Thomas Coward & Artedomus, New Volumes
Made from specially supplied stone from Artedomus, Thomas Coward worked with seven designers to create unique and beautiful products that conjure a sense of a modern artefact. The collaboration focused on highlighting the qualities of the stone, that has been exclusively supplied by Artedomus for the past 15 years. The outcome is a collection of contemporary pieces inspired by the strength and beauty of Elba marble.
Dale Hardiman & Tom Skeehan, Friends & Associates, Welcome to Wasteland
Industrial design meets waste management in this experimental exhibition that involved over 50 collaborators and 31 project outcomes, exploring the role of design in combating some of the greatest moral issues of our time.
Welcome To Wasteland was part of the Melbourne Design Week, and explored climate change, waste and pollution across scales of whole ecosystems and individual consumer choices. The multidisciplinary project included architects, industrial designers, furniture makers and researchers.
Tom Fereday & Earp Bros, OMNI Breeze Block. Photo – Jason Busch.
Thomas Coward & Artedomus, New Volumes. Photo – Sean Fennessy. Styling – Natalie Turnbull.
Dale Hardiman & Tom Skeehan, Friends & Associates, Welcome to Wasteland. Photo – Josh Robenstone.
Kosloff Architecture + Callum Morton + Monash Art Projects + Rush Wright Associates, 18 Innovation Revitalisation Project. Photo – Derek Swalwell.
TSAR Carpets, Byzantine Design and Luke Furniture for X-Materiality. Photo – Lillie Thompson.
Cantilever Interiors & DesignOffice, Tableau. Photo – Dan Hocking.
Cindy-Lee Davies & Dustin Fritsche, NWAY. Photo – Frances Normoyle.
Tyrone ‘Rone’ Wright & Carly Spooner, RONE Empire. Photo – Tyrone Wright. Styling – Carly Spooner.
Paige Anderson, Hayley Sparks and Emma Leonard, The Dreamers. Photo – Hayley Sparks. Illustrations – Emma Leonard.
MUIR + OPENWORK, Doubleground. Photo – Peter Bennetts.