For some contemporary furniture and object designers, the ill-fated Brutalist architectural movement is proving fertile ground for inspiration – yielding a resurgence in raw materials and honest, explicit fabrication.
Top 5 metallics by Mim Design
Miriam Fanning and Felicity Watts of Melbourne-based interior design studio, Mim Design, share their top five metallic pieces: a collection of objects that strike a delicate balance between design, material and emotion.
Arras Spine by Herman Miller
Gillian Serisier catches up with Herman Miller designer, Marc Fong, to discuss Arras Spine – an adaptable range of office furniture designed for a more mobile and versatile workplace.
Perth-based lighting designer, Flynn Talbot, has created a flexible pendant light that takes its cues from the industrial cage lamp.
Tangle is a triangular-based coffee table created by Adelaide-based designer Liam Mugavin – an associate furniture designer at the Jam Factory.
Emerging furniture designer Ash Allen presents the Lionheart stool, exploring curved folds in paper and applying these elements to steel mesh.
The Chevron shelves by Sydney designer Henry Wilson are stacking, modular shelves that can be used as a single unit or stacked in a number of configurations.
Semplice table lamp
British designer, Sam Hecht, displays his characteristic formal simplicity in Semplice, a new table lamp designed for Oluce.