Fine lines: designing furniture with Keith Melbourne
Mezzanine’s Marcus Piper chats with Keith Melbourne, a new breed of furniture designer who is fusing industrial processes with creativity to help local industries forge ahead.
Brooklyn by JEB International
2015 was a huge year for JEB International, signalling the company’s move into a new global headquarters in Hong Kong.
The Sen Tapware System by Curiosity for Agape
The groundbreaking SEN Tapware System designed by Curiosity for Agape is a celebrated study in minimalist design, and is now available in Australia for the first time through Artedomus.
The deconstructed workplace
As workspaces deconstruct and home spaces veer towards more broken plan configurations, room dividers are set for a revival.
Hang Loose by Yellow Diva
Though an object of whimsy perhaps more easily incorporated in the home setting, Yellow Diva’s sleekly designed swing seat is being specifically marketed towards forward-thinking offices, looking to establish a sense of fun at work.
Herman Miller’s Carafe Table
With the line between work life and home life increasingly blurring, shifts in design are inevitable. In order to cater to a society that regularly works from home, Charles Wilson has designed a table for Herman Miller that keeps all your cables and paperwork hidden discreetly below the dining table for when the dinner bell rings.
RAFT: is this the future of office furniture?
At first glance, Justin Hutchinson’s new RAFT collection appears decidedly too ‘casual Friday’ for the corporate environment.
Back to work with the slickest privacy pods and screens
Amid the bustle of the office, there are still times when peace and quiet is called for – especially as we ease back into work in 2016. Luckily, all it takes is some clever thinking around privacy and screening to create a mini hub for creativity and concentration.