Touted by his clients as the best kept secret in the Australian furniture industry, manufacturer Nick Mouat of Nickisms combines an understanding of both technology and timber to help make the ideas of Australia’s leading designers a reality.
With a generosity of spirit and well-crafted sense of humour, Dale Hardiman is fast-emerging as an exciting new face in the Australian design crowd. Marcus Piper chats to the new-comer for MEZZANINE.
To join us for a night of celebration with this year’s winners, secure your tickets now. In support of emerging talent with our category sponsor, Zenith, ADR is running a Q&A series with the shortlisted people and practices making up some of the brightest lights on the local design landscape. Ash Allen and Harry Zanios are […]
Red Block is a Newcastle-based industrial design studio headed up by Priscilla Tan and Martin Tauts. The designers discuss what work is on the horizon and how Australians should be trend setters, not just consumers.
Korban/Flaubert's sculptures vary from relaxed and unfurling ribbons of steel, rust and colour, to tightly folded zigzags and explorations of turned geometrics, as inside co-editor Gillian Serisier discovers.
Scott Weston shares a small collection of his favourite products with Inside.
With a long list of award-winning works to his name, Gavin Harris is one of this country’s most prolific creative forces. Harris speaks to Sandra Tan for MEZZANINE and shares his thoughts on a well-designed career.
"My career in design was somewhat an accident," reveals Tom Fereday, in this insightful Q&A – the first conversation in a series highlighting the talented shortlist in Zenith's Emerging Designer category at IDEA 2016.
New York-based Filipino industrial designer Stanley Ruiz has an affinity for combining traditional craft techniques with contemporary design aesthetics, producing cleverly reinterpreted objects which display both foreign and familiar qualities.
"In my opinion, Hay seems always to be creating a buzz, and this year at Milan was no different." Following his trip to Salone del Mobile, Canberra-based furniture designer Chris Hardy gives his insight on the stand-out exhibitions and highlights this year.