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March 2011

  1. YOU-ZU: Scott Petrie

    This week, we catch up with the wonderful Singapore based artist Scott Petrie.
  2. Wine Time...

    Photovoltaics, gravitational reliance and thermal inertia. Not your standard wine making terminology, granted, but inspired techniques employed to great effect by Norman Foster in this groundbreaking Spanish Bodega.
  3. Wobbles...

    A brand new building in the heart of Seoul, has turned heads with its contemporary diversion from the standard geometric towers that populate the business district.
  4. Showtime...

    Salone Mobile 2011 kicks off in Milan in April and the buzz is already evident from all the way over here in Sydney. We know many of you are going to be on the ground in Italy in coming weeks so we wanted to share some of the upcoming, not to be missed launches and installations.
  5. YOU-ZU: Eduardo Villa

    We catch up with Eduardo from Villa +Villa, the multi-disciplinary team charged with reinventing the look of McDonalds Restaurants in Australia and abroad.
  6. INSTALLED: Circus by Tom Dixon

    In furnishing London's venue Circus, designer Tom Dixon turned to design classics as well as his own. Paulin's famed Mushroom Chair being one of the welcome additions to this intriguing hot-spot.
  7. Sprung!: CLOUSTON Associates + Greenhouse by Joost...

    CLOUSTON Associates took to the Sydney Harbour for a damp but fun filled night at Greenhouse by Joost.
  8. Cobonpue's Bamboo Phoenix....

    "This is to show people that our design aesthetic goes beyond furniture, that as Asian we can extend even to designing transportation..."
  9. Monocle on Sydney...

    In the latest in their series of city surveys, Monocle heads to Australia's boldest and brightest metropolis - Sydney. Anne-Maree Sargeant takes Monocle readers on a tour of a town she knows all too well.
  10. Shed Muzak, Kazoo, Perez and KE-ZU...

    ...and now for something completely different... with a Kazoo.

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