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(inside) interior design review

(inside) interior design review No. 103 (Sept/Oct) - IDEA Shortlist Reveal

The premier professional journal for today's interior architects and designers in Australia, presenting the latest in cutting-edge interior projects and insightful discussions addressing the industry's most relevant topics to date. For the sophisticated and innovative designer, (inside) chronicles the ongoing conversation of design, both globally and locally, and the creative prowess that drives it forward. Our continued support of the Australian design industry through IDEA (Interior Design Excellence Awards) and its annual programme nurtures both young and established designers, boasting their work locally and overseas.

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inside

Welcome to the penultimate issue of inside for 2018 and what a glorious year it has been so far. With so many events happening here at home and abroad there has hardly been time to catch breath for this very special IDEA 2018 shortlist issue. After reviewing the magazine, we are sure you will agree that the innovation, variety and calibre of projects and products of the shortlisted entries from this year’s Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) program is outstanding and a tribute to the Australian design community. As if there was ever any doubt, Australian practitioners are at the pinnacle of creativity, delivering beautifully resolved projects that sit very comfortably on a world stage. The 2018 IDEA shortlist is a demonstration of the ability and agility of fine design and…

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contributors

1– John Gollings AM John Gollings AM holds a master’s degree in architecture from RMIT University, an Honorary Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects and is Adjunct Professor, School of Media and Communications, RMIT University. His photographic work is known and collected throughout the world and he is revered as a master of his craft, especially within the circles of architecture and design. Passionate about the Australian landscape and cities old and new, he regularly exhibits his work. For his outstanding contribution to photography, he was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2016. 2– Michelle Bailey Michelle Bailey is a Brisbane-based writer and graduate of architecture from the University of Queensland. She writes regularly for local and national publications about architecture and design. 3– Shannon McGrath Shannon McGrath is a…

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Bohemian Living The homes of artists and collectors are different from others in a way that is hard to define. Artist Greg Irvine comes close with, “This house is an extension of one of my paintings. Instead of painting with paint, I paint with objects.” The 20 artists whose homes Robyn Lea explores with her camera have each created an interior that defines their particular art. Francesco Clemente, for example, has a home of well-used modernist furniture, large expanses and scale disrupting sculpture. Conversely, Mille & Une is all about fairies and will only appeal if there is already a particular fondness for aqua walls and diaphanous purples. That said, the eau de Nil room with puddling olive taffeta drapes is hard to resist. In a way, a book like this is…

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inside asahikawa design week

These days when a city prides itself on its design acumen, it celebrates with a week each year so that local design, architecture, interiors and products become the focal point for the national population and overseas travellers. Showroom doors are flung open and parties abound – think London, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Tokyo, Melbourne and Miami, to name but a few, as the list of cities grows exponentially each year. Generally, major cities are the venue of choice but in Hokkaido, an island situated in the very north of Japan, a small town called Asahikawa has established its own design week to celebrate the love of the artisan, furniture making and manufacture that is the envy of the country. Asahikawa is a small city with a population of just over 300,000 people and its…

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announcing the 2018 design awards winners.

Purposeful, authentic design is at the core of Shaw Contract products, it is our method and our means to both enhance and contribute to the built environment. Our Shaw Contract Design Awards recognise the creative vision of the architects and designers who inspire new ways of living, working, learning and healing. In 2018 there were over 500 total entries submitted from 40 countries around the world. A group of 5 Final Winners were selected by a panel of expert international judges drawn from across the industry, including John Peterson, Curator of the Loeb Fellowship and Lecturer in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Sophie Safrin from Hot Black Interior Design, Karen Daroff from Daroff Design, and Kelly Dubisar from Gensler. A People’s Choice winner was also selected from…

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sep–oct 2018

1- World Design Summit Montreal 16 – 25 October Comprising the World Design Summit (WDS), Congress and Expo, the event is huge to the tune of 30,000 industry professionals. The Congress alone will have 500 expert speakers, 25 luminary keynote speakers and an audience of 3500. The WDS, convened every three years, is by invitation (some observer seats are available by application) and this year aims to continue themes established in Korea in 2015 towards ‘an international action plan for solving global issues through design’. The Expo is industry focused with general public allowed a four-hour evening window only. 2- London Design Fair etc Old Truman Brewery, London 14 – 23 September Running from 19 to 22 September, 100% Design is the largest of the London events, with 72,000 visitors, while the London Design Fair…