At London Design Festival this year Goldfinger Factory and Arup launched their collaborative collection, Golborne.
Rebranding five years after launching an interior design studio that’s found a decent following and gained industry repute certainly isn’t an easy decision, but for Alicia and Kylie at GOLDEN, formally We Are Huntly, it was undisputedly the right one.
Muuto has been bringing genuine, modern Scandinavian design to a global market for more than a decade. Holly Cunneen recently caught up with Anders Cleeman, CEO of the Danish accessories, lighting and furniture brand, at the Living Edge showroom in Sydney.
Sydney Open returns 4-5th November in celebration of the harbour-side city’s most impressive, awe-inspiring feats of architecture and design. Architects, designers and design purists are set to see the city from a rarely available perspective.
The Make Nice Un-Conference For Creative Women was created by Ngaio Parr last year – and returns 22-23 September 2017 – to provide a platform for all female-identifying creatives to communicate, collaborate, and inspire one another.
Habitus recently partnered with I-Manifest and MINI to create a Micro-School of design in which high school-aged students would consider how architecture and design can bring awareness to future living habits.
Gretha Oost had an epiphany moment in 2012 and decided to rid the world of plastic water bottle pollution. It’s taken five years but, using art and design to inspire social and behavioral change, she has finally launched her first Art Fountain with the help of Zip Water.
An architect’s life is one of calculation, certainty, mathematics, and cold hard facts presented in a black and white manner. They don’t believe in coincidences – or do they?
The first 21 artists whose work will feature in the 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018) have been announced. A year out and we can hardly wait.
In Habitus #35 Kacey Devlin takes the principals of architecture, consciously or otherwise, and applies them to her eponymous fashion label. She teaches us that – as you should with all highly designed, highly crafted pieces – you invest in something, you take care of it, and you keep it.
Habitus #35 has hit newsstands, Stephen Todd has revamped our feature section turning it into In Habitus Veritas, and Don Cameron – who headlines the feature – graces our cover.