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Made with sparing use of materials and light enough to move around, the Pyramid desk is recognised as a 1950s classic. Danish giant HAY has reconfigured this timeless design to enable ultra-simplistic assembly and modular construction options, with a very affordable price. This functional classic is available to pre-order now, for delivery in 2 weeks.
Presented by Houses magazine, the Houses Awards is an annual program celebrating Australia’s best residential projects. Excellence is rewarded in nine categories, with the best house receiving the premier award of Australian House of the Year, a category that has been proudly sponsored by Cult 9 years running. In anticipation of Houses Awards 2020, taking place on July 31, we look back at the awe-inspiring projects that have won the esteemed Australian House of the Year accolade over the last 9 years. Each project provides a unique insight into contemporary residential design and the contribution Australia’s architects and designers make to enhancing the way we live today.
Named after the great Italian designer and mentor of Urquiola, Ludovico Magistretti, the new Lud’o Lounge from Cappellini is an armchair that crosses the boundaries of fashion and design. By recreating the enveloping comfort of a tailored jacket into a removable seat cover made from recycled PET bottles, Urquiloa delivers a highly sustainable design with incomparable comfort.
Through its 2020 collection, Zanotta aim to create furniture to stage beautiful moments in life. The six new designs from their 2020 collection are designed to bring back the essence of the object, and the relationship between objects and the people who live with them.
Known for sustainably manufactured, ethically produced furniture and lighting, Danish brand Mater introduce two news designs this month, a beautifully fluid extension to the now iconic seating collection by Space Copenhagen, and a re-imagined design made from 96% abandoned fishnets. Read on to discover new, sustainable design at its best