Piero Lissoni's studio is a thriving creative hub, with projects from furniture to hotels to the visual identity for the International Film Festival in Venice We meet Piero Lissoni's first collection with B&B Italia – Saké and Formiche – a collaboration that began over dinner with founder Piero Busnelli more than 20 years ago.
To mark their 90th anniversary, Italian furniture manufacturer Cassina has released This Will Be The Place, a book that boldly examines the territory of the future in tune with the present and the past, with surprisingly diverse results.
more space caught up with Formwerkz director Gwen Tan to discuss the studio's love of plants and design experimentation, the impact of narrative in their work, and the testing of design ideas in Tan's own house that have resulted in a new understanding of nature and architecture.
In Melbourne, the Open House platform has gained momentum, bringing the public into the conversation and asking questions about what we as communities want our cities to be. We talk with Emma Telfer, Open House Melbourne's Executive Director, about the importance of architecture programs that engage the community in city making.
Award-winning architect Brad Swartz has just received the 2017 Emerging Interior Design Practice Award from the Australian Institute of Design and it’s no wonder, in the last two years his Sydney studio has won a string of accolades for apartments that are inventive and punch way beyond their size.
Stylist, teacher, traveller, writer, Megan Morton’s career began at Inside Out magazine at a time when Australian stylists were elevating the art of the edit. On the eve of her next trip to France and India, we catch up in her Sydney studio to discuss the creative process, her belief in the power of sharing, and the “tangents and random threads” that shape a layered life.
The National Gallery of Victoria launches a new show, 'Creating the Contemporary Chair', featuring key design pieces from the Space Furniture collection, including the Ghost chair by Cini Boeri, the Rose chair by Masanori Umeda, and the Post Mundus chair by Martino Gamper.
Each February Sweden hosts Stockholm Design Week for more than 700 exhibitors from around the world, transforming the city with shows at dinner parties and vernissage cocktails, galleries and museums – the perfect platform for an emerging designer with a knock-out new collection.
Meet DesignOffice’s Damien Mulvihill and Mark Simpson who are fast gaining a reputation for interiors full of inspiration and immersive experiences designed to engage us in the real world.
Meet philanthropist Naomi Milgrom AO whose support of architecture and design via the MPavilion project is shaping new ways of seeing the city through collective creativity.
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.
We go behind the brand with Desirée de Jong, Moooi art director and graduate of the Design Academy Eindhoven who joined Marcel Wanders Studio when Moooi was just a dream.
Meet Kylie Dorotic and Alicia McKimm, cofounders of the Melbourne design studio We Are Huntly and winners of the 2016 Emerging Interior Design Practice Award.
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.
On the eve of the Milan Furniture Fair we called Piero Lissoni in his Milan studio to talk about work and travel, books, ideas and his favourite city right now... Miami.
Stylist Steve Cordony shares his thoughts on Maxalto’s enduring appeal and his approach to styling the collection.
Robin Rizzini, the Creative Director behind the SP01 Design collection, provides insight into the creation of the SP01 collection and the ideas that have shaped the new brand.
Or is it? Catherine Ince curates ‘The World of Charles & Ray Eames’ at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, and speaks with Vitra magazine about the legacy of two of the world's most prolifically creative designers.