Adelaide has just come out of one of its worst spells of prolonged heat on record with blazing 42-degree-plus temperatures for five days straight in January.
It’s a measure of both the design and architecture industries’ commitment to the environment that high quality sustainability-focused work is being produced in Australia.
Graduate designer Timothy Tuppence is making his Milan Furniture Fair debut in curator Sarah K’s dynamic The Other Hemisphere exhibition.
Adelaide’s ability to produce outstanding design that surprises and delights has been proven at The Laminex Group DIA SA Awards 2013.
Mash’s fit out for Jock Zonfrillo’s new Rundle Street restaurant is a dynamic addition to Adelaide’s east end.
Over the last 17 years, the name Zuster has become synonymous with Australian designed and made high-end furniture.
Adelaide is set to welcome one of the country’s best designer-makers as the new Creative Director of JamFactory’s furniture studio, as Jon Goulder begins in January and the buzz surrounding his appointment has already begun.
The Planning Institute’s annual Awards for Excellence demonstrate the very real value that planning and planners add to the everyday lives of South Australians.
When Laminex/Formica launched its three new colour palettes in Adelaide recently, the response was overwhelmingly favourable.
Be Friendly design studio is a name to watch as its founder Matt Stuckey becomes increasingly involved with the design of new local interiors.
The latest furniture, accessories, textures, finishes, art and talented creators will be on show at Designers Saturday 2013 (DS13).
In celebration of contemporary Australian design we take a closer look at the work of Kate Stokes, Susanna Bilardo and Ross Didier.