Brodie Neill is making waves – that is ocean waves – with a new exhibition in London. He’s creating products from ocean plastics, reclaimed timbers and circular metals, to raise awareness of re-use through great design.
Art isn’t limited to the walls of your interiors: the furniture we choose can be art in its own right and every piece in the Sit Range by Daniel Emma for jam, does exactly this.
For the 70th anniversary of the iconic chairs in Hans J Wegner’s First Masterpieces collection, the range is getting an exciting new update courtesy of London’s Ilse Crawford.
After two years in the making, we welcome Decade by Blu Dot: the timeless plastic chair that is here to stay for a good, long time.
For CULT, a well-designed workspace is key to achieving a productive and exciting work from home experience. And their new ‘Ready-To-Ship Home Office’ packages are ready for the job.
For over four decades, Italian furniture brand, Cattelan Italia has created a new narrative for residential living – one that’s more than meets the eye.
Think ‘more is more’, but with a method. This Habitus Loves list is a combination of layers, colours and patterns that create a dramatic interior.
The warmer weather is upon us, and with it comes new designer opportunities. The Sunshine Mariposa chair is the perfect way to appreciate the outdoors, and outdoor design.
Inspired by a single photograph on a pin board, the Art House Collection is Jardan exploring how furniture can be a holistic addition to any home.
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.
The chair is by far one of the most significant pieces of furniture aside from the table and the cabinet. ChristelH’s “P” series explores this historically rich piece of furniture.
In 56th Studio’s collection ‘Caricature as Furniture’, we see a different kind of seat. These chairs are communicative, exploring Pop and Hollywood culture through a graphic style inspired by caricature.
As we explore The Art of Lounging, we seek out the best of the best. Today we look to our Design Hunters to identify the top chair models out. There are certainly some classics, but what’s your favourite?
From Spanish design group Forma 5 comes the Dot.Pro Chair, inspired by ergonomic design in every aspect, and with effortless style.
Grace is a chair with an aesthetic element in line with the most current trends of living.
A unique outdoor collection of 18th century inspired chairs, sofas and dining settings for gardens in search of an old soul.
With its simple and fresh design, Blom is a comfortable, joyful collection with a distinctive sculptural element at the same time.
The Gallery of Australian design opens a new survey into Australian
chair design featuring some of the country’s most prominent designers
Working from home may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there’s something comforting in the idea of a ‘home office’, where we choose when to work and how. Most importantly, we can make it part of our way of life. Here are 8 of our favourite products for the home office.