Warm and welcoming, with generous curves and a subtle, organic palette, The Expansive Kitchen designed by Kennedy Nolan is a collaboration with Laminex that explores the potential of laminate.
Iconic Italian furniture brand Cassina will soon be distributed in Australia, with ‘The Cassina Perspective’ representing a collection that brings together classic designs and contemporary pieces.
A story of the handmade, the film ‘Artisanally Articolo: The Makers’ explores the Melbourne lighting studio’s dedication to the craft of making and to creation through collaboration.
Articolo founder and creative director Nicci Green’s design process is as dynamic and fluid as the forms she is responsible for conjuring.
The Comoda Sofa is designed in Melbourne by Biasol and manufactured in collaboration with Molmic, the modular sofa collection was born from a need for dynamism, comfort and sustainability.
Imbued with the vibrancy of the ‘roaring 20s’, Spanish Queen by Robson Rak sees the restoration, renovation and addition to an original 1920s Spanish mission house in Melbourne’s southeast.
With a passion for innovation and sustainability, Urban Eden & Co has created The Vertical Garden, a product that will turn even the most reluctant gardener into a green thumb.
Responding to the shift towards working from home, The Home Office collection by Plyroom supports productivity while also offering design appropriate for a residential setting.
With a universally recognised form, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman continues to bring comfort, style and timelessness into the home.
Todd Clare’s latest series, Mindscapes, utilises tight compositions that celebrate the shift from movement to stillness, whilst promoting a meditative outlook.
The VOLA 111 series was designed by architect Arne Jacobsen and VOLA owner Verner Overgaard in 1968. The first of its type, the 111 mixer stands as the foundation of innovating spirit.
From this moment forward, eating will be different. Introducing KROF Cutlery, the Australian cutlery brand that brings a high-end serving experience directly to the home.
Celebrating local established and emerging talent, the Design Tasmania Awards are an ongoing promotion and recognition of innovation and ingenuity in contemporary design thought.
United by the core values of quality and sustainability, Cantilever is a design-centric Australian kitchen manufacturing and interiors company committed to designing for longevity.
Inspired by the interaction between light and the curved surface, Est Lighting’s Melbourne showroom, by Christopher Elliott Design, is a celebration of both light and the local design community.
Abodo Wood is changing the way dark timbers perform by providing their products with an increased level of protection against environmental pressures and the natural aging process.
Smart Living Ideas sees BoConcept hone multi-functional and space-saving furniture solutions that effortlessly create a well-designed working-from-home hub.
An acclaimed series of releases from Australian manufacturer Phoenix Tapware has seen the company win a slew of international design awards, including Best of the Best at the Red Dot Awards.
From stonemasonry to embroidery, football and sculpture, for Steven John Clark, it was an unconventional path that eventually led to founding Melbourne-based studio denHolm.
Coco Flip draws on travel as both muse and source of new perspectives. Recently launching two new collections influenced by the Art Deco movement, Coco Flip’s ethos is grounded in considered design.
For Artedomus, the application of Cotto Manetti terracotta in contemporary Australian architecture and design exemplifies the timeless and enduring qualities of this ancient natural material.
When the time came to upgrade the Wood Melbourne showroom, Oliver sought to create a space that would not only showcase products but simultaneously tell the Wood Melbourne story.
Axolotl’s story of persistence and innovation for over 20 years sees the brand at the forefront of creativity and technology in architectural surfaces.
The story of Concrete Collective, the Melbourne-based concrete design company, is built on a love of design and a passion for creation but, above all, on a foundation of staunch friendship.