A seminar space called The Happy Place and a glamorous bar provided some memorable settings at Designex (14–16 May 2012) in Sydney.
A powerful supplement for creativity and inspiration, showcasing over one hundred of the best contributions to sustainable design.
Profiles of designers whose work show the infinite and entertaining potential of the print medium.
The relationship between design and writing is examined on a number of different levels.
Giovanna Dunmall sums ups what the world’s key design manufacturers offered at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Retail and hospitality design specialist Mark Landini talks about running a small studio.
Colin Martin reflects on a 2012 exhibition that explored the themes of postmodernism and commodity culture.
Restaurants, cafes and bars along Melbourne’s South Wharf Promenade reference the area’s maritime history.
Twenty-five years have passed since the Aesop story began. We take a look at two recent additions.
Artichoke magazine’s pick from the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Prolific and at ease with his craft, Antonio Citterio gives an insight into his design and architecture work at his Milan studio.
Changing technologies are driving a shift towards an experimental process-driven design.
Timber chairs are all the rage, but they are not just a trend for Mattiazzi.
A store in the centre of Milan shows why Paola Navone is sought after as a creator of magical experiences.
Adam Goodrum and Nick Rennie launched new products at the Milan Furniture Fair.
This project by Paola Navone and Zaha Hadid features flashes of electric blue among a botanical oasis in urban Milan.
The bathroom and kitchen exhibitions at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair featured innovations in technology and materials.
The adaptive reuse of materials allows for the retrieval of lost spaces in the creation of new ones.
The Apollo restaurant in Sydney, with interiors by George Livissianis, peels back layers of the building’s history.
An inner-Brisbane laneway bar by Marc & Co uses its gritty setting inside an old loading dock to advantage.
How a region-wide caffeine addiction spawned an innovative coffee culture and distinct design aesthetic.
Melbourne practice Herbert & Mason give Sydney a chic shrine to coffee in a former printing factory in Surry Hills.
Techne Architects revives a Melbourne pub with fictional narratives and building salvage.
For a local bar and bistro in Fitzroy, SMLWRLD architects use a firey yellow and bluestone as the signature.
A multisensory installation by London design practice Studio Toogood that demystifies wine.
Created by artist Christian Marclay The Clock is a twenty-four-hour artwork and timepiece.
Liminal Spaces created an immersive, experiential and highly intelligent set design for the opera The Barbarians.