With a prolific output of 30 to 40 new prototypes ready for manufacture each and every year, Nick Rennie is a busy man at the vanguard of Australian product designers.
ADR travels with inside co-editor Jan Henderson as she visits Cognac, taking us on a tour of the Martell estates, one of the area’s most elegant sites.
With an unrivalled location that offers spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, this project by KPDO is the epitome of great design, leaving nothing to chance in the pursuit of perfection.
Park Street Office
Luchetti Krelle’s Park Street Office, shortlisted in this year’s IDEA, creates a calm and sophisticated working environment that captures the bustling views of Hyde Park.
Nick Rennie: designing the world
East Gallery House
Working with no change to the existing footprint, ROAM Architect’s rethinking of this interior is as much about optimising space as it is about realigning the interior to the client’s idiosyncrasies, writes Adrienne Hughes for inside.
Tom Fereday: the art of honest design
“My career in design was somewhat an accident,” reveals Tom Fereday, in this insightful Q&A – the first conversation in a series highlighting the talented shortlist in Zenith’s Emerging Designer category at IDEA 2016.
University of Queensland Oral Health Centre
Michelle Bailey visits the robust interiors at the new University of Queensland Oral Health Centre for inside, and finds that a new benchmark in health centre design has been set by Cox Rayner Architects in association with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel.
IDEA Shortlist Series: Student Administration Services Centre
Shortlisted in this year’s IDEA Public Space Category, Geyer’s tech-savvy interior for the University of Sydney delivers an open and collaborative experience to support the student lifestyle.
IDEA Shortlist Series: Eat Burger by Amber Road
In the lead up to the highly anticipated IDEA Gala Party in November, ADR shines a light on the projects that could bring home a trophy. Amber Road’s pastel-hued Eat Burger in Cronulla is a fresh take on the beachside diner, shortlisted in this year’s Hospitality category.
Objects of desire: Stephan De Roeck
From Tokyo to London and now Hong Kong via Berlin, De Roeck has spent the last 10 years creating bespoke tours of interior design and architecture for design professionals.Speaking to inside, the design specialist extraordinaire shares the top five objects he has encountered on his travels.