Living Edge

Living Edge

Living Edge

Living Edge is the foremost design destination for architects, interior designers, design enthusiasts and those who share discerning taste. We’re committed to authentic design, and providing our clients with the most distinguished and desirable products available.

Brands like Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, Vitra, Howe, e15, Prooff, Established & Sons, BassamFellows, BD Barcelona, Muuto, Stellar Works, Lasvit, Wonderglass and La Chance have exclusively chosen Living Edge for their representation across Australia.

Visit us in store or online and you’ll find a unique edit of timeless designs from the world’s most established and forward-looking luxury furniture brands.


Showroom Locations

Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.


Products

Order By: Newness / Product Name
A-Joint Desk

A-Joint Desk

Living Edge
Folk Ladder Desk

Folk Ladder Desk

Living Edge
Uten.Silo II

Uten.Silo II

Living Edge
Rime Pendant Lamp

Rime Pendant Lamp

Living Edge
Oslo Stool

Oslo Stool

Living Edge
Nerd Chair

Nerd Chair

Living Edge
Cliff Suspension

Cliff Suspension

Living Edge
Atomium in Brass

Atomium in Brass

Living Edge
Laurent 04

Laurent 04

Living Edge
375 Armchair

375 Armchair

Living Edge
Polder Sofa

Polder Sofa

Living Edge
Crosshatch Chair

Crosshatch Chair

Living Edge
Blow in Navy

Blow in Navy

Living Edge
Monkey Side Table

Monkey Side Table

Living Edge

Projects Featuring Living Edge Products


Latest Living Edge News

43 design-led products to create your dream home office

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Raheen by C Kairouz Architects

The timeless appeal of Raheen House by C. Kairouz Architects

Original character seamlessly intertwines with modern living at Raheen House – designed by C. Kairouz Architects – where the unique vision transcends the boundaries of time.

Habitus Christmas Gift Guides 2023 – The editor’s picks

Whether hunting for the perfect present for a loved one or simply doing some window shopping of your own – this is the definitive guide to the most covetable design products for the festive season.

Unabashedly bold – 123 House is a living tribute to community and craftsmanship

It’s not every day that an old petrol station is transformed into a quirky and clever home, but 123 House by Neil Cownie Architect is just that, and so much more.

A home where country meets city living

DKO Founder and Principal, Koos de Keijzer, and Clemence Harvey de Keijzer, Director of Harvey Taylor have transformed their country home into an off-the-grid haven in Central Victoria.

Al fresco impact

The furniture edit from Living Edge that has the power to transform the way we enjoy the great outdoors.

Residing in nature

Cool and minimal, Forest Villa takes its design cues from the natural world and translates them into an exemplary built form where a family lives in peace and tranquillity.

Where light and foliage are perfectly framed

Designed by Ming Architects in Singapore, the theme of framing defines many aspects of this house — nature, light, shadow and the daily activities of family life.

Design’s big day out! Melbourne delivers a sun-drenched Saturday Indesign

Saturday Indesign was bursting with energy and excitement in 2023. We bring you the wrap on all the insights from this year’s design extravaganza.

Greg Natale clashes colour and pattern with Brazilian brutalism

Channelling Brazilian brutalism, Greg Natale set out to make this house exceptional, fusing patterns, textures and colours in a decidedly local flavour.

Saturday Indesign Afterparty comes to Industry Lanes

It was the grand finale on a big day out in design: the Saturday Indesign Afterparty in Melbourne kept the buzz going with a DJ dance floor, tracks on a sax, and Handpicked Wines and Sopra Seltzer to celebrate. Scroll the highlights here!

Explore the world of design and art: The Habitus and Living Edge guide to Sydney Contemporary

In a partnership set to explore the nexus of design and art, we’re thrilled to be collaborating with Living Edge at Sydney Contemporary, where Habitus is an official media partner. Expect playful design expressions, and delightful design tours with two of Sydney’s leading stylists.

Gabriel Tan on the serendipity that brought his new range for Herman Miller to life

Designer Gabriel Tan reveals the inspiration and ideas behind his new Luva seating collection and Cyclades tables for Herman Miller.

This Villa is a grown-up designer playground

Effectively designed as a living space that centres on art and design, every moment of this home is keyed to discovery and fun.

Iconic 20th century female designers

7 iconic designs by equally iconic 20th century female designers

These are names you would have heard and furniture pieces you’ve no doubt seen before because these 20th century female designers crafted pieces that are still in production and remain effortlessly modern today.

Saturday Indesign is your go-to source of the latest design knowledge

Discover all the presentations, panels and workshops in our 2023 SID program.

The low down on the Richmond Precinct at Saturday Indesign

Richmond is one of the biggest Saturday Indesign precincts, and it’s set to bring its A-game.

The coastal container home of an interior and set designer is full of theatricality

At home in the beautiful coastal village of Bundeena in the Royal National Park, south of Sydney, interior designer Kelly Ross, her partner Jimmy Lister, their son Luka and dogs Billy and Ray (with plans for a grumpy ginger cat to call Cyrus) are shifting the paradigm on coastal living.

The Wrong Shop at the right place

Marking its first showcase in Australia with a collection of works from contemporary designers, The Wrong Shop is putting on an exhibition hosted by Living Edge.

A Brisbane warehouse residence that leaves traces of the past

Respecting the heritage ingrained in the building, Carr has created a modern and minimalist case for living well.