Reclaimed timber spouts from Wood Melbourne
An Australian first, these timber spouts are made by hand in Wood Melbourne’s West Brunswick workshop and offer a natural and high-quality alternative to the traditional standard spouts found in most homes.
Nendo’s new Fusion collection for BoConcept
Designed for Danish furniture maker BoConcept, ‘Fusion’ by Nendo is a thirteen-piece collection of furniture and homewares inspired by the traditional Japanese art of origami.
Flynn Talbot‘s Primary lighting installation
Flynn Talbot‘s Primary is a three-sided wall installation that is illuminated by three LED light sources. It is named in reference to the primary colours of light, red, green and blue (RGB).
Fable collection by Ross Didier
The pieces recall the simple objects familiar to children’s folklore. Interpreting the humble setting and tradition of children’s fables into modern designs, Didier’s new collection can fit a range of decor settings.
Charles Kalpakian for Dar en Art
Designed exclusively for Dar en Art, the new collection features the Ahlan seat, the Hawa folding screen and the Nour lantern – with each piece drawing inspiration from Middle Eastern and oriental patterns.
Featuring the new Olio Objects collection
The new Duo range that is to be launched at Design Junction in London in September features a palette of copper and wood on a variety of pieces including, candelabras, table lamps, side tables and coffee tables.
Support local design this Easter with Peter Mclisky’s Rabbit
Hand painted and available in a number of colorations, sizes and finishes, the Rabbit sculptures are both charmingly fun and cleverly conceived to cast elegant shadows.
Cassina redevelops Le Corbusier’s classic sofa
The original sofa was custom-designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand for the living room of Corbusier’s new apartment in Paris.