Woods Bagot appoints Make’s Tracey Wiles as interior design leader

Woods Bagot Australia has snapped up former partner at Make Tracey Wiles to lead interior design in Australia and New Zealand.  Wiles has worked on a number of key hotel projects in the UK and Europe, major retail projects throughout Harrods’ flagship London store, private residences as part of Lord Foster’s personal team and, most […]

Timber triumph: Sebastian Cox

Meeting with Sebastian Cox at this year’s I Salone was an interesting affair. The British designer established his studio in 2010 in Greenwich, south-east London and now with a staff of 12 (plus Willow the dog) he creates bespoke furniture for those who love fine design, utilising timber taken from British woodlands by a very […]

Meet the IDEA jury series: Tina Engelen

In the lead-up to IDEA 2019, ADR is running a series of Q&As and profiles with this year’s jury. In the second instalment, ADR speaks to Tina Engelen, designer and principal at Co-ap. ADR: What’s the biggest misconception that people have about life in a design practice? Tina Engelen: That designers possess creativity – we also […]

At home with: Jeff Copolov and Kendra Pinkus

Jeff Copolov and Kendra Pinkus are a formidable design duo, having worked together at Bates Smart for 23 years. This year marks a change with Pinkus moving to Robert Mills Architecture & Interiors; however, this beach house is a place for them to come together and relax in beautiful surroundings. inside co-editor Jan Henderson dusts […]

How Jackson Teece redefined the role of a place of worship

Redefining the role of a place of worship within a community, the team at Jackson Teece draws on their experience of public buildings to create a village centre of consummate relevance. After securing the masterplan for Anglicare’s hospitality and wellness precinct, Heritage building Lober House, and additional retirement living accommodation at Anglicare’s Castle Hill site […]

Meet the IDEA jury series: Dan Cox

In the lead up to IDEA 2019, ADR is running a series of Q&As and profiles with this year’s jury. In the second instalment, we catch up with Dan Cox, director of interior design, Carr. ADR: What’s the biggest misconception that people have about life in a design practice? Dan Cox: That it is all […]

Milan trends

It’s always interesting to see the way colour and design move over the year and organically culminate at I Salone. With so much product on display, Milan is certainly the place to investigate trends or directions and emerging styles. This year it wasn’t exactly that ‘anything goes’, but there were two quite distinct streams of […]

Smarter than your average chair

‘Task’ and ‘chair’ – two simple words that when put together tell us all we need to know about the furniture they describe. A task chair is a simple piece of furniture designed with utility in mind, so that users can sit in it and think about nothing but whatever task they have to complete. […]

How IoT is shaping the office of the future

The Internet of Things (IoT) is set to radically change office life. With cloud- connected furniture beginning to penetrate the workplace, architects and designers are now starting to recognise the possibilities of a workplace where everything from a desk to a chair can gather data and intelligence that improves our working lives, writes Bob Stewart, head […]

Tête-à-tête with Studio Tate

Studio Tate is a collaborative interior design practice that is steadily climbing the ladder of success. Led by two talented women, it is a practice that knows what it wants and has a plan to realise every ambition. These days all good design practices understand that as much as exceptional creativity is paramount to success, […]