1-OK CLUB launches at the National Gallery of Victoria

1-OK CLUB has launched this week with a collection for the NGV Ian Potter Design Store at the National Gallery of Australia running from 6 August to 7 September

Meizai introduces the 304 collection by Bentu

The 304 collection of lighting and planters is a classic example of Bentu’s simple, yet innovative design talents

Shiawase Banana for Unifrutti Japan transforms the humble banana

Nendo has come up with a unique design to properly showcase the Japanese Shiawase Banana

Designing nature with the Lazy Season Pot

The Lazy Season Pot was born of a desire to celebrate and engage with the natural world through uncompromising design and resolved practical solutions

See MOISSUE at work

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.

Paper Saver: Green answer to paper waste

Paper Saver is a newly released notebook that will change the way you think about paper and a greener world

New Nendo lamp channels Japanese beauty.

Nendo has released the kurage lighting fixture, created in collaboration with Italian designer Luca Nichetto

New bespoke winter fabric range from Kate & Kate

With colder days now upon us, why go without great design when keeping warm?

Antonio Arico makes a splash with new jug

Antonio Arico has created a stylish new water carafe that channels the fluidity of water and the strength of ice

See some of the artists ARNDT represents in Singapore

In Habitus 27 we meet Matthias Arndt, a German-born, Singarpore-based gallerist, art collector and dealer who in 2013 opened ARNDT Gallery in Singapore - sister to ARNDT Gallery in Berlin. Here we look at some of the Asian artists ARNDT represents at Gillman Barracks, as well as pieces from Matthias' personal collection.

This artist draws the intricacies of the natural world

Tané Andrews is a Sydney based artist whose work is drawn from the natural world but it is never constrained by it.

Is creating a small, functional & aesthetically pleasing bathroom really that hard?

The question of whether one can make a small bathroom functional, without compromising on aesthetics, is common to anyone looking to renovate. Will the room feel cramped? Does it have to be plain? The answer is no. Combining practicability and visual harmony is possible, and actually not so difficult.

Why Amanda Dziedzic chose the hottest form of design

Blowing and shaping molten glass at temperatures higher than 1000°C is hot work to say the least. So how does Amanda Dziedzic make it look so cool? Susan Muldowney chats to the Melbourne-based artist about her fiery obsession.


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