A much-loved staple on the design calendar, Saturday Indesign will once again light up Melbourne in 2020.
Saint Moritz is all about redefining global standards of design. Developed by Gurner with a selection of the best interior designers and architects, Saint Moritz is set to change the definition of luxury waterfront living.
Now on exhibition at StylecraftHOME’s Melbourne showroom, Lines and Tangles is the culmination of architectural photographer Dianna Snape’s love affair with Tanzania.
The next talk in the Australian Architecture Association’s series will look at the magnetic pull of Louis Kahn’s seminal 20th century icon – the Salk Institute.
A home to escape to while remaining utterly connected to its surrounds, Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan presents an island-like dwelling within a rapidly changing streetscape.
Bringing quality design to Australian shores, FLOC Studio represents four incredible European brands, all from its Geelong base. It’s coastal living at its best.
Design and architecture have a way of getting under your skin. For many designers, it becomes an all-encompassing part of life. This was certainly the case for our Saturday Indesign Ambassador Tom Reid.
As long-time collaborators and supporters, Stylecraft has joined a growing list of design suppliers that will be opening up their showrooms for Saturday Indesign, 22 June.
For Foolscap Studio’s Jess Humpston, travel, fashion and craft are all jumping off points for creativity. Here, we chat with the Saturday Indesign 2019 Ambassador about working between different scales, and a craft-driven approach to design.
From relationship building to experiencing the latest unique and creative design interventions – Saturday Indesign brings designers something completely unique. And here are just five of the reasons why you should get involved.