Italia Ceramics introduces a porcelain tile that echoes the warm aesthetic of timber flooring, without a single tree being felled.
The Adelaide Review interviews three leading Adelaide design firms – Enoki, Armadillo&Co and Agostino & Brown – to discover their passion about sustainable practices when it comes to design.
A partnership between rising furniture designer Franco Crea and Adelaide-based national company Workspace is a showcase of Adelaide ingenuity and know-how to benefit local design and manufacturing.
With the recent opening of The Buchan Group’s Madame Hanoi and Sean’s Kitchen by Alexander & Co, Adelaide offers more high-end hospitality destinations.
The newly opened Africola showcases design studio MASH’s signature dynamic aesthetic with a colourful fitout that mixes bespoke detailing with whimsical finishes.
Wholegrain Studio, a budding new boutique furniture design business, is blooming on Angas Street.
Internationally renowned furniture and homewares brand, Kartell, has made an impressive statement about South Australia’s appetite for worldclass design by opening a flagship store in Adelaide.
The design industry welcomes some exciting new names with the recent University of South Australia Visual Communication graduate exhibition.
Sydney-based designer Adam Goodrum was in town recently to launch his highly anticipated new collection at Aptos Cruz Galleries.
Ceramicist Ulrica Trulsson, winner of the JamFactory’s 2013 drink+dine+design South Australian Emerging Designer award, is bringing her special wares to the public this Friday.
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