Mac Nordman is a Swedish designer who followed his instincts to study in Australia, 22 years later and his passions have led him to create prototypes in-between set designs on films.
In establishing a new life in Copenhagen, Australian designer Nikolai Kotlarczyk uses his experience of being a newcomer to nurture new design ideas.
Liew Yu Hua is a Singaporean designer-maker who draws inspiration from the untold stories of nature to create furniture and objects mindfully.
Putting artisanal skills front and centre, Great Dane has always focused on fostering collaborations with highly skilled makers across Scandinavia – and it shines through in the timeless products.
Whether designing buildings or furniture, or working from a base in Byron Bay or in Sydney – the approach Daniel Boddam takes is always about striking a balance.
For furniture designer James Howe, the path that led him to where he is has been unconventional but no less adventurous.
With JamFactory launching Jam – a new all-Australian line up of locally designed and manufactured products, furniture and lighting – we chat with Rhys Cooper, whose Cusp Collection features in the Jam range.
Soon to be alumni JamFactory associates, these three emerging furniture designers/makers are destined for acclaim — but not without an official introduction.
Furniture designer and maker Martin Johnston is continuing his family legacy in Byron Shire, working with craftsmanship techniques and machinery inherited from his father.
Residents of King George House in East Freo, Perth, by Robeson Architects enjoy the confluence of commercial and contemporary in this bold design.
With his retrospective exhibition, In The Scheme Of Things, Nathan Yong continues his twenty year dialogue with Singapore's design community.