The environmental issues facing the world today are of such a scale that they cannot be solved be the actions of any one person alone.
For a solo designer, running their business can be difficult and isolating. The Design Coach is responding by creating a community and educating designers through Masterclasses workshops and coaching.
For the residents, this building is radically different to normal apartment living. Emphasising communal spaces, Nightingale 1.0 has fostered a community who genuinely who care about each other.
King Living will launch new designs from their collaboration with designers Charles Wilson and Tom Fereday at Denfair in Melbourne this month.
Sustainability is a concern for any designer working with timber, so when the AHEC challenged 8 of Australia's highly regarded designers to reimagine one of their designs, they rose to the occasion.
The 2018 Victorian Architecture Awards showcased another incredible year of exquisite work, illustrating that there is no limit to Australian talent.
TIDE Design releases its latest collection, The TIDE Autumn Series, a captivating range of furniture pieces with minimalistic design elements and enduring appeal.
Techné Architecture and Interior Design, gives us an insight into working with iconic brands and how they inject their unique passion and creativity in to each of their projects.
Denfair Melbourne is not far away - from June 14th-16th the design community comes together for three days filled with the best local and international design, displayed at the Exhibition Centre.
Adelaide based designer Rhys Cooper has released his first ceramic series ‘U Vase.’ Distinct from any of his previous work, the range is comprised of singular, simplistic objects.
Sustainability, or the impact our profession has on the environment, is a subject we all talk about. But how much are we actually doing about what we are leaving behind for future generations?
Designer Rugs' newest collection with interior designers Hare and Klein beautifully combines painterly, abstract qualities with the centuries-old traditional hand knot technique.
The Australia Pavilion at the 16th Biennale di Venezia Architettura has seen 10,000 plants become part of a multi-sensory living installation.
Minnie Pwerle's work is known for her free and energetic use of line and colour, creating paintings that appear strikingly contemporary while also imbued with meaning and tradition.
Passionate about design in all its forms, Richard Munao has his sights set on the future of the Australian design landscape and believes Australian designers are on the cusp of a global movement.