Within the new Mizuho Bank offices in Sydney, designed by Gensler, the boardroom boasts a powerful presence, thanks to an elegantly tailored fit-out specified by Living Edge.
Thursday 27th February was a big night in Melbourne for the architecture and design community, not least because Living Edge Melbourne threw open its doors to their long-awaited new showroom in Richmond.
Six major Australian labels, two buildings, one unified workplace. Graydelviered David Jones and Country Road Group a stylish new Melbourne headquarters.
From phone booths and fully-enclosed systems through to high-backed desking options and chairs – here are seven of the latest furniture pieces that promote privacy in a new age of workplace quietness.
Ahead of mass changes in education, Living Edge announce the launch of its proprietary education sector collection: The Learning Portfolio By Living Edge
Chairs are the ‘sexy’ part of the furniture design world. And what would Salone del Mobile Milan be without a deluge of chairs? Here are our top picks of the most beautiful, compelling, innovative or just plain impressive chairs.
We hear from the designers at Austrian studio EOOS about their prolific two-decade creative partnership with furniture brand Walter Knoll.
When Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd founded their eponymous studio, PearsonLloyd, in 1997 they set out to bring the worlds of furniture design and industrial production closer together – an approach that has brought them success as one of the world’s most celebrated design studios.
Place-specific design is so very de rigueur. But beyond the obvious, how is place-driven design being strategically integrated across both macro and micro aspect of a mega development? This was Terry Snow’s objective for his best-in-class Willinga Park Equestrian Centre – and Cox Architecture have delivered.
When do the rules and theories of contemporary workplace design not apply? In the case of Woods Bagot’s new Melbourne headquaters, project lead Bruno Mendes threw the rule book out and picked up a cookbook instead.
Orgatec reminds us that design plays a decisive role in leadership and performance. But what can we learn from leadership, today?