Designer and Art-director of 56thStudio Saran Yen Panya is inspired by the mundane.
The Parison pendant seeks to choreograph imperfection, and control failure. Nat Cheshire describes the process.
From using it as a tool for ventilation to employing concrete for aesthetic purposes, we look at 6 homes across the Habitus region that use this robust material as a feature.
Artist and textile designer on the rise Shilo Engelbrecht gleaned inspiration from Greece’s sacred, UNESCO world heritage site, Delos for her recent small capsule collection Andamento
Once a chicory kiln, House for Hermes on Philip Island, by Andrew Simpson Architects, is now a spacious weekend retreat for a Melbourne family. Imbued with history and attached to location.
The owners of this house at Sydney’s Whale Beach wanted a house they could “hose down” – in keeping with the great Australian beach tradition. Heather Barton visited this house by architects, Cullen Feng, which enjoys sublime views down to one of Sydney’s finest beaches and north along the coastline.
A contemporary design by nature, Sharky features an extremely thin profile, giving it a clean and delicate form.
From sell-out shows in Los Angeles and the Guggenheim Museum, New York, comes the National Gallery of Australia’s summer blockbuster James Turrell: A Retrospective.
Bruns Acoustics blend old world craftsmanship, modern technology and quality acoustics. Made by hand in their Brunswick Heads workshop, we hear about the loving process behind the TIMBRE wireless speaker.
The Artex kitchen system demonstrates Poliform's 44 years experience in design, manufacture and technical innovation.
Featuring bold, colourful sculptures and installations, Emily Floyd: The Dawn is a survey exhibition of selected works from Floyd’s remarkable fifteen year career from 21 November 2014 to 1 March 2015 at NGV Australia.
Last week the collaborative exhibition Tandem opened in Sydney. The night saw some exciting works and inspired people.