Craft, technology and wellness intersect. Sensorial tactility will be at the core of living spaces, with an emphasis on calm and inclusive designs. Simplicity will be celebrated in both aesthetics and constructions, in line with a growing urge for products that feel more honest and thoughtful. Minimalism will continue to flourish through the use of colour and tactility and design instills emotion.
The search for more meaning in our work and a desire to pursue something in the day-to-day that’s valuable and makes a difference, is of growing importance. As we continue to strive for life balance and flexible ways of working, home spaces blur into work spaces. Simple plains of balanced colour ensure calming, open, androgynous spaces that perform as places for rest, recreation and productivity.
Intermingling light-tone, warm and cool neutrals brings a sense of both serenity and longevity.
Colour empowers touch: rich hues are essential to complement tactile surfaces, for a multi-sensory approach to design. Darks cocoon us and we disconnect, concentrating only on the timelessness of our surroundings. Deep and rich tones of blue and green are touched by glimmers of metallic and mustard.
Darks cocoon us and we disconnect, concentrating only on the timelessness of our surroundings.
Wellness permeates: going far beyond a green juice or a yoga mat, wellness will be fundamental across homes and lifestyle products. The desire to surround ourselves with the natural, the organic, low impact design is evident across the globe. The use of plants to clean the air we breathe moves into our interiors and they are showcased with natural textures and calm, nature-inspired hues, dominated by soft greens.
The desire to surround ourselves with the natural, the organic, low impact design is evident across the globe.
Exceptional restaurant design and culinary excellence, along with meticulous presentation, lead a big, informal ‘eating out’ culture in Australia. The visual and tactile beauty of our dining experiences transcends into our interiors, resulting in a highly considered aesthetic, with fresh, gourmet colours, creating ‘instagrammable design’ in our own interiors.
Recreating the meticulously crafted, signature spaces of the restaurant culture for instaworthy interior design.
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