Using the original Lexi range as a springboard and minimalist architecture as inspiration, Phoenix Tapware has released a new range of mixers and outlets with a streamlined, linear profile.
Introducing NIDO by Windsor Architectural Hardware, a new range of door hardware defined by clean lines, robust materials and quality craftsmanship.
VOLA’s Brushed Gold range captures the essence of luxury through a heightening of the everyday, where the tactile and textural considerations of the finish add an intentional richness.
Brickworks Building Products announce its latest publication Materiality 2021 – an exploration of brick and block in contemporary Australian and American architecture.
Crafted in Byron Bay with an honest approach to a contemporary spirit, JD. Lee touches down on hand turned lathe work.
Cult introduces its Considered Collection, a curation of pieces from the Cult range that meet at least one of three key sustainability credentials.
ADesignStudio’s light installation in BarLume is a considered constellation. Rows of suspended bulbs hang above patrons creating a luminous sky and a warm wash of even glow.
The Royce armchair by Nikolai Kotlarczyk is an embracing lounge chair with an avian inspiration. Reminiscent of rainforest fauna, its form enfolds the sitter in curving wings.
With bends and curves of the kind usually seen in metal furniture, the Again Collection by TON is a timber seating series with a light yet sturdy, nostalgic yet timeless aesthetic.
Designed around the twin ideals of ‘kitchen perfection’ and ‘design freedom’, Fisher & Paykel’s latest Minimal Range of cooking and companion appliances is a marriage of form and function.
Stryüm, the new custom range of woodgrain finishes from Fairview, offers architects the ability to deliver a timeless and inspired vision.
With Melbourne Design Week in full swing, over 300 events, exhibitions, workshops, and panel discussions are taking place throughout the city, online and across Victoria.
Embracing a human-centred approach to lighting, ILANEL Design Studio celebrates a decade of visionary design, continuing a legacy as one of Australia’s leading luminaire designers and makers.
From computer science to managing director of Artedomus, Phil Brenton, may have followed an unconventional path yet has become a key figure within the local design industry.
A grand, turn-of-the-century home restored to its former glory and updated for modern life by Doherty Design Studio provides a fitting backdrop for Volume 2 of GlobeWest’s 2021 Collection.
Købn is an Australian textiles brand seeking to provide the perfect summer companion through its recently released cotton linen collection.
Slattery & Acquroff Stairs, now in its fourth generation as a family owned business, is currently celebrating the milestone of a century in business.
Dangar Barin Smith has forged a signature landscape aesthetic celebrated for its quiet brilliance, with depth, restraint and seasonal delight.
Driven by a curiosity to probe the limits of spatial relationships and contribute to the bigger picture of society at large, Studio Bright’s work is grounded on principles of experimentation.
Melbourne Design Week’s prolific satellite program celebrates design as an agent of change, reaffirming Melbourne’s status as a powerhouse of design creativity.
HC28’s new Cosmo collection is a range of sophisticated and contemporary furniture designed, as the name suggests, to complement a cosmopolitan lifestyle.