ACME&CO: ones to watch
In three short years, ACME&CO has made an indelible impression on the local architecture and design industry. Its creative and innovative work has been recognised as design of the highest order, deserving of its many accolades.
Tokyo: design inspiration
Nine hours and a million miles away, Tokyo is an endless resource of inspiration for those redefining the spaces and places we inhabit.
Jon Goulder: all in hand
Designer and maker Jon Goulder brings worlds together through his material approach and an inherited legacy. MEZZANINE speaks with JamFactory’s current creative director
Designed with experience
The best hospitality experiences give patrons a sense of their unique flavour, whether this derives from the food, the location, or another inspiration entirely. Penny Craswell examines the finer points of hospitality design for Mezzanine.
QT and Chillax by Nic Graham
Borne of a passion for furniture design, which Nic Graham quite candidly states will never make him a rich man, the ever-growing collection from this preeminent Australian designer is extraordinary.
An interview with Lee Broom
Lee Broom is a designer definitely going places. He burst onto the design scene with his own practice some eight years ago and hasn’t stopped making waves since. (inside) speaks with Broom as he sweeps a design path through London and Europe.
Industry’s first trend forecast released next month
In anticipation of the February release of Niche Media’s first ever Global Architecture and Design Forecast, we introduce the esteemed co-directors of the trend report, Dr. Paul McGillick and Stephen Todd.
Stable mates: Simon Ancher Studio
It has been a big year for Tasmania-based Simon Ancher, settling into his new store and studio, exploring the potential of a new resource of salvaged timbers and furthering his range of handcrafted furniture – all while running the furniture department at the University of Tasmania and spending time with his three boys.
Jackson Clements Burrows Architects named designer of 2015
(inside) magazine recaps a stellar year for Melbourne-based architecture and design practice JCB Architects, who took out top honours to win both the Designer of the Year and Multi Residential categories at last year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
Beyond the surface
Solid surface applications seem to be limited only by the creativity of the designer or architect, giving designers of all disciplines a new way to approach traditional material concerns.