Exploring the World of the Stone Age Folk

Leading quartz manufacturer Caesarstone has unveiled the first installment of its yearlong collaboration with designer Jaime Hayon, the Stone Age Folk

Have you heard? Habitus has a new Guest Feature Editor

As a journalist, Stephen Todd has always preferred to go off-piste, seeking out subjects others routinely pass by. Now, he’s doing just that within the pages of Habitus for your Design Hunter reading pleasure.

The State of Architecture + Design Today

Across Asia Pacific, the A+D creative and commercial community is enjoying a particularly favourable position. But, how did we get here?

Who Has Changed the World of Design … For YOU?

Indesign’s Luminaries return in 2017 for our inaugural INDE.Awards. Meet the shortlist.

Put it to the People

The INDE.Awards 2017 is proud to announce that voting for our People’s Choice categories is now open. Vote for your 2017 INDE Prodigy now.

The machine is no longer the enemy

The Trend Union Seminar – forecasting Southern Hemisphere-lead trends in fashion, textiles, colour design and interiors – is on in Sydney this Wednesday (11th) and in Melbourne this Thursday (12th).

Sandra Tan – meet our Melbourne Editor-at-Large

Fresh faced and rearing to go, meet the newest addition to our team.

Who’s Afraid of Colour?

The National Galleries of Victoria is colouring perceptions of Indigenous women’s art, one exhibition at a time.

Meet the timber craftsman from country Western Australia

Is the age of authentic craftsmanship dead? Western Australian timber designer and maker Nathan Day proves bespoke woodwork is very much still alive.

Who is Jesse Bennett?

In 2013 he established his namesake practice, a boutique architecture and interior design firm built on the philosophy of creating joyful spaces that inspire and enrich daily life.

INDE.Awards 2017 : The Worry + Wealth of Global Design

Global. Regional. National. What does it all REALLY mean? In 2017 for our inaugural INDE.Awards, we’ve selected an incredibly diverse lineup of judges to bring you an international perspective on design in our region

The Hair-Raising Work Of Madeline Isakson

Adelaide is the modern Laurel Canyon of the arts scene.

Get Off The Grid

A festival that finds its roots in London had its biggest and most successful party last year in Melbourne – this year, they’re back in a big way.


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