Australian design brand SP01 has launched a new range in collaboration with London-based designer Tim Rundle, featuring arm chairs, tables and mirrors.
From the beginning, King Living wasn’t content to just make ordinary furniture, it wanted to make better furniture – furniture that would last. Founder and chairman David King studied furniture that had been discarded and asked himself “Why?” As a car enthusiast he noticed that car seat frames that stood the test of time weren’t […]
Skagerak from Denmark offers an extensive range of indoor and outdoor furniture and accessories. Collaborating with a vast number of designers including Chris L. Halstrøm, who in addition to designing gorgeous furniture as a solo designer, has teamed up with Margrethe Odgard to form Included Middle. Vivlio, designed by Included Middle, is a stylish modular […]
As technology invades every part of our lives these days, it’s difficult to imagine that in some parts of the world large-scale manufacturing is conducted without the aid of robotics, whether laser cutting of timber or fabric or the actual building of products. In Japan, however, there is a small city called Takayama situated in […]
Exuding modern flare and uncompromised attention to detail, the Jena chair stands out as a unique and distinctive furniture piece in any landscape.
Seaton Mckeon’s winning entry into the 2015 Australian Furniture Design Award led to the opportunity to design a furniture range, distributed by Stylecraft. The result is Paperclip, an outdoor seating collection, ideal for residential, corporate and hospitality settings.
The move to sit-stand office solutions has come of age, with myriad positive outcomes and solutions to match. Boasting an elegant contemporary design, the Orbis range of work desks comprises a design solution to suit any workplace, commercial or institutional interior.
What does it take to bring Australian design to the world stage? What embodies the Australian aesthetic? How do you get a furniture brand off the ground? These are the kinds of questions the guys behind SP01 ponder. Sitting comfortably in the brand’s new outdoor range (designed by Tom Fereday) in Milan, Italy, Aleesha Callahan chats to SP01’s product development manager Matt Lorrain.
The bicycle: It possesses a classic form that has remained relatively constant for well over 100 years. When Maurice Garin won the inaugural Tour de France back in 1898, he did so on a bike that would not look incongruous today racked outside a coffee shop in any fashionable inner-city suburb. And it’s a form […]
Movement through Australia’s expansive interior provided the inspiration behind Elliat Rich’s winning entry into this year’s Australian Furniture Design Awards. The Alice Springs-based designer took top honours with her piece titled Place. The highly original work can be described as a sculptural vanity – a kind of old-fashioned object evoking feminine ritual. The unit, which […]