• The future of hotels with Rosie Morley

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    “The perception of luxury has largely shifted, particularly in the Australian context.” Carr Design Group’s Rosie Morley discusses the contemporary shift in hotel design, and their current hotel project in Mornington Peninsula.

  • Hides to seek: the return of leather

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    In line with the resurfacing of timber and other natural materials in interior and furniture design, leather is on its way back and not always as you would expect. Stephen Todd looks at the ways the material is being used in product and interior design for MEZZANINE magazine.

  • Milan with Chris Hardy

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    “In my opinion, Hay seems always to be creating a buzz, and this year at Milan was no different.” Following his trip to Salone del Mobile, Canberra-based furniture designer Chris Hardy gives his insight on the stand-out exhibitions and highlights this year.

  • Creating homes for intergenerational living

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    With open-plan living on the way out and our homes becoming hubs for multifunctional inter-generations, MEZZANINE magazine explores how the facilitation of privacy and social interaction inspires the decisions architects and designers make when forming the spaces we inhabit.

  • Trent Jansen in Milan

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    “I feel that we are in a very conservative cycle of design,” says Trent Jansen. The acclaimed designer touched down in Milan as part of the exhibition New Craft, with his Briggs Family Tea Service design on display as part of XX1 Triennale International.

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