Interiors
TWE Brisbane Made
Design

Brisbane Made showcases local designers in Paddington

A new retail shop in Paddington is singing the praises of local makers, acting as showroom for all things designed and made in Brisbane. The creation of James Talty and Kristina Decker, Brisbane Made is situated along sunny Latrobe Terrace and has rounded up a collection of local furniture guns, leather mavens and ceramic artisans to feature. more


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Brisbane's Quench set to exhibit at WantedDesign NYC
Design

Brisbane’s Quench set to exhibit at WantedDesign NYC

Founded in 2011 by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, WantedDesign has become a popular meeting point for designers, manufacturers, artisans, students, design institutions, the media and design lovers from around the world. This year will see six Brisbane-based designers exhibit their works at the three-day event as part of NYCxDESIGN. more

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Vonnegut/Kraft design Desert Dining Table
Design

Vonnegut/Kraft design Desert Dining Table

Meals are meant to be enjoyed together. In an age where watching dinner in front of the television has become the cultural norm, it's nice to gather around a beautifully designed table and celebrate a delicious meal, good conversation and just spend time with one another. more

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TWE Milly Dent ceramics
Design

Cradle a dainty ceramic cup by Milly Dent

Ceramic designer Milly Dent has hand-shaped both practical and experimental ranges of ceramics under her namesake label Milly Dent, including porcelain light fittings mimicking the human spine and a collection of white cups inspired by natural elements. more

Interiors
TWE Behomm
Design

Join home exchange community Behomm

A home-exchange community for design and art professionals, Behomm promises sojourns in eclectic residences around the globe. Connecting like-minded folk who share an appreciation for thoughtfully decorated spaces and a hankering for enriching travel experiences, Behomm is a place for the visually minded to swap homes for a long weekend or longer. more

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Sink into a Mayor sofa designed by &tradition
Design

Sink into a Mayor sofa designed by &tradition

Carrying on the tradition of fine craftsmanship while introducing design heritage to a new generation, contemporary design company &tradition is the Danish studio behind the renowned Mayor sofa. Originally designed in 1939 by Danish architects Arne Jacobsen and Flemming Lassen for the Sollerod Town Hall in Copenhagen, the iconic Mayor sofa has become one of their most well-known works. Brought back to life by &tradition, the modernist three-seater combines a Scandinavian wood aesthetic with tight wool upholstery. The solid frame is made of white oiled oak or smoked oiled oak, with a variety of upholstery colours and materials available. Two rows of buttons extend over the armrests and back, with three loose cushions comprising the seating area. A list of Australian &tradition suppliers can be found on the company’s website. more

Interiors
TWE The Pantry, Brisbane City
Design

derlot designs The Pantry at Old Government House

It’s not every day a designer gets to work on a heritage building, let alone one as stunning as Old Government House. So when Nick Abbink of Zen Catering approached the derlot studio to envisage the interior of a new cafe within the heritage-listed building at QUT Gardens Point, Alex Lotersztain eagerly jumped at the opportunity. more

Property
TWE Aria Tower, South Brisbane
Design

Another Aria tower planned for South Brisbane

Joining a suite of finished and under-construction tower developments across South Brisbane, Aria property group has lodged a development application for a new 20-storey building on Melbourne Street. This latest submission will be the company’s seventh apartment building across the South Bank, West End and South Brisbane pocket. more

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TWE Crown Vase
Design

Crown Vase redefines home floral arrangements

Humble French-Canadian industrial designer Lambert Rainville is redefining the art of flower arranging with his Crown Vase. While normally a vase conceals the mess of stems sitting below the perky petals, the Crown Vase treats the flowers themselves as part of the vase design, not merely as replaceable content. The design holds rigid-stem flowers in a free-standing and decorative structure, making it perfect for Australian natives like proteas and banksias – just make sure the weight is evenly distributed. Each stem sits on a diagonal, balancing out those slanting in the other direction on the other side. Find the vase here. more