Dark, cubic forms rise like a tower out of a lush garden in this Auckland home.
From Irving Smith Architects comes a house inspired by the form of a feather and designed for the ever-changing lifestyle of a family. Through fine detail and great thought, Feather House is a stand out, bespoke in every way to sustainably support its residents both now and in the future.
How does sustainability and materiality play a role in the design of our homes and the furniture we choose? Melbourne architect Clare Cousins and Great Dane founder Anton Assaad discover their similar outlooks to design, all with the new Ilse Sofa taking centre stage.
Just as design speaks to us through light, colour, form and textures, the question of design ethics is increasingly coming into the conversation. Asking and answering those questions is an important part of the process, according to leading designers.
In this essay, MK Leung, Director of Sustainable Design at Ronald Lu & Partners, explains what biophilic design is and how it is shaping our homes and apartments.
The DesignSingapore Council has released an initiative showcasing cross-disciplinary design solutions addressing sustainability as part of the Good Design Research program.