Space Furniture's celebrations of B&B Italia's 50th Anniversary continue. On Wednesday 19 October, guests gathered at Melbourne's Federation Square to celebrate the incredible history of the Italian brand.
Space Furniture is hosting a series of events across Australia in October and November to celebrate B&B Italia's 50th Anniversary. The first event in Sydney saw the landmark Italian company celebrated against the backdrop of a spectacular skyline.
To celebrate the launch of John Olsen's largest retrospective to date, the NGV and Space Furniture collaborated on a selection of furniture for John Olsen's sold-out evening of reflections and discussion with Philip Adams..
Your bedroom should be the ultimate expression of relaxation and luxury. David Hartikainen, New South Wales Showroom Manager at Space Furniture, discusses how best to create a luxurious bedroom design in your home.
Designer George Freedman is remembered as a man who nurtured and paved the careers of many of Australia's best designers. Architect Sam Marshall whose career began in George's Sydney studio, reflects on the man who profoundly changed his life and career forever.
Italian design company Zanotta has been making landmark contributions to the design industry for over six decades. more space spoke to the family about the influence of the early days of the business on the company today and the role of curiosity in creativity.
Leading up to their 30th anniversary in 2017 Nani Marquina launches a film rich in process that explores the journey of one of the world’s most creative rug makers. Here more space looks back on the Spanish brand's history.
Doshi Levien’s Do-Maru armchair for B&B Italia draws on the studio’s diverse cultural influences, and continues their distinctive design language first introduced to the Italian furniture brand in 2014.
The creative connection between Italy and Holland is based on both export markets and the power of cultural exchange, a topic that is currently being explored through the 'Europe by People: The Future of Everyday Living' program at the MAXXI in Rome.