• Capital gains: Canberra’s design scene

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    Looking beyond the roundabouts and political machinations, our nation’s capital is fast becoming a breeding ground for a new generation of Australian furniture and object designers, as MEZZANINE finds out.

  • Clean lines: focus on sanitary ware

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    When design maestros, such as Stefano Giovannoni and Philippe Starck, turn their minds to bathroom sanitary ware, you can be sure this once utilitarian space in the home will never be the same again. Featuring a special blend of pragmatism and panache, new sanitary ware designs are elevating the humble bathroom, improving its form, functionality and hygiene quality.

  • Flat-packed with designer cred?

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    With icons like Tom Dixon and Danish brand Hay now in collaboration with the Swedish furniture giant, why is IKEA still such a dirty word in design circles?

  • Pieces we love: ACME&CO

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    “[These artefacts are] a collection of some pieces that we have acquired and others that we dream of…” Vince Alafaci and Caroline Choker from award-winning design practice ACME&CO pursue a style that is simultaneously eclectic and minimal. The pair share some of their most sought-after objects with inside.

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