Design

30 April, 2015

Can Flooring be Interactive?

With a brief to introduce the most innovative and interactive features ever before seen in Korea, the Lotte World Mall development by Benoy Architecture, Planning, Interiors and Graphics in collaboration with Interface, have crafted the world’s first interactive flooring. Billed as “one of the most anticipated and talked about developments in Korea,” Benoy’s associate director,…

16 April, 2015

Why the ‘Designed Experience’ is so Vital to the Post-GFC World

Japanese design house Nendo recently teamed up with international fashion label BEIGE to remind the world why ‘experience’ in design is so important. A concept store for international fashion house, BEIGE has been newly opened in the Tamagawa Takashimaya shopping centre in suburban Tokyo. The store has been crafted by minimalist heroes, Nendo, as a multi-functional…

3 April, 2015

Can Flooring Define The Boundaries Of A Space?

With limited space and lead time, the flooring of the Monash University project proved that carpet tile can indeed define the prescribed functions of a space. Undertaken within an astonishingly tight deadline of two weeks, the Monash University Australian Law Faculty, Clayton Campus project by Dasch Associates in Melbourne, was incredibly successful. This humble little…

26 February, 2015

Can you communicate a brand’s vibrant culture through its floor?

Activity Based Working (ABW) has been the buzzword in the commercial sector over recent years. Australian national property developer CIP has taken up the challenge by transforming a 550sqm office into an energetic and vibrant ABW space for its staff and a showroom for its clients. The office space was carefully chosen to reflect the…