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Chef Alejandro Saravia

Celebrating local excellence: Leading chef to bring a taste of regional Victoria to 80 Collins

New regional Victorian restaurant concept Farmer’s Daughters has found its home at 80 Collins.

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Handpicked Wines and Colours Bowls join 80 Collins

Final pieces of the puzzle: Four more local innovators complete the 80 Collins hospitality offer.

Melbourne’s famed food and coffee culture finds its ultimate expression at 80 Collins as the final four hospitality concepts are revealed.

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Chris Lucas, Vicki Wild and Martin Benn in Melbourne

Curating an icon: Culinary collaboration sets the tone at 80 Collins

A hospitality dream team is set to redefine the bounds of modern dining – and in the process, position 80 Collins as a major player on the world stage.

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Tin&Ed

Graphic artists Tin & Ed have created algorithmic visuals with 80 Collins as their canvas

QICGRE approached the New York-based visual design duo to create imaginative hoardings for Melbourne's 80 Collins. They came up with an algorithmic animation that mixed different artists' artwork into new visual interpretations.

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Office Assets | Melbourne, VIC

80 Collins —

A vertical village scheduled for completion in 2020.

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Sculpture next to a vase of flowers

Arts House: House of Voltaire pops up in Melbourne

2015 saw the arrival of House of Voltaire in Melbourne, making it the first Australian iteration of the Studio Voltaire pop-up boutique.

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Indoor office

Workplace wellbeing: The changing nature of collaboration

The modern office is evolving, as technology and culture drive the design of happier and more flexible workplaces.

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Craig & Karl

Craig & Karl are creating bold and humorous work on a monumental scale

With clients including Kanye, Vogue, Colette and QICGRE, Australian visual design duo Craig & Karl's bright and graphic style appeals across the board. They have lent their colourful touch to the new hoardings at 80 Collins in Melbourne.

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Mauro Colagreco

Mauro Colagreco's Australian Odyssey

The legendary chef lands in Melbourne to celebrate the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards.

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50 best Melbourne

World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards in Melbourne

The World's 50 Best Restaurants awards lands in Melbourne welcoming over 800 of the world's most influential chefs, restaurateurs and gourmands.

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David Noonan London House of Voltaire

In David Noonan's London studio

London-based collage artist David Noonan opens up his studio in advance of the unveiling of the tapestry he created for the Melbourne edition of House of Voltaire.

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Eastland Town Square entrance

Australia | Ringwood, VIC

Eastland —

A new mecca for experience

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OMA MPavilion Naomi Milgrom

Naomi Milgrom is the woman behind MPavilion, Australia's leading architecture commission

This year's offering was designed by Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten's architectural practice OMA and includes an extensive programme of almost 350 international speakers, artists and events.

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Saskia Havekes Grandiflora

Saskia Havekes is The Flower Whisperer

From its home in Potts Point, Sydney, Grandiflora has grown from a distinguished local florist into a globally recognised brand.

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People —

Our people are intrinsic to our success. Their broad industry experience, skilful leadership and charisma enables us to deliver on our vision and grow our business.

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Chef Peter Gunn

Food in flux: The flavour philosophy of Peter Gunn

Whilst most chefs strive for consistency in their kitchens, Peter Gunn’s belief that a restaurant operates in constant flux demonstrates a wisdom beyond most 30-year-olds.

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Biometric identification

The future of retail: What we can learn from The Future Laboratory’s latest trend intelligence report.

From new status symbols to biometric solutions, there are plenty of takeaways from this year's Future Forecast report for the retail industry.

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Closing night of the Salone del Mobile Milano photographed by Alessandro Russotti

Pushing the envelope: Five insights from the world’s biggest design fair

What we can learn from Milan Design Week about creating impactful spatial experiences.

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Female coworking users

Space as a service: With coworking going mainstream, all signs point to greater convergence with retail and hospitality

As businesses decentralise and office design becomes more experience-driven, the synergy between coworking and community-based retail strengthens.

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