Tag: Furniture Design
The pioneering designs of Italian furniture studio Cassina are now available from Australian furniture company Mobilia.
Flirty ceiling lights, Dadaism and centuries-long glass making tradition are just some of the highlights at the 2018 Maison&Objet fair in Paris.
A showcase of furniture pieces designed and made by graduate students at the Melbourne School of Design.
Australian and New Zealand designers were well represented across the world’s most important design fair.
An installation for fashion brand Cos by Daniel Emma inspired by the classic white shirt.
Iconic furniture by famed Australian designer Grant Featherston is recast and relaunched in a new collection.
Our highlights from the 2016 edition of Denfair design show in Melbourne.
SP01 from Space Furniture has launched a new furniture collection.
Adam Goodrum, with his installation of miniature foldable, flatpack, perspex houses, wins 2015 Rigg Design Prize.
With a love for solving problems and exploring the potential of materials, Nick Rennie of Happy Finish Design has created a series of refined objects.
New Zealand design studio Anaesthetic explore materials and forges strong relationships with manufacturers
The different styles and techniques of three young designers are brought together to create Lab De Stu.
New Zealand design company Resident follows the ‘think local, act global’ approach to production.
Herman Miller introduces a unique new collection of furniture for the healthcare sector.
Young designers from across Asia have been acknowledged in Singapore at 2015 Maison&Objet Asia’s Rising Asian Talent showcase.
Artichoke editor Cassie Hansen reports from the 2015 Maison&Objet Asia fair in Singapore.
Rory Morgan of Maker Studio explores combinations of timber and fine steel in furniture.
Domo presents Living It Large in Small Spaces, a Ligne Roset exhibition curated by Hecker Guthrie.
An exhibition of Ligne Roset furniture curated for modern apartment living.
Australian designer furniture you can customise and assemble yourself.