We chat to Stephen Burton, Creative Director of POMO about their Sunshine Coast studio.
No one takes down a painting after two years because it’s out of fashion - what makes design different?
Timeless Design – it’s a term bandied about the design industry almost more than any other. But what is it that makes a design truly stand the test of time
How important is it to design for a local market, and what benefits are there for designers who keep location a focus
It sounds great, 'Smart Home', but what does it really mean? How can our homes be smarter? How can we live more consciously? Sven Ehmann, creative director at Gestalten in Berlin, gives us his opinion. He suggests we begin by looking at each word individually: 'smart' and 'home'.
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
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?
Taking their long-standing partnership to the next level, Habitus and John Warldle Architects collaborate to host the LiveLife conversation at JWA studio in Rokeby St in Collingwood for Melbourne Indesign.
Habitus Deputy Editor Nicky Lobo wonders why we love it when people tell us what we want.
Michael Lowe is a graduate architect and fine artist based in Wellington, New Zealand. We talk to him about the "fantastic position" he is in between the designing and painting, how they cross over and one can teach the other.
She is originally from Malaysia, but these days Grace Tan calls Singapore home. It is here that she is pushing the limits of fashion design. Darlene Smyth asked her about her work and about what inspires her in her new home town.
What do we get out of an architecture or design talk? Nicky Lobo asks the speakers from Sydney Living Museums’ Iconic Australian Houses series.
Jess Scully, curator and collaborator of Vivid Ideas, challenges the arts and creative industries to build more interesting, creative and sustainable cities. As well as spearheading Vivid Ideas for the sixth year running, her current projects include TEDxSydney, Kids Hack Day and directing public art interventions for the City of Sydney and AMP Capital. DQ Editor, Sophia Watson, chats with the creative omnivore herself on Vivid Ideas – then, now and next.