Tagged By Sustainable Art

The Art of Transformation

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Interface’s inspired installation The Art of Transformation was a highlight at Melbourne Indesign this year – buoyed around the idea of the art of city transformation, and Interface’s ethos, that from something negative can come…

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Urban retreat in Germany

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Urban Retreat, the new carpet tile collection launched by Interface, explores man’s connection with natural elements and the intersection of nature and manmade materials. The collection merges seemingly opposite worlds that inspire beautiful, coexisting and…

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The reinvented beach kiosk

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The Third Wave Kiosk located on Victoria’s Torquay beach, about an hours drive from Melbourne, has reinvented the stereotypical beach kiosk and given it an environmental twist.  Sitting high in the beach dunes between the…

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Green art takes many forms

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Lloyd Graham’s latest work, Airborne, is part green art, part urban sculpture.  Dangling from wires suspended between light poles, Graham’s geometric greenery is sure to delight pedestrians, cyclists and drivers visiting Les Erdi Plaza in…

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Designing with “Raw” talent

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Along with all the compliance requirements of interior designs in modern buildings, designers are now required to include psychological and emotional accommodations in work spaces. Stitching these diverse regulatory and human factors together falls to…

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Let there be light

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While some may think that light – whether in the form of a light bulb, neon, fluorescent tube or an LED – is a practical alternative to sitting in the dark, light artists around the…

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Creating retail chic

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Recognised as a leading supplier of baby goods, Babies Galore was keen to bring a contemporary, fresh feel to their company, starting with its new Camperdown store in Sydney’s inner west. Initial discussions with designers…

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