In: Feature

Sonia Simpfendorfer: Harnessing the senses for design
July 14, 2016

‘We are all so easily seduced by great visuals but sight is just the tip of the sensory iceberg.  Photogenicity is…

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Italstyle to showcase high-end design at Melbourne show
July 12, 2016

Italy. Style’s long-established land of milk and honey which continues to produce not only delectable cuisine but frankly mouthwatering contemporary design….

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Karim Rashid explores our digital natures at Venice Biennale
July 7, 2016

Venice Biennale has long been a floating platform for ephemeral dreams sprung to life. It has been one of the world’s…

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Eat wisely. Dine well. Have the perfect table…
May 26, 2016

Somerset Maugham once said that at a dinner party ‘one should eat wisely but not too well, and talk well but…

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From the Heart – Margot Bawden's Ethical Approach to Design
March 17, 2016

Sometimes – with a little bit of luck and a lot of hard work – dream careers become reality. Margot Bawden…

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Richard Rogers | Breaking the boundaries of design
March 3, 2016

Richard Rogers is undoubtedly one of the world’s best known architects. Born in Italy but educated in England, he is still…

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The Notorious B.I.G – The Danish architect dominating design
February 15, 2016

Quiz any architecture or design student on their key inspirations and Bjarke Ingels is quite likely to pop up near the…

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Expose yourself: Stripping back interior design
February 10, 2016

For a while now, interior designers have been on a quest to discover what lies beneath. From the tech lofts of…

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Allegra Hicks: the eye that travels
February 2, 2016

Fashion legend Diana Vreeland once said that ‘the eye must travel’. Allegra Hicks’ gorgeous London studio is a testament to this…

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A Moveable Space: Top 5 Office Design Trends 2016
January 12, 2016

For decades the average office worker was expected to witter away their obligatory 9 to 5 in pens as confining as…

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