The new era of concrete furniture and homewares has landed with the arrival of Nood Co.
Cover Image: Max Dupain Australia 1911–92 On the beach. Man, woman, boy 1938 gelatin silver photograph If Modernism came late to Australia, it also didn’t come easy. While the European Modernists – Gropius, van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Co – emerged from World War One determined to devise a brand new world, Australia would only […]
We all know the benefits of investing – whether that be in office space or R+D – but don’t underestimate the power of investing in today’s young prodigies.
As Habitus #36 hits stands this week we invite you to explore alongside us how design has the ability to nourish us. And with a focus on the kitchen and bathroom, we look at these spaces as reflection of the inhabitants’ personality and lifestyle – seeking out the thought behind the process. Here are the first words from the Nourish issue.
A new exhibition running from 27 May to 23 July at the Campbelltown Arts Centre is a vehicle of expression for local Artists on Western Sydney and all of its conceptions, misconceptions, past and future.
Taking a modular approach to architecture, Marcus Browne has developed ‘mishack’, and in doing so, is providing the benefits of architect-designed homes at a more affordable cost.