In the midst of the Milan Design week, Lee Broom has unveiled his latest lighting release in over four years: Divine Inspiration.
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.
Melbourne Design Fair opened last Wednesday and it’s an event not to be missed. We give you a run-down on what you can see – and collect, too.
Jack Lovel's ongoing project to document the work of Iwan Iwanoff is culminating in the launch of an updated hard cover edition of his book – Catching Light – alongside a special exhibition in Melbourne.
Opening for the first time since Sydney was plunged into lockdown in June, White Rabbit Gallery is back with its newest exhibition, Big in China.
Sampling the Future is a must-see event for those looking to the future and a better world. With design the protagonist, the exhibition showcases just what can be achieved when creativity, science and technology combine to find a pathway forward.
With his retrospective exhibition, In The Scheme Of Things, Nathan Yong continues his twenty year dialogue with Singapore's design community.
Since establishing his studio in London, Brodie Neill has worked with an impressive roster of clients and has founded a self-designed and self-produced furniture brand, Made in Ratio.
Broken Nature is an extensive exhibition that encourages normalisation of the perception that humanity may one-day face extinction.
As the Bauhaus marks its centenary with a year-long program of events, we take a brief look back at the history of the influential school.
Two worlds collide in the latest Arflex campaign, in which Australian art and Italian design come together in an inimitable collaboration.