The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
Having previously brought us the winsome Michelle and Caristo chairs, London-based designer Tim Rundle and esteemed Australian design brand SP01 have taken their collaboration to the next level.
Forget the straight lines and hard edges of minimalist design. Curvaceous shapes, sculptural forms, modular sofas and chunky lounge furniture makes for a room that loves to be lived in.
Channelling the soul of this coastal New South Wales site, Renato D’Ettorre Architects has created a mystical and multi-award-winning residence for a young family of five.
With the design industry focusing more on sustainability, we took to the streets of Milan during Salone in search of the brands that are doing it best.
For a young family in Melbourne’s bayside suburb, Robson Rak designs a home that balances an L.A. Pavilion-style with heritage Victorian features.
Lee Broom draws a parallel between the 18th century and present-day social attitudes in his latest lighting installation, Park Life, for Space Furniture.
Can a 439 square-metre-house in Vaucluse really balance geometry and geography without compromising? Crescent House by Matthew Woodward proves it can.