Trent Jansen in Milan
“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.
Pushing boundaries with Manuelle Gautrand
Manuelle Gautrand is a French architect who creates buildings and interiors that push the boundaries of style and innovation. Inside magazine chats to Gautrand about the highlights of her 25-year career, throughout which she has created countless projects that embrace people and places.
St George’s Barangaroo branch receives 6 Star Green Star rating
St.George’s Barangaroo branch has been awarded a 6 Star Green Star – Interiors rating, becoming the first bank branch and the first retail fit-out in Australia to achieve the impressive rating.
Table talk with Nathan Day
Spending three days exploring the depths of north-western Tasmania with Nathan Day, Western Australia’s first formally accredited furniture-maker, is as much an education in timber as it is an eye-opening experience.
The rise of online shopping continues to present a challenge for brick-and-mortar stores, with architects and designers evolving the retail experience in attempts to engage hands-on, real life shopping.
AM Architecture’s Sorrento sensation
Andrew Mellios was given a brief to design a seaside home on the Victorian coast with heritage and a vista that defies description. inside co-editor Jan Henderson steps inside the Sorrento Beach House to experience the exceptional levels of style and substance it provides.
Creative continuum: Enoki’s Hindmarsh Residence
Associate Professor Joanne Cys visits the Hindmarsh Residence for inside magazine, exploring a project that pays homage to the old and welcomes the new in design and utility, form and function.
Exploring art with DiMase
Wander along St Georges Road in the Merri Village precinct of Fitzroy North and a delightful visual experience awaits. Via a shop-front window exhibition of sculptures and creative objet, DiMase Architects is engaging with the residents of their neighbourhood, providing accessible art and promoting a vehicle for interaction.
There’s nothing slack about Breathe’s latest office fit out
Slack, the messaging app for teams, launched its Australian office in Melbourne’s heritage Carlton Brewery last week, designed by Breathe Architecture.
Sharp detail: Smart Design Studio
inside‘s co-editor Gillian Serisier chats to Smart Design Studio’s William Smart about his conscious decision to limit the firm’s size to 45 and to only work on projects that suit the practice’s capacity for creativity and style.