An initiative of the National Gallery of Victoria in collaboration with the Melbourne Art Foundation, the inaugural Melbourne Design Fair runs from 16 – 20 March and fuses the two worlds of art and design with collectible pieces.
When self-taught ceramicist Eloise White scored herself a spot in JamFactory’s associate program, she cemented her name as one of Australia’s up and coming ceramic artists to watch.
The Jolley Pendant Light – designed by JamFactory’s Head of Ceramics Stephanie James-Manttan – is a further example of premium Australian designer products.
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.
We chat with Stephanie James-Manttan, an Adelaide based ceramicist and head of JamFactory’s ceramics studio. Stephanie shares insights into the production processes that went into creating two new products for Jam by JamFactory.
Soon to be alumni JamFactory associates, these three emerging furniture designers/makers are destined for acclaim — but not without an official introduction.
AFDA 2020 is open to all Australian designers and makers, with participants having to provide new and original furniture design concepts by 22nd November 2019.
Last week Koskela played host to a little slice of South Australia in their Sydney Showroom, with a special JamFactory pop-up store taking residence till the end of December.
To create a better future we have to learn from the past and, in part, that’s what this collaboration between seasoned professionals and the relatively new kids on the block is doing.
A collaboration between JamFactory and the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, WOOD: art design architecture, is an exhibition exploring innovative and outstanding uses of wood in contemporary Australian art, design and architecture.
The Adelaide-based creative studio expands its catalogue with a range of seven hand-made products that convey it’s driving philosophy of ‘design + craftsmanship’ at this year’s Design: Trade: Made.