Zenith Singapore celebrated seven years in style, transforming their showroom into an Aussie Beach Barbeque haven and bringing around 150 members of Singapore’s A&D community together for an unforgettable night of beachy vibes.
Relive the best moments and catch up on the awards and winners celebrated at the 2023 INDE.Awards’ night of nights.
Zenith has always endeavoured to create sustainable serenity within the contemporary workplace. Now, Zenith introduces its latest essential offerings – Denn, Jac & Verse.
Today, contemporary workplaces are undergoing a design renaissance which prioritises adaptability above all else. Zenith offers a solution imbued with privacy, productivity and performance: the Verse collection of booths and acoustic pods.
Inspired by a forest of stone, and created as a place to showcase the iconic Italian furniture brand Zanotta, this retail space is unconstrained in its vision of what a new-age shopping experience should be.
Providing people with a better template for living is the Nightingale Village in Melbourne, which was celebrated as the Best of the Best project and entry for INDE.Awards 2023. This is no small feat when you are competing against a region’s worth of outstanding architecture and design.
The winner of the Best of the Best at the 2023 INDE.Awards has been announced and congratulations go to an outstanding project with sustainability at its core providing people with a better template for living.
‘Designing for a better life’ encapsulates the ways that Zenith conducts best practice when designing and manufacturing products. In conversation with Zenith Design Studio’s creative director Oliver Field, we find out how this plays out in his day-to-day work.
The 2023 INDE.Summit was a success – relive all the action and deepen your regional focus by catching up on what you missed.
Your final chance to register to experience regional greatness.
The highly anticipated debut of Denn begins right here in Australia. Zenith has recently completed the nationwide launch of the intelligent task chair at events in Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. We catch you up on the details.
Since the Nepal earthquakes of 2015, architect Neill Johanson of Davenport Campbell has been working to rebuild schools and support communities in Nepal’s remote regions. It’s a pro-bono project that has expanded from emergency efforts to a wider and longer-lasting vision.