I’m angry … I’m very, very angry. On TV last night was a minor celebrity spouting inoffensively about the topic at hand and there, on the …
Selected news stories from Artichoke 36.
A selection of news stories from Artichoke 36.
Innovative stands, new products and interesting topics for discussion – these were the mainstays of this year’s Designex.
The winners of the 2011 Dulux Colour and Fly Forbo awards.
A collection of news stories from Artichoke 36.
The editor’s favourite products from Artichoke 36.
It’s a burgeoning science, but creating environmentally efficient alternative materials has more importance today than ever before. This book aims to connect the research and …
This book describes and discusses projects that border on the urban and interior realms.
This monograph tells the story of Dutch product designer Hella Jongerius and her experimental career.
Design theorist Tony Fry looks at how flawed contemporary politics are not dealing with current sustainability issues.
As the design world anticipates Milan 2012, Penny Craswell reflects on this year’s furniture fair.
Working across a range of products and materials, British designer Benjamin Hubert was prolific at the 2011 Milan Furniture Fair.
Using contrasting light, colour and materials, Brizzi and Riefenstahl Studio created a “palace of secrets.”
Flos, BMW and Cocksedge created an installation all about a trick of the light at the 2011 Milan Furniture Fair.
Timber was teamed with whites and greys – or with bright colours – at the Milan International Furniture Fair in 2011, with an emphasis on materiality and form.
Salone Satellite is a space to see some of the best emerging design talent, thanks to curator Marva Griffin.
Cecil Balmond’s creation for the new Targetti and Louis Poulsen showroom is based on fractal geometries.
Milan’s Euroluce exhibition displayed new shapes, technologies and references to the past as seen in 2011.
Taste, touch, sight and sound create a lasting impression at the Ludlow Formation by Maddison Architects.
What makes the work of Spanish designer Jaime Hayón so distinctive? We posit some theories after meeting him in Milan.
Experimental with forms and materials, these Brazilian designers owe much to their collaboration with Edra.
Boontje talks about how sewing and embroidery inspired his chair, stool and light for Moroso – Stitched.
In only its second year, Ventura Lambrate is gaining momentum as destination for emerging and cutting-edge design.
A functional, inviting venue, complete with highly considered spatial planning and details cherrypicked from history.
SJB designed the interior to suit the local beach culture with references to its namesake – an iconic rock ’n’ roll venue.
Coop Creative has created a chic hotel in this converted Queenslander without losing the feeling of home.
A fourteen year tale of a futuristic architect crafting a new icon for one of the world’s most forward-thinking cities.
Hassell has created an open, transparent workplace for Downer EDI.
With recycled timber, paste-up graphics and urban texture, this Grill’d restaurant is certainly “not your usual burger joint.”
A striking glass shopfront and an undulating timber ceiling create warmth and life at Pony.
Xilo’s founder Jim Barbounis and chief designer Dan Jenkins reveal their love for all things timber.
Emeco has teamed up with Coca-Cola to produce a new indestructible chair, this time made from recycled plastic.
Rooftop Honey is trying to increase bee numbers by installing beehives and collecting honey on Melbourne rooftops.
Slovenian-born, Auckland-based Gregor Kregar is a sculptor whose recent works explore repetition and reflection.
Colin Seah talks about experiential architecture, which he achieves under the mantra “question, disturb and redefine.”
Riddel Architecture’s new studio in Brisbane respects the original 1950s architecture with an ethos of minimal interference.
Hames Sharley and Silver Thomas Hanley make sense of a complex brief without compromising aesthetics in this hospital.
Stefan Diez’s chair for Wilkhahn, Chassis, has a saddle-like seat welded to a frame of sheet metal.
Ryan Russell’s designs for four new Crumpler store interiors use materials from the Crumpler bags in unexpected ways.
What makes a design studio tick? We ask Vince Frost from Frost Design.