Designed by Yellow Diva, the Staple Stool combines an elegant simplicity in its form with a graphic injection of colour, resulting in a functional seat with inspired stature.
Who had the best Industry bash this year? We list our top industry’s events from Jan to now.
We take a 60-year trip down memory lane, looking at the development of one of Australia’s most significant manufacturer and supplier of commercial furniture … Zenith Interiors.
Zenith Interiors launched a collection of exciting new products in unstructured office settings to demonstrate agility in the workplace across their showrooms in Australia.
For an Australian company that has been around since the early 1950s, you’d think you’d know all there is to know about them. But here’s three things you might be surprised to learn what the Zenith brand is all about…
Zenith Interiors launched a collection of exciting new products in unstructured office settings to demonstrate agility in the workplace.
The Milker Stool by designer David Walley is a celebration of tradition, simplicity and provenance.
Indesign would like to congratulate Zenith on the launch of their Hong Kong showroom. Representing the best of Australian and international design, the expansion is testimony to the brand’s hard work and well deserved success.
The Milker low stool and bar stool, designed by David Walley, are refined and contemporary interpretations of the classic three-legged stool.
This new collectiion of timber tables, stools and benches is both customisable and colourful
Yellow Diva designs and manufactures engaging and original furniture for the commercial, hospitality and residential sectors.
Designed by David Walley for Yellow Diva, Splint is a fully customisable system of tables, benches and stools.
Yellow Diva unveils its first outdoor chair. The gracefully proportioned BC1 takes the staves from a traditional oak wine barrel and refashions them to create an all-weather outdoor piece.
â€¨Yellow Diva brings us the second instalment in the M Series – the MS1 sofa.
Yellow Divaâ€™s entry into Melbourne Fringe Furniture 2008 is turning street art into seat art.