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Design Hunters: Woods and Warner

Sonia and Jacinta meld design and decoration to create beautifully resolved and considered spaces for their clients with a creative approach to colour and an innate fearlessness of combining pattern and texture.

So, You Think You Can A+D?

2017 marks the inaugural year of the INDE. AWARDS: Indesign Media’s latest offering to Asia Pacific’s A+D community. But does our industry need another award? YES. Here’s why…

Design Hunter® Q+A: Ross Didier

Melbourne’s Ross Didier has recently launched a new range of furniture, the Congo Collection. The range continues Ross’ success story since launching his studio in 2000, which led to more than 25 successful range launches in both local and international markets.

Design Hunter® Q+A: Paul Hotston

Architect Paul Hotston, of Phorm Architecture, thinks every kitchen should have morning winter light and his favourite drink is Hendricks gin. Of course we want to hear more.

7 Design Hunters’ Favourite Chairs

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?

Design Hunter Q+A: Studio Pardon

With their home as their studio, their studio their home, the Studio Pardon, Lise and Ben, are a true Design Hunters. Here we talk teddy bears and pastry, not sitting and the DAA…

Design Hunter Q+A: Sally Taylor

With their relatively new recycled timber furniture business Timbermill growing steadily, director Sally Taylor is suitably inspired. She loves fresh flowers, Japanese food, and champagne, and of course, wood.




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