An expert panel of local and international designers has confirmed that sustainability and supply chain issues remain high on the agenda. Read more insights from their discussion, hosted by V-ZUG during Milan Furniture Fair.
One of only four worldwide, Caon Studio and Akin Atelier collaboratively see to it that you won’t want to leave the newly unveiled Qantas First Lounge at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
In Ahmedabad, the Java+ café by IKSOI Design Studio creates a dark and moody atmosphere with a generous sense of space.
“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.
At Fonda Bondi, Studio Esteta has looked to the work of Luis Barragán and Sydney’s seaside location to design a space where Mexican cuisine and local hospitality are dished up.
The shopping mall is making a comeback – but not in the way you might expect. SJB reimagines the retail experience at Sydney’s iconic Chifley Plaza through a clever pairing of Manhattan Art Deco nostalgia and a design strategy that appeals to our hearts and our feet.
The success of any restaurant is judged on that unique combination of food, service and fit-out. But just as important are the bathrooms which, in the case of Hawker Hall, actively contribute to the socially energised atmosphere.
This season’s hottest look has just hit the market. It’s not flooring, it’s fashion … daahling.