Luchetti Krelle-designed ‘Redbird’ marries rusticity and sleekness 
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Surry Hills-based interior design firm recently completed the classy yet warm fitout of Redfern’s affectionately termed ‘local Chinese restaurant‘. Redbird is a hybrid Chinese-Australian restaurant and the newest addition to the culinary family of restaurant owners Hamish Ingham and Rebecca Lines. The Redfern locals also own Barangaroo-based Mexican restaurant Tequila Daisy.  They sought to create a local dwelling in Redbird that celebrates – through impeccable design – the Chinese cultural values of success, prosperity and happiness.  Ingham and Lines wanted a space that encoura ..read more
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Rachel Nolan announced as IDEA’s first chairperson
Australian Design Review
by Emily Rayner
9M ago
Australian Design Review is thrilled to announce the appointment of Kennedy Nolan founding director – Rachel Nolan as the first chairperson for IDEA 2023.  (Rachel Nolan – photo supplied by Kennedy Nolan) Rachel Nolan adds being the first chairperson for IDEA to her list of incredible credits. Nolan has a wealth of expertise in creating built environments that are inspiring and responsive to the brief, context and environment. She is currently the Chair of the University of Melbourne Architecture Advisory Board, a founding member of The Boyd Circle and has served the AIA as a lecturer, ju ..read more
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Jessica Murtagh’s Modern Relics celebrates quotidian moments  
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Adelaide-based glazier Jessica Murtagh is gearing up for another exciting year after her series appeared at the recent Melbourne Design Fair.  Murtagh is an acclaimed glazier with a professional background in marketing and public relations, but she realised she was constantly switching jobs and dissatisfied with the office environment.  “I knew I wanted to do something creative, but it had been well over a decade since I had done any art,” she tells ADR. Murtagh satiated her creative cravings by launching head-first into ceramics, wine making, distilling and blacksmithing, yet it ..read more
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The World’s Top Vertical Cities
Australian Design Review
by Emily Rayner
9M ago
Australian Design Review has compiled a list of  the world’s top vertical cities that exemplify the fusion of visionary design, architecture, and urban planning. Vertical cities have emerged as architectural marvels and revolutionised the way we envision urban living. These towering structures redefine traditional concepts of space utilisation, sustainability, and community integration. The Line in Saudi Arabia envisions a zero-gravity vertical city, free from cars, promoting walkability and ecological balance. Bosco Verticale in Milan showcases the integration of nature into vertical str ..read more
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Luchetti Krelle-designed ‘Redbird’ marries rusticity and sleekness 
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Surry Hills-based interior design firm recently completed the classy yet warm fitout of Redfern’s affectionately termed ‘local Chinese restaurant‘. Redbird is a hybrid Chinese-Australian restaurant and the newest addition to the culinary family of restaurant owners Hamish Ingham and Rebecca Lines. The Redfern locals also own Barangaroo-based Mexican restaurant Tequila Daisy.  They sought to create a local dwelling in Redbird that celebrates – through impeccable design – the Chinese cultural values of success, prosperity and happiness.  Ingham and Lines wanted a space that encoura ..read more
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Protected: ‘Conscious Collection’ by Mater a model for sustainable furniture
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by Helena Morgan
9M ago
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Motsi Living reimagines Zimbabwean homewares  
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Zimbabwean-born, Melbourne-based business owner Lindi Mlambo is committed to delivering a small piece of African history to people’s homes.  Lindi Mlambo’s drive to contribute to the preservation of age-old artisan customs is evident in the company ethos of Motsi Living, a brand specialising in the bespoke creation of basketry, stoneware, cushion covers and wall art emblematic of African cultural history. “We care about the lives we impact and we want to ensure we can take care of our customers, and artisan communities in Africa,” says Mlambo.  Mlambo moved to Australia in 2006 t ..read more
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“We’re still the same as those who came before us”  – Glazier Jessica Murtagh’s Modern Relics series highlights the beauty of quotidian moments  
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Adelaide-based glazier is gearing up for another exciting year after her series appeared at the recent Melbourne Design Fair.  Murtagh is an acclaimed glazier with a professional background in marketing and public relations, but she realised she was constantly switching jobs and dissatisfied with the office environment.  “I knew I wanted to do something creative, but it had been well over a decade since I had done any art,” she tells ADR. Murtagh satiated her creative cravings by launching head-first into ceramics, wine making, distilling and blacksmithing, yet it was a weekend g ..read more
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“We’re still the same as those who came before us”  – Glazier Jessica Murtaugh’s Modern Relics series highlights the beauty of quotidian moments  
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The Adelaide-based glazier is gearing up for another exciting year after her series appeared at the recent Melbourne Design Fair.  Murtagh is an acclaimed glazier with a professional background in marketing and public relations, but she realised she was constantly switching jobs and dissatisfied with the office environment.  “I knew I wanted to do something creative, but it had been well over a decade since I had done any art,” she tells ADR. Murtaugh satiated her creative cravings by launching head-first into ceramics, wine making, distilling and blacksmithing, yet it was a weekend ..read more
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Cult’s Pa range featured at Design Show in honour of designer’s Dad 
Australian Design Review
by Helena Morgan
9M ago
The hotly anticipated Design Show is at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 15 to 17 June.  Melbourne-based furniture company Cult, is excited to launch their new seating range Pa – designed by Timothy Robertson for nau, Cult’s in-house Australian design brand.  The Pa range exemplifies the perfect marriage between simplicity and elegance, and is named in honour of Robertson’s father – ‘Pa’ is a salute to the wisdom and support handed down through generations of Australian furniture designers. Robertson’s design process reflects an appreciation for Australia’s natural ..read more
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