Exclusively housing Paola Lenti’s outdoor and accessory collections, the new dedece showroom features a refreshing layout, coupled with a visually dynamic charm.
Applications for The Design Coach 2022 Scholarship Program are currently open to members of the design community, facilitating personal growth and professional development.
Softer Volumes: Cafés is the first hardcover publication by Australian design and lifestyle publisher Softer Volumes. The special release coffee table book showcases exceptionally designed cafés.
Registrations are open for the 2022 NGV Architecture Commission Design Competition. Every year, multi-disciplinary teams are welcomed to submit proposals that challenge.
Melbourne-based furniture design company grazia&co has opened a new Sydney showroom. As a natural next step for the company, the business continues to support locally manufactured furniture.
Living Edge has launched The Design Studio – an in-house interior design service inspired by the company’s desire to work with clients and industry professionals in the curation of their spaces.
SJB has won the Social Impact Category in the 2021 Good Design Awards for the Nyul Nyul Community Packing Shed in Kimberley, Western Australia.
Jade Yarbrough and Danielle Robertson have launched Merci Maison – an aspirational and accessible online store featuring a curated selection of quality and contemporary products.
ZETR 12 – a sleek offering of surface-mounted light switch plates and outlets – has received a Good Design Award Gold Accolade, recognising the range’s innovative and timeless design.
There is something enigmatic about the work of artist Stanislava Pinchuk – a distinct spirit, consistent across all her outputs, which stems from a wholehearted commitment to a singular vision.
Brickworks Building Products consistently champions sustainable design and enduring innovation, producing quality products, unwavering in purpose and poise.
The most recent evolution of boutique timber retailer Made By Morgen is a warm and welcoming showroom that connects the community to not only product but process too.
Despite having worked with plaster for many years, it was not until moving to Australia in 2014 that Stephen Carlier began to produce his artwork.
Megan Moton’s work as a stylist is layered and far-reaching, underpinning all her endeavours from architectural collaborations to running The Studio and The School, and leading guided trips overseas.
The first solo exhibition by Benedict dos Remedios for contemporary art gallery Chalk Horse, Catfished features a series of large-scale paintings depicting exotic orchids.
Fisher & Paykel’s Trade Resources offers industry professionals and detail-focused clients the extensive tools and resources required for design and installation.
Echoing the adaptable nature of its versatile furniture designs, an exciting merger sees Derlot Editions and Les Basic collaboratively converge as new brand, Derlot.
Delivering bespoke joinery and furniture solutions, FAF Woodwork & Design is driven by a traditional focus on quality, precision and detail.
New Zealand brand Douglas and Bec relaunches as Snelling – a multidisciplinary studio persistent in its commemoration of innovation and craftsmanship.
Four leading architectural and multi-disciplinary teams have been shortlisted in the NGV Contemporary Design Competition, progressing to the final stage of conceptual development.
Mud Australia crafts individual porcelain pieces, combining innovative exploration with a sophisticated element of play, and has recently launched a terrazzo range, celebrating one-of-a-kind pieces.
The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) presents Discovered – an international exhibition dedicated to showcasing 20 young designers as they reflect on life in a pandemic.
Paul Barbera puts felines and their opulent lifestyles on display in his new book Where They Purr, exploring the relationships between homes and their cat occupants.