom on architecture and sustainable design down to 5 pertinent steps that architects and design practices can action now.
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.
In today’s workplace where social and activity-based work spaces take precedence, Elisa and Grazia Manerba are curators of ‘exchange’.
In the fight for sustainability, Cult Design has announced the launch of its in-house initiative, Cultivated, which offers buy back, refurbishment and recycling services for well-loved items of authentic design.
The new Ellipse collection from Armadillo, designed in collaboration with House of Grey, is a conscious design collection for the design conscious that puts sustainability and wellbeing at its core.
True or false: it’s possible to design and execute a contemporary office fitout that is equal parts thrifty, sustainable and stylish?
It’s not only aesthetically beautiful and innovative but the latest project from ZED Lab embraces the ideas of sustainable design with gusto.
Capable of encouraging deep engagement between people and place, sustainable design is an opportunity that ought to be urgently harnessed in hotel design. Leading the way, some architects and designers are doing just that.
Leading an agenda of change, Steelcase has released plans that will help ensure sustainability for the company and the planet with a firm focus on the future.
After two years in the making, we welcome Decade by Blu Dot: the timeless plastic chair that is here to stay for a good, long time.
As an architect, Arne Jacobson was renowned for leaving nothing to chance. He designed every detail of his projects, right down to the taps. Today, his legacy lives on in VOLA.
Australian owned and operated brand, Above Left presents Headlands with EcoSoft by Carpets Inter; an extraordinary collection where nature perfectly balances two worlds.
The sustainable and beautiful Upstream carpet collection from Carpets Inter has grown with the addition of EBB Wash, highlighting the benefits of this unique material.
As the design community evolves and changes, sustainable design has become an increasingly vital part of the design process. For Pedrali, this is already standard practice.
There has never been a more pressing time for architecture and design to save us than now. In an era of catastrophic environmental lows, a generation of a new age of sustainability is emerging and is ready to disrupt our ‘new normal.’
Australian bathroom design has evolved over the years, taking cues from Europe, but largely being informed by a context that is unmistakeably Australian.
This two-part series delves into the collaborative creative process behind Caroma’s new collection, Elvire. In partnership with Evostyle, we speak to Luke Ommundson on how the new Elvire Collection brings a fresh new perspective for bathroom spaces.
The humble bathroom has transformed from outhouse status to become a valued extension of our living spaces – a safe haven of luxury and refined self-expression.
Ecosoft carpet tiles are more than just a comfortable, aesthetic solution for your flooring needs. Through advanced recycling techniques, the brand is looking to remove one billion discarded plastic bottles from landfills and oceans across the globe.
As designers, we are responsible for building and creating. But how can we design thoughtfully without waste? This weeks’ Indesign In Focus combines a list of sustainably designed products and accessories.
After taking +Positive Spaces around the world, Interface is designing the change it wants to see in the world in its new headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
Introducing Dimensional Connections, a collection of wall panels and textiles that promote connectivity and comfort from interior finishes brand, Woven Image.
Featuring Ross Gardam, Holly Ryan and speakers from Arnsdorf and Sussex Taps, the VAMFF panel discussion explored environmental best practice across industrial design, handcrafted jewellery, and fashion.