Nobody would argue over how important it is to support Australian design. Not just great for building the local industry, supporting Australian design will only increase the quality and range of design options available to us all
Created by compressing found wood shavings into a cone, cubes or rings, MOISSUE’s accessories play with delicate contrasts of soft warm wood and cold, solid stainless steel. Here we take a look at the team at work in their studio in Taiwan.
It's a nice idea to support emerging designers. But aside from that, what are the benefits of doing so? What do we as consumers get out of buying these new designs and what does it mean for the future of the design industry?
Barcode Room is a concept studio apartment composed of product furniture-walls which move freely from side to side, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.
Last week we looked at copyright and design laws, which relate to the form of a design. In Part 3, we discuss what can be done about the common practice of replica furniture being sold by association with the name of the original designer, design or brand.
Tané Andrews is a Sydney based artist whose work is drawn from the natural world but it is never constrained by it.
Blackheath-based design collective Studio Ham combines a quirky whimsy with strong design aesthetics. The out-of-the box husband and wife designers manage to put a creative spin on everyday items, creating a new form of practical art.
We've looked at a lot of exciting projects, met numerous Design Hunters and seen some fabulous product over the past month. But these were the stories you liked most. What's your favourite?
Sen.se has launched the advanced, smart Mother home and family monitoring system
85% of Geberit's products are behind the wall and they are a technically minded company. But they also recognise the value in aesthetics. This is why Geberit is entirely committed to their design collaborations; function must look good.
Pittella, renowned importers and suppliers of Italian door hardware and bathroom accessories, has unveiled their recently completed Hawthorn showroom, designed by Hecker Guthrie
Aesop recently reopened the doors on flagship Flinders Lane store following a visual makeover
A contemporary design by nature, Sharky features an extremely thin profile, giving it a clean and delicate form.
The globally renowned artist resides in Sydney for 12 days, encouraging us to take the time to take time out
Discover a whole new Australian design scene in Sydney this August
Get in touch with your inner child and inner architect at this interactive exhibition at the Museum of Sydney
A rugged and impressive drystone wall frames B.E. Architecture’s Whitehall Road Residence project