A Tom Fereday-designed range of seating that pays homage to film director Wes Anderson has been launched by The SD Element.
Cameron Bruhn reports from the 2015 Maison&Objet international fair in Paris.
Cameron Bruhn reports from the 2015 IMM Cologne international interiors show in Germany.
Sydney’s Splinter Workshop designs a bespoke collection in American hardwood.
A sculptural chair, contoured for body comfort, by Ivan Woods.
A new Australian design collaboration.
A stool made from reclaimed timber by Jardan.
Contemporary moulded plywood chairs at Stylecraft.
Furnishings and material finishes from Houses 90.
A sneak peek at product releases from the 2013 Milan Furniture Fair.
Sculptural timber furniture and interior objects from Houses 89.
Hand-made Austrian furniture and cabinetry from sustainably grown hardwood.
Finalists for The Edge emerging designer competition announced.
Flexible seating system from Zenith Interiors.
Outdoor furniture and materials from Houses 88.
Smallroom by Ineke Hans for Offecct.
Houses magazine’s favourites from the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Artichoke magazine’s pick from the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Classics and re-issues new to the Poliform collection.
Seating, tables, beds and storage units from Houses 79.
Workplace design from Artichoke 34.
Landscape elements from Landscape Architecture Australia 129.
Giovanna Dunmall sums ups what the world’s key design manufacturers offered at the 2012 Milan Furniture Fair.
Herman Miller Sayl Chair in Minnie Pwerle fabric.
Household products from Houses 78.
Distinct designs from a craft-based Japanese furniture maker.
Household products from Houses 83.
Hotel design fittings from Artichoke 39.
Products from Landscape Architecture Australia 134.
Curvaceous fittings and furniture from Houses 86.
Featured in Landscape Architecture Australia issue 133.
Stackable Tote stool by Convert Studios.
Baresque Studio Collection has launched Botanist – a range of benches and side tables by world-renowned designers.
Innova recently launched a synthetic hide, Supelle, which combines style and function for high-traffic upholstery.
La Scala stool by Ute Design is stackable and designed for both commercial and residential use.
New South Wales-based designer Charles Wilson recently launched a new stool and side table.
A collection of home products from Houses 85.
Designed in 1955 by Arne Jacobsen, the Series 7 chair is now available in a new series of veneers.
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