Husband-and-wife team Vince Lim and Elaine Lu have gone from strength to strength since they founded design studio Lim + Lu two years ago. Tamsin Bradshaw finds out how they combine love and work on a visit to their fresh, flexible home in Hong Kong’s Happy Valley.
With a 20-years-in-business milestone under his belt, who better to talk to than CULT founder and Managing Director Richard Munao about the changing landscape of design consumption in Australia.
The Singaporean-born and based, Central Saint Martins-educated designer founded her eponymous studio in 2013. Since then her portfolio has bounced back and forth between industrial and spatial design.
A child of the left wing intelligentsia, Penelope Seidler was never just the wife of one of Australia’s most notable architects. We visit her at the home she and Harry designed.
An interior designed by Takenouchi Webb is never dull. Layers of details come together, creating sophisticated and spirited backdrops for the hospitality and Food & Beverage industry.
In 2015 local designer Rachel Vosila challenged existing perceptions, as well as her own, of what a chair could and should be designing one chair a week for a year, her One A Week Project. Now, she’s interested in telling stories through families of furniture.
With each new clients comes a new relationship to nurture, encourage and provide for. Habitus speaks to fledgling, Bangkok-based design studio Anonym on their developing residential portfolio and increasing international attention.
With the recent launch of Gone Troppo, the eye-catching collection inspired by the Australian landscape, we talk to Julie White about creativity, nature and formed her signature style.
Sophia Watson lifts the veil on luminary architect and academic Lindsay Johnston, a brilliantly performative designer using architecture as a medium to express his personal, nomadic experiences and his cheeky, rebellious character.
At a time when Kuala Lumpur is looking to soaring glass towers as a symbol of its development, Eleena Jamil sees the virtue in a kind of architecture more deeply rooted in place.