Father and son designers, Winston and Alex Shu, launch a new incubation model for the design community threatened by Hong Kong’s competitive markets and downscaled breakthrough opportunities.
“It’s all about trust,” says Shareen Joel. Discover Joel’s unique insight into the evolving taxonomy of residential design and the future of the kitchen.
In 2018, Zip Water’s range has been specified in more high-end residential developments, houses, apartments and multi-residential spaces than ever before.
On his recent tour of New Zealand, the Indesign Media team caught up with Sean Dix on the aspects of contemporary design that continue to influence his inimitable practice.
After a year in incubation, day one of FRONT set a high benchmark for collaboration and innovation in the architecture and design space. David Congram reports from Sydney on the series of seminars, product exhibitions and networking that happened on day 1 of Indesign Media’s new event initiative.
With AXYL, his new range of furniture in collaboration with Allermuir, Benjamin Hubert reinforces the importance of substance, style and sustainability.
Register now to attend FRONT in Sydney: the most powerful event driving change in the commercial sector. It’s your chance to connect with the leaders in the new commercial ecosystem.
Thanks to Wilkhahn, COR is available throughout Asia Pacific – bringing with it, a new degree of design consideration for the commercial sector’s shifting needs.
With ColourLab, both Schiavello and Ridolfo herald a new wave of recognition for colour’s central position as a driver of good in the world.
Following their recent win at the Good Design Awards (2018) for the EDO Streetscape, we catch up with the NZ powerhouse Schamburg + Alvisse.
What’s behind the new revolution in residential design? We sit down with Robert Warner of Gaggenau to find out how the brand is pushing new forms of design excellence for this dynamic sector.
The Asia Pacific region is undergoing a residential development boom. Within this climate, architects and designers are increasingly turning to appliances to add value back into our most inspiring residential projects.