Interstudio welcomes winter outdoor entertaining with these collections

Winter might be setting upon us, but that’s no reason to bunker down inside, especially with these pieces from Australian furniture company Interstudio. Outdoor entertaining may not have an actual physical roof to go through, but there is no doubt that its popularity is soaring right now. The reasons couldn’t be simpler. To begin with […]

Stylecraft brings midcentury design icons to Australia with Eikund

Australian furniture brand Stylecraft has teamed up with Eikund to bring some of Norway’s most iconic midcentury pieces to the local market. The tables, chairs, accessories and barstools featured in the Eikund collection are not recreations or pieces inspired by this influential period, but the original designs themselves. “Through tireless efforts scouring attics and archives […]

Herman Miller reissues Ray Wilkes’ iconic Chiclet sofa for a new generation

Herman Miller has rereleased its iconic postmodern Chiclet lounge seating with “power and material options” designed for a new generation. First introduced in 1976, the piece, which reminded people of the famous Chiclet gum, was originally created by British industrial designer Ray Wilkes for office building lobbies. In the decades since, it has become a […]

Cult Design takes 20 per cent off or two weeks

Starting today, and for two weeks only, Cult Design will be offering 20 per cent off all furniture and lighting in store and online. Shoppers will receive 20 per cent off all authentic furniture and lighting from all brands, including Carl Hansen, HAY, Gubi, & Tradition, Louis Poulsen, NAU and more. All they have to […]

New Canopy collection from Shaw Contract brings a soft, organic feel to any space

The new Canopy collection from Shaw Contract features layered structures and natural, biophilic elements with textural nuances that will capture your imagination. Available in 23cm x 91cm carpet tile and Broadloom options, Canopy was designed for spaces that speak to the mind and feed the soul. Warm, comforting sanctuaries that beckon us to work, to […]

GlobeWest celebrates the launch of 2021 collection at Melbourne Design Week

GlobeWest celebrated the launch of volume two of its 2021 collection at a showroom open house in Melbourne as part of the city’s Design Week events. More than 400 interior professionals attended the Australian furniture and homeware company‘s Melbourne showroom in Springvale to see four new collections over canapés and bubbly. Earlier in the year, […]

Issho – the beauty of being together

Issho… was ever a product more serendipitously named? Before you scratch your head quizzically, let us quickly explain that issho is Japanese for ‘together’. And ‘together’ is one of those words like ‘lockdown’, ‘contactless’ and, sadly, ‘superspreader’ that has seemingly come to define the times – most often in the context of ‘we are all […]

Cult explores sustainability through buy backs, refurbishments and recycling

The sheer quantity of furniture thrown out by Australians each year influenced Australian furniture brand Cult to assemble a complete sustainability program that offers buy back, refurbishment and recycling services. Dubbed Cultivated, the service was established in 2013, but was officially launched at Melbourne Design Week last week with a dedicated exhibition and short film […]

Rediscover Herman Miller’s portfolio of Performance Seating

With more than 70 years of innovation, Herman Miller’s performance seating collection is shaped by a range of research, science, design, and ergonomic experts. The core collection features eight coveted chairs designed for your comfort, from the 9-to-5 and beyond. Each comes with a 12-year warranty to back up the Herman Miller built-to-last commitment, and […]

Herman Miller on designing for diversity

Herman Miller says that the creativity that’s used for furniture design is the same one the company evokes to ensure the prosperity and diversity of its team. Design is how they get there. “A business is rightly judged by its products and services, but it must also face scrutiny as to its humanity,” said Herman […]