The INDE.Awards 2022 shortlist for The Health and Wellbeing Space invites perusal with creativity and innovation at the forefront of designing for a better life.
For Foolscap Studio’s Jess Humpston, travel, fashion and craft are all jumping off points for creativity. Here, we chat with the Saturday Indesign 2019 Ambassador about working between different scales, and a craft-driven approach to design.
Registrations for Saturday Indesign are now open! As we get closer to the day – Saturday 22 June – we’re working with this incredibly talented and diverse group to make sure it’s the most engaging it can possibly be. Meet our 2019 Saturday Indesign Ambassadors.
The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.
Architects, designers, and their hospitality savvy clients are well aware that the interior architecture of a cafe, restaurant, wine bar or cake shop can take patrons to the next level of brand experience.
‘Community’ was the dominant theme at the INDE.Awards 2018 Gala in Singapore. It was a celebration of outstanding design, architecture, material and culture as well as an opportunity to knit together a stronger fabric for our regional industry.
If you missed the INDE.Awards gala evening revealing the winners to the our region’s premier architects and design awards program, or had too much fun to remember all the finer details, fear not. Here, we’ve published the full list of winners and honourable mentions.
The Domaine Chandon Winery has been a fixture of the verdant Yarra Valley for over 30 years. So when the global Moët Hennessy sparkling wine house approached Melbourne designers Foolscap Studio, the stakes were high to not only produce a high-end hospitality experience for the new world, but also preserve the legacy of a three-decade old icon.
Foolscap Studio founder and director Adele Winteridge talks to Elana Castle about the deconstructed, futuristic design of Sensory Lab’s first freestanding store on Collins Street, responding to the ritual of a morning coffee in the context of modernist architecture.