Q&ADR: Hayball’s Sarah Smith

ADR speaks to Sarah Smith, who started her career designing prisons and has since moved on to work at Hayball in the education sector. She discusses the transition from designing correctional centres to designing schools, how the layout of schools is changing, and her favourite space in Australia – by Johnson Pilton Walker.

At home with Mim Fanning

Miriam Fanning is one of Australia’s leading designers, with the Midas touch when it comes to making each and every project a winner. inside co-editor Jan Henderson rings the bell of Fanning’s very own private door and finds out about the space Fanning calls home.

In conversation with Gabriel Abrahams of Atelier de Troupe

The sights and sounds of Milan can be overwhelming, but in amongst the noise was a stand with elegant and eye-catching product. ADR editor Aleesha Callahan chatted to the founder of LA-based lighting and furniture brand Atelier de Troupe, Gabriel Abrahams, to find out about the mid-century influences and how it all got started with Ace Hotels.

Q&ADR: Sharyn Lowe of Flaunt

ADR talks to Sharyn Lowe – managing director of Flaunt Media and Marketing. Lowe manages the PR for many clients in the art, architecture and design sphere, and discusses her love of design, how architects and designers can market themselves better, and who she has her money on as the next big thing in Australian design.

Q&ADR: Anne-Claire Petre of anaca studio

Jewellery for the bathroom

Bathroom Butler is a leading manufacturer of bathroom accessories and heated towel rails. Bathroom Butler is progressively changing the way home owners perceive their bathrooms with the appliances and accessories they choose to install.

Gavin Harris: drawing forwards