London-based designer and creative spirit, Adam Nathaniel Furman, has harnessed the subversive, affirmative and joyous powers of cuteness and the unexpectedly queer to bring us the PHaB chairs.
The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
In collaboration with Broached Commissions, celebrated Australian designer–maker Jon Goulder has crafted a collection of limited-edition furniture that recounts his artisanal heritage.
As the name implies, each piece from Marz Designs’ Terra collection of architectural lighting is made from Earth’s natural materials; timber and clay.
The National Gallery Victoria (NGV) and Stylecraft have officially announced the shortlisted designers for the Australian Furniture Design Award 2020.
Built on a wealth of knowledge and a passion for valuable design, Seaton McKeon of studio.mckeon, in collaboration with James Laffan, presents the latest furniture collection, Neatt.
In its 75 years in the business of bathroom design, iconic Australian bathroomware brand Caroma has seen plenty of change. At least one thing however, has remained a constant.
Just as important as the houses our Region’s talented architects create, are the products we put inside them. Here, we’ve highlighted some of our favourite new designs that were recently released.
Authentically handcrafted and masterfully finished; sustainably designed and environmentally friendly. What’s not to love about Artisan Australia?
Having previously brought us the winsome Michelle and Caristo chairs, London-based designer Tim Rundle and esteemed Australian design brand SP01 have taken their collaboration to the next level.
Australian-owned developer, Central Element, proves that downsizing need not mean a compromise on quality finishes, fixtures and fittings with its latest boutique development, Mera by PBD Architects.