The grand dame of Scandinavian design – Nanna Ditzel – was recently celebrated in a delightful exhibition and soirée, hosted by Great Dane and Georg Jensen.
Aditi Sharma leads her own interior design studio and jewellery brand in New Delhi, India, both of which explore materiality and local craftsmanship.
The beauty of nature has always been calming and fruitful source of inspiration for design, and with Wildflower, Dinosaur Designs channels it into true beauty.
There is no better environment to look at a Tiffany diamond than one with an abundance of natural light. That is what Richard Moore had in mind for Tiffany & Co.’s recently opened new flagship store in Sydney.
For Studio Elke’s Elke Kramer, design is a constant work in progress, and she finds herself consciously going out of her way to create designs that no one else is creating: “As soon as you find yourself pinpointing a single influence, I feel like I’m becoming a cliché, so I try my best to eject that from my work.”
Yioryios is a Sydney based artist with a passion for architecture and abstract form. Drawing inspiration from Sydney’s iconic Opera House, his ‘Distorting the Inherent’ exhibition is an exploration of translating architecture into sculpture. Christina Rae reports.
Created by compressing found wood shavings into a cone, cubes or rings, MOISSUE’s accessories play with delicate contrasts of soft warm wood and cold, solid stainless steel. Here we take a look at the team at work in their studio in Taiwan.
The Concrete House Ring (featured in the Habitus Pavilion at this year’s Sydney Indesign), has launched a DIY version on kickstarter.com – an innovative and creative idea to involve consumers in creating their own jewellery.
With Australian jewellery and its creators enjoying wide success both domestically and abroad, we thought this week we’d give you a selection of our favourite established and up-and-coming Australian jewellers.