Rothelowman’s Mat Dalby unpacks technology-driven office design

Mat Dalby, principal of interiors at Rothelowman writes how technology-driven office design can help us work smarter. I don’t think there’s been a more exciting time since the industrial revolution to be alive. As one of those fortunate young people who knew what they wanted to do from really early on, I’ve been able to […]

How designer Nina Maya switched from fashion to interiors

Very few take the opportunity to switch career paths at the height of their success, but in 2012 this was exactly what Nina Maya did. Having graduated with a design degree from UNSW COFA (now UNSW Art and Design), majoring in textiles and graphics, Nina Maya took a position with Italian fashion house Grazia Bagnaresi […]

At home with: Yasmine Ghoniem

Half of one of the most extraordinary young design practices, Amber Road, Yasmine Ghoniem takes us inside her beachside apartment. inside: How long have you lived here and what drew you to the property? Yasmine Ghoniem: We purchased the property in November of 2017. We spent six months renovating, then work commitments had me in […]

Sophie Safrin and Karen Daroff on what makes good design

As the two Australian winners of the 2018 Shaw Contract Design Awards prepare to depart for their winners trip to this year’s Art Basel Miami, two of the program’s Final judges, Karen Daroff of Daroff Design and Sophie Safrin of Hot Black weigh in on their definition of good design, observed trends and the future […]

Turner hires Kristi Wayman as director of interiors

At home with: Pascale Gomes-McNabb