First launched as a print magazine in 2003, more space is all about design and creativity with a focus on inspiring people and projects – while also exploring the business end of the design industry and the behind-the-scenes machinations that make it tick.
more space is all about design and creativity. It's where Space Furniture shares ideas, inspiring people and projects, and explores the ever-evolving business end of the design industry. more space is where you will find the latest news, stories, opinions, interviews and films produced in collaboration with leading creatives and design thinkers around the world.Edited by Heidi Dokulil and published by Space Furniture, more space is an online platform that is editorially independent and collaboratively open.
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Curator Paola Coin and designer Aldo Cibic launched Paula C with a line of hand-finished ceramics and hand-blown glass. As the collection grew so did the research, techniques and collaborators, their latest Stories collection celebrating exuberance, optimism and La Dolce Vita.
In the first exhibition of MC Escher’s work in Australia, the NGV has established a unique curatorial offering by inviting Nendo to collaborate on a series of immersive installations that skirt between what is real, and what is perception, and echo both artists' love of optical illusion.
He is a designer whose big ideas have helped write the narrative for a string of name hotels across South East Asia. more space caught up with Nic Graham to discuss ideas and design process, and why the big hotels are getting braver.
Not a design company that follows the status quo, more space talks with Edra’s Niccolò Mazzei who grew up in the family business amongst the designers and the history of craftsmanship and innovation in Tuscany, and where knowledge runs deep and curiosity begins each new collection.
This year the NGV’s Rigg Design Prize asked ten practices to delve behind the cultural, historical, material and technological aspects of society that inform and shape today’s ‘domestic living’. more space takes a look at the studios who responded to the challenge, and the ideas and design processes behind each interior.
Celebrating the launch of the new Catwalk chair, #KartellWander takes us on a journey through the Kartell collection while exploring some of the most beautiful places in Italy, from the Itria Valley of Apulia, to Forte dei Marmi in Tuscany.
Designers Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien recently launched Bay, an outdoor seating collection that explores the traditions of weaving, and craftsmanship, and continues the duo’s collaboration with B&B Italia that began with the Almora chair four years ago.
Declared a national landmark in 2001 by the Italian Ministry for Cultural Affairs, Harry’s Bar in Venice is one of the world's most celebrated restaurants. A local for the past there decades, French designer Philippe Starck has designed the Venice chair in recognition.
Interior designer Adele Bates recently shared her creative approach to designing a personal sanctuary at Space in Melbourne to celebrate the launch of The Eastbourne Apartments by Mirvac.
Space Encounters is Gijs Baks, Stijn de Weerd, Joost Baks and Remi Versteeg, and a team of international architects, designers, artists, stylists, product designers and landscape architects based in Amsterdam. more space recently caught up with Stijn de Weerd to talk about design, experimentation and the future.