The Melbourne School of Design’s summer exhibition of graduating students’ work is going online with a virtual exhibition offering an insight into the future of design.
A core element of all VOLA’s creations and collaborations, sustainability and a commitment to having a bigger impact through using less drives the inner workings of the brand.
Recognised globally as a leader in environmentally responsible design, New Zealand based David Trubridge is arguably one the world’s preeminent lighting and furniture designers.
Rogerseller has long placed itself at the apex of design driven bathrooms. Reflecting its rich history of a family-owned business with a passion for beautiful design.
With more than 35-years’ experience crafting hand-finished door and window hardware, Windsor Architectural Hardware is motivated by a commitment to quality and a desire to go beyond traditional door.
This year, Thames & Hudson Australia celebrates 50 years as the country’s leading publisher of illustrated books with five new titles on architecture, interiors, furniture, lighting and landscape.
The Vivid Slimline SS Collection from Phoenix Tapware is designed with corrosion resistant material, allowing architectural kitchen and bathroom products to be featured in outdoor applications.
Living Outside – Reviving the Australian Modernist Garden by Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape
Living Outside sees landscape architects and frequent collaborators Sharon Mackay and Diana Snape take on a new medium, publishing a beautiful collection of contemporary gardens.
The release of Fisher & Paykel’s latest range of premium integrated refrigeration is designed to complement and extend the Series 9 Column Refrigeration models launched in 2018.
Representing a range of classic and contemporary designers and manufacturers, DOMO has become renowned for curating pieces that are at once desirable and memorable.
Coco Flip co-founder, Kate Stokes speaks to their recent ten-year milestone and their continued evolution as a brand and their new Northcote showroom.
BINQ Windows is leading the way with architectural window and door systems that play an integral part in building a sustainable future for generations to come.
From the far corners of Tasmania comes together a curated collection of work by designer-makers who are dedicated to their craft and altogether quintessentially Tasmanian.
Introducing Teno, the highly anticipated second product offering from award winning design studio Lumio that has to be seen (and heard) to be believed.
Australian designer Elliat Rich is proud to introduce her latest collection, Different Thoughts, for Stylecraft.
Founded on principles of quality and sustainability, grazia&co exemplifies a long-established dedication to supporting and promoting local furniture design in Australia.
Issue 04 Feature
Blurring the Line Between Inside and Out – Trace Dining Collection by Tait and Adam Goodrum
Designed by Adam Goodrum, Tait’s the Trace Dining collection sees a transitional resort-style assemblage imagined blurring the lines between inside and out.
With bold forms and vibrant colours, Workplace exemplifies how Laminex can be used to create custom furniture and fittings that bring to life an inspiring working environment.
Fisher & Paykel’s design and development process is strongly informed by dialogue with architects and designers, and the Future Design Workshop has been integral to broadening this discussion.