We chat with partners in life and work – Garth Elliott and Alyssa Sheldrake – and hear about the early days of ZETR, juggling a fledgling business and a new family, to breaking into the design industry with a unique product.
Beyond its beautifying powers, Koichi Takada believes architecture has a responsibility to perform – with consciousness and ambitiously so. His recent Urban Forest and Sunflower House projects are an open invitation for architects to align with these goals, and exceed them too.
Derek Wrigley believed that design had the power to change the world for the better, and by taking a look at his 70 plus year career in design, it seems he was right.
Pepa Martin and Karen Davis explore Japanese textiles and printmaking, extending their creativity into artworks, wallpaper and prints – all under the moniker Shibori.
We look at the factors that are seeing a surge in multi-generational living across Australia – from connection to family, the economy and the recently announced tax exemptions.
Whether designing buildings or furniture, or working from a base in Byron Bay or in Sydney – the approach Daniel Boddam takes is always about striking a balance.
Reflecting on his own journey to create his dream home, writer and design lover Stephen Crafti muses on what makes a ‘good client’ and ultimately what makes a good design outcome.
We condense the insights of four business owners who are each contributing to a greener future by shaping brands, products and buildings that stand on strong ethics.
Salvador Farrajota founded The Artificial in 2015, an architecture studio based in Brisbane. From making the leap to go out on his own, to finding a community in custom motorcycles, we find out what makes him tick.
Art historian, published author, museum director, cultural consultant and Global Emissary for SCCI, Dolla Merrillees’ talents and wisdom are wide-ranging. We find out how design and art influence this Habitus Design Hunter.