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Lara Bohinc table Lapicida

Lara Bohinc balances silk and steel

Fascinated by intersecting geometries and proportions, the London-based designed has turned her hand to leather accessories, jewellery and lately a furniture collaboration with stone specialists Lapicida.

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Kram/Weisshaar

Kram/Weisshaar - the changing technology of tables

While many designers seek to craft a chair that embodies their aesthetic, Kram/Weisshaar gravitate towards high technology and interactive tables.

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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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Dried flower art installation

Bringing the outside in with Rebecca Law

Rebecca Law creates immersive and engaging sensory experiences collaborating with world-renowned brands and institutions such as Hermès, Cartier and London’s Royal Opera House.

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Man reading book in front of mountain lake

“Seasonality is everything”: Getting lost with Juniper Ridge

Juniper Ridge is unlike your average fragrance company, championing natural products that capture the scents of the wilderness directly from its origin.

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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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Doug Aitken Desert X

Desert X presents a spectacular exhibition in the California desert

Curated in 2017 by Neville Wakefield, the Desert X biennial spans 40 miles of California’s Coachella Valley, in what might just be the largest and most remarkable outdoor art exhibition in the world.

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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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Studio SWINE Fordlandia

Studio SWINE is designing for a sustainable future

Studio SWINE is London-based design duo Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves, who travel the world looking to turn waste materials into desirable pieces of furniture – the clue is in their name, an acronym for Super Wide Interdisciplinary New Explorers.

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Old city building at night

Sensory saviours: 12.29’s olfactory excellence

Before it was even completed, Zaha Hadid’s 1000 Museum, a 66-storey condominium in Downtown Miami, had its own scent.

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Benedict Evans Bof VOICES

At BoF 2018, Andreessen Horowitz' partner Benedict Evans asks How Will Tech Change the World in the Next 10 Years?

The Silicon Valley venture capitalist sketched out a vision for how software and the internet would transform the world’s economy, giving rise to new business opportunities.

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Andy Warhol Gary Heery

Gary Heery lives life through a lens

The Australian photographer's eclectic career has spanned portraiture, fashion and landscape photography, but for a recent project he's bringing flowers into focus.

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David Bromley art on hoarding

New narratives: In conversation with David Bromley

David Bromley is an irrepressible creator, manifesting paintings and works generous in colour and uninhibited with imagination and playfulness.

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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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The Marketplace exterior thumbnail

Rising market: Melbourne's north-west welcomes a new market-style food precinct

Watergardens unveils plans for a new market experience that celebrates north-west Melbourne’s rich cultural diversity.

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Margaret Zhang

Margaret Zhang speaks at Forefront about storytelling through culture

In the lead up to the Sydney conference, the Australian creative influencer and photographer talks about bringing a new energy to branded communication from both sides of the lens.

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Street art at Robina Town Centre and Chinese calligraphy at Eastland

Cultural capital: Why arts and culture investment has never been more relevant

How shopping centres are evolving into platforms for civic and cultural exchange.

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Away makes first class luggage at a coach price for the millennial generation

A former Warby Parker executive, two years ago Jen Rubio joined forces with her former colleague Steph Korey to launch luggage label Away. Their aim? To shake up another staid industry. Their medium? The “perfect carry-on”.

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Virtual and augmented realities at Virgin Holidays and Zara

Extended reality: How bricks-and-mortar retailers are hacking the shop floor

AR and VR technologies are unlocking fresh opportunities for retailers who prioritise customer engagement.

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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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Tinko Czetwertynski photographer

The eye has to travel: photographer Tinko Czetwertynski

On an endless journey between the world’s most exotic and far flung destinations, Tinko Czetwertynski’s pictures exude the best of life and humanity – a sense of curiosity, diversity, and humour – and are imbued with a deep sense of emotion.

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Per-Anders Jorgensen

Per-Anders Jörgensen captures life behind the scenes in some of the world's most creative kitchens.

Founder of acclaimed gastronomic magazine Fool, the Swedish photographer is known for his raw and unpredictable documentary approach to food photography.

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Doug Aitken Underwater Pavilion Cyrril Gutsch

Parley for the Oceans' Cyrill Gutsch swims against the current

“Plastic is a superstar,” says environmentalist and businessman Cyrill Gutsch – the individual behind one of the biggest movements trying to eliminate the controversial material. “Where bronze and iron used to stand, plastic is now the ultimate celebrity material, the Warhol of its age – but for all the wrong reasons.”

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