Monthly Archives: December 2014

  • Spotlight | Mitt

    Spotlight | Mitt

    You'll find this incredibly fun, multi-functional chair is perfect for a multitude of applications. With its hidden, weight-activated, locking casters and integrated handle, this chair is easy to move around making it perfect for collaborative areas in everything from corporate and healthcare to libraries and education. From comfort ...
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  • Oh, What a Night ...

    Oh, What a Night ...

    If you have ever stopped by the KE-ZU showroom at lunch time, you know that we don’t need an excuse to eat or spend time together. So that’s exactly what we did last Friday night. The KE-ZU team headed (in Tokyo Neon get up) to Waterloo St, Surry Hills and crowded into Izakaya Fujiama, where we ate and drank up a sake storm to ce...
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  • Furniture For Thought | Bernhardt Design

    Furniture For Thought | Bernhardt Design

    John M. Bernhardt takes any notion you may have about what a lumberjack should be and turns it completely on its head. He wasn’t beefy and brawny with bulging biceps and dodgy tattoos. He didn’t wear a beanie. Heck, he didn’t even own a red flannelette shirt. But what he lacked in stereotypes, he more than made up for as the fou...
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  • Furniture Free Friday | ActiWait

    Furniture Free Friday | ActiWait

    Amelie Künzler and Sandro Engel are ushering in new generation of traffic light buttons, with their design ActiWait, which allows pedestrians to play virtual ping pong as they wait for the light to turn green. Recently installed in the city of Hildesheim, Germany, ActiWait transforms boring waiting times into positive experiences....
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  • Designer Pick | Neri & Hu

    Designer Pick | Neri & Hu

    Why I choose… Neri & Hu. With all of the products out there to source, how do I choose which pieces for what project?  And why does Neri & Hu so often fit the bill? Here’s a checklist that I employ. Style – If there is one era of furniture style I’m wild about it’s mid 20th Century.  I can’t get enough of the cl...
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  • Furniture For Thought | Forestier

    Furniture For Thought | Forestier

    Gardens have long been a source of inspiration. Milton’s epic poem, Paradise Lost published in 1667, was inspired by the Garden of Eden…a place which may or may not have existed somewhere in Iranian Azerbaijan, or downtown Bankstown. So it should come as no surprise that the eccentric Frenchman Bernard Forestier should be inspired...
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  • Spotlight | Calyx

    Spotlight | Calyx

    Designed by Filipino powerhouse Kenneth Cobonpue, the Calyx Collection blurs the lines between indoor & outdoor living, endlessly inspired by the simple yet ever changing lines of a bloom unfolding. The wide crown over a tightened base form the elegant silhouette for the Calyx from a matrix of interwoven strands. The collectio...
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  • Furniture For Thought | Kenneth Cobonpue

    Furniture For Thought | Kenneth Cobonpue

    What’s the frequency, Kenneth? Yes, it’s the title of a famous REM song; a track inspired by the quite surreal bashing of CBS news anchor Dan Rather by a bloke who kept asking: Kenneth, what is the frequency? But it could also be us asking Mr Kenneth Cobonpue how many awards he has picked up from the time he began studying Industri...
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