WALLPORN by Megan Morton: a designer’s Christmas wishlist
Curated by Morton, the collection is designed and made in Australia by four local craftspeople, each contributing an item to create a unique tableau and liven up walls.
Philippe Stark designs Broom barstool for Emeco
An evolution of Starck’s previous collaboration with Emeco, the popular Broom chair, the Broom barstool boasts similar green credentials.
The Chair-ity Project Auction
A diverse group including Adam Goodrum, Coco Flip, Dinosaur Designs, Ken Done, Hecker Guthrie and Romance Was Born have recreated an iconic chair to raise funds and awareness for deserving charities.
German bathroom design on show at Bathe’s Oktoberfest launch
Bathe presents technology that turns your bath into a speaker and an illuminating shower head at a recent launch in South Melbourne.
Mood inducing, spectacle signalling, hip hallmarking or functionally illuminating, lighting permeates every interior design from foundational proposition to finishing touch. An article by Adrienne Hughes, featuring works by Tom Dixon and Ash Allen, takes a detailed snapshot of current directions in international and Australian contemporary lighting.
The Plyber Chair – 10 years on
Eric Steigerwalt, current Creative Director Asia Pacific for global insurance brokering firm Marsh, reflects on winning the Concept award at IDEA 2004, in an interview with CATC student Clinton Moore.
London Design Festival
The London Design Festival is an annual design event, conceived by Sir John Sorrell and Ben Evans. The event promotes London’s creativity, drawing in the country’s greatest thinkers, practitioners, retailers and educators. Genevieve Murray reviews this year’s festival for ADR.
Emptying the void
Twin Peaks returns to television screens in 2016; who can forget its bizarre closing sequences? But where did David Lynch get his inspiration and how does it tie to architecture?