Harper & Sandilands: Cabinetry panels and custom doors
Cabinetry panels are designed to replicate the popular aesthetic of individual floorboards being used to construct cabinetry and furniture pieces. Harper & Sandilands provides cabinetry panels, available in a range of colours and ordered to size.
The anytime office: furniture for an adaptable workforce
Any space where one has internet access and can sit comfortably with a laptop is a workspace away from the office. In response, Arper has created a collection of furniture that embraces these demands, providing pieces that are committed to adaptable, flexible design.
Flexibility in the workplace with UCI’s sit-stand workstation
To bring some movement into the work day, UCI have developed the Paradigm electric sit stand workstation, which engages the latest technology to allow staff to sit or stand with ease.
Arper brings life to the workspace
ADR takes a look at three of the latest pieces from Arper, with two contemporary classic seating options and a playfully stylish acoustic wall panel launching at Stylecraft’s Sydney and Melbourne showrooms this month.
Shining a light on Indigenous craftsmanship
From the tropical forests of Elcho Island comes a range of lighting that simply cannot be replicated. MEZZANINE takes a look at Yuta Badayala (In a New Light) – part of an ongoing collaboration between Sydney furniture studio and store, Koskela, and the Yolngu weavers of the Elcho Island Arts Centre.
Move freely with the 3.60 chair by Forma
Collaborating with ITO Design, Forma 5 have developed 3.60, a task chair that allows the user to move freely through longitudinal and lateral movements in its design.
Hides to seek: the return of leather
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.
Yellow Diva’s two penn’orth
Yellow Diva has released the 2UP candle holder, inspired by the game played by soldiers throughout WWI – an Anzac Day tradition still currently illegal on every other day of the year.