“For us it’s not about architecture, it’s more about the big social problems,” says Martin Bergmann from Austrian practice EOOS. inside co-editor Jan Henderson speaks with EOOS and Knud Erik Hansen of Carl Hansen & Søn about their collaboration, Embrace.
Continuing the brand’s active involvement with all fields of design, COS collaborated with local design pair Daniel Emma to create a three part installation inspired by the timeless COS white shirt.
Legal union: Castan Chambers
inside co-editor Jan Henderson witnesses a change of design guard in Melbourne’s legal precinct, at new chambers designed by fmd Architects with interior architecture by Gray Puksand.
Darlinghurst design: Bar Brosé
Defining inner city cool, Luchetti Krelle’s design for Darlinghurst venue Bar Brosé is as light as air.
EOOS collaborates with Carl Hansen & Søn
Susan Muldowney visits a Victorian terrace in inner-city Melbourne to discover a home with two faces by Dan Gayfer Design that makes the most of the spatial footprint below and the natural light from above.
Jin Kuramoto: designing a viewpoint
In the suburbs of Tokyo there is a designer quietly working his way to international prominence. inside co-editor Jan Henderson visited the studio of Jin Kuramoto to speak to the man who is challenging design boundaries.
Pacific lighthouse by SJB, Koichi Takada and PTW
Taking full advantage of the penthouse position overlooking Bondi Beach, the Pacific Lighthouse apartment by SJB, Koichi Takada and PTW posits ‘barefoot glamorous’ as a perfect inner city back mode.
Greg Natale Design headquarters
Greg Natale’s new space is a symphony of black, white and grey – print, pattern and panache as Sarah Hetherington discovers for inside magazine’s twentieth anniversary issue.
Industrial design meets fine arts practice
Tucked under a winter embrace, take a sonorous sojourn into the elements. Through the slipstream of mirrored surfaces, and autumnal colourings, a playful carousel of industrial design emerges from the sketch books of our modern-day artisans.
Macmasters Beach House by Arent&Pyke
Nothing says Australia quite like the eponymous beach house. Yet for years the interior language of these cherished abodes has stagnated at the height of Baby Boomer chic circa 1960. Gillian Serisier looks at a wonderfully contemporary iteration for inside magazine.