The fourth biennial Australian Furniture Design Award has been announced, with registrations now open for aspiring designers and architects to be considered.
Danish company Kvadrat has unveiled Technicolour by Peter Saville – a collaboration that celebrates the visual craft and sculptural elements of textile design and production.
Joined by Living Edge CEO Aidan Mawhinney, Tom Dixon returned to The Manzoni to present an exclusive exhibition of his latest lighting ranges.
Melbourne-based architecture and interior design firm Taylor Knights has designed the 2021 National Gallery of Victoria Architecture Commission, in collaboration with artist James Carey.
Presented by The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Design Week 2021 commences in September for a two-day digital Design Summit, exploring Hyperconnectivity and the ties that bind modern society.
Applications are open for the Melbourne Design Week 2022. Commencing on Thursday 17 March next year, the dynamic international event will run over 11 days.
Delivering bespoke joinery and furniture solutions, FAF Woodwork & Design is driven by a traditional focus on quality, precision and detail.
Collaborating with photographer Victoria Zschommler, Melbourne-based lighting and furniture brand B-TD has recently launched the collection Materials + Machines + Makers.
Available through Artedomus, Agape has launched a new collection of bathware, modifying and immersing contemporary design classics to suit outdoor landscapes.
A Quiet Command – The Fereday Ottoman by Tom Fereday and the Art Gallery of New South Wales
With restraint and poise, Tom Fereday recently collaborated with the iconic Art Gallery of New South Wales on an ottoman seating collection for the entire gallery.
Melbourne based company Sussex becomes the first tap manufacturer in Australia to be certified as carbon neutral by Climate Active.
Goodman Australia’s new Sydney flagship office rejects the traditional working environment, instead embracing an open and light-filled space that encourages productivity.
Coastal Court sees Bower Architecture institutively respond to the natural elements on site, in proposing a forever home intended to patina and pattern in harmony with the elements.
Tim Ross, is a performer and self-proclaimed “design geek” who has devoted a large portion of his career to the promotion, procurement and protection of Australian design.
New Zealand brand Douglas and Bec relaunches as Snelling – a multidisciplinary studio persistent in its commemoration of innovation and craftsmanship.
Through natural materials and lush greenery, Robert Plumb opens a new store in Waterloo, bringing together exceptionally crafted pieces and continuing to position locally made brands in the spotlight.
Globally renowned for his numerous gallery exhibitions as well as his largescale, site-responsive projects, Ash Keating is an artist who grapples with gravity on a regular basis.
Andrew Parr from SJB Interiors will present The Design Coach’s latest Interior Design Masterclass, The House Made Me Do It.
Originally unveiled in March at Melbourne Design Week, Cultivated is the latest in-house sustainability effort from furniture supplier Cult Design.
Coinciding with their Quadragennial celebrations, DOMO has opened a new flagship showroom located on Richmond’s iconic Church Street.
The Australian community embraced Melbourne Design Week 2021 with enthusiasm, showing an elevated appetite for design as a source of creative inspiration and a meaningful agent of change.
Not yet two years old, interior design studio YSG has already had an outsized impact on Australian design, renowned for interiors that feel like intricate set pieces.