A New Normal shows Melbourne how it can transform from a consumer to a producer of energy by 2030, with a strategy that would pay for itself in less than 10 years.
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.
Melbourne-based development and investment group CADRE has emerged with a strong vision and uncompromising ideology to produce beautiful, innovative and enduring spaces.
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.
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.
The Studio Kitchen by Kennedy Nolan is a design whose small size belies its unexpected generosity and high degree of functionality.
Headed by founding directors Brian Bass, Alex Popov and Natalija Sarar, the PopovBass team continues to sculpt the built fabric of cities both near and afar.
With over 30 years of manufacturing experience, Australian Sustainable Hardwoods takes an environmentally conscious approach to its timber products, prioritising sustainability without sacrificing.
Continually experimental, Fox Johnston is a Sydney-based studio practice that searches to push the envelope through innovation and testing the untried.
With ‘TV show host’ recently added to his list of accolades, Melbourne-based architect Luke Fry, of multidisciplinary practice Luke Fry Architecture, is one to watch.
Made Studio Adds New Showroom and Ecommerce Platform to Its Handcrafted Furniture Line
Established by design duo Peter Kinnear and Garrett Lark, Made Studio is an Australian manufacturer that produces handcrafted furniture for both residential and commercial environments.
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.
Back Through the Iron Curtain – DPRK: North Korea in Colour, The Extended Series by Dave Kulesza
DPRK: North Korea in Colour, The Extended Series by Dave Kulesza, premiers of the 5th of December at the Fenton & Fenton showroom in Prahran, Melbourne.
Rufus Knight’s work today demonstrates the power of that original intuitive impulse that sought to explore and create connections throughout the spectrum of creative modalities.
Shannon McGrath is a renowned name within the architecture and design community. Her intuitive work evokes a sense ofbalance and calm, beautifully capturing light, space and form.