This week, we will be attending Hong Kong Business of Design Week, where our Chris Connell-designed Gallery Chair will be on display. Thanks to real estate agents Marshall White, who included the Gallery Chair in a list of their top furniture picks from the Pavilion. Read more here.
Melbourne’s largest suburban mixed-use project M-City Monash is racking up some noteworthy milestones.
Construction works have begun on the site of M-City – Schiavello Group’s $1 billion mixed-use development in Clayton.
Piling and retention works across the 35,000sqm plot are underway on the corner of Princess Highway and Blackburn Road, signifying the project’s transition into reality after being dormant for many years.
This year marked the highly anticipated launch of Toku, designed and presented by Gavin Harris to the A&D community. Across both days, Gavin Harris shared his inspiration behind the new collection and his design process.
Adele Bates and Schiavello came together to present the MR Chair. With a focus on modern simplicity and a refined geometric form, Adele Bates took inspiration from the MR Chair and designed the Schiavello stand that speaks to the chairs design itself. The intent was to reflect products core ideals, and how it’s contemporary aesthetic is approachable and reflective of the human scale. Elements of colour within the stand is a response to the colour palette of the chairs finishes – multifaceted and wide-ranging – and a rendered textural finish is used in response to the visually tactile nature of the range.
Pioneer represented an Australian design collective of local independent designers. Having recently re-launched at Denfair 2017, SID represented the official Sydney launch of MAP. Designed by Chris Connell, the latest products on display included Split table, Lean storage, Plane table and Rib chair.
Thank you to everyone who joined us at SID!
The Star Entertainment Group unveiled three new fantasy-themed suites at the Astral Tower in Pyrmont; the $3,000 a night Cyberpunk and 70s Glam Studio theme rooms, and the $800 a night Dark Romance suite.
A clever facade banner has been installed at Curtin House in Swanston Street, Melbourne. Covering the entire building, the banner is a collective attempt at beautifying Melbourne’s construction sites made possibly by Techne Architecture + Interior Design, Schiavello Construction, Erbas, Project Insite and Seb Godfrey.
Schiavello Construction is undertaking renovation works at the Rooftop Bar & Cinema Melbourne.
Luke Steele, Director of Schiavello Construction SA, recently hosted
Schiavello’s SA Construction team is responsible for building the $15m facility – named the Jamie Larcombe Centre – which will replace ward 17 at the Repat Hospital.
The Parley table and Focus booth have appeared in the latest issue of (inside) magazine.
An article by Susan Muldowney discusses how much the workplace has changed over the years and how flexibility and mobility has impacted workplace design. Incorporating the comforts of home, Susan discusses with Anton Schiavello, Director of Schiavello International, why products such as the Parley table and Kayt Village collection promotes movement, comfort and connectivity. The newest edition to the Schiavello range, Focus, also featured in (inside) magazine’s top product picks for the month.
The Iatest design by Ivan Woods and Schiavello has received positive editorial from Habitus Living and Indesign Live, the digital component of Habitus and Indesign magazine. Discussing the history of the Ottoman and its evolution to today, Habitus Living shares the cultural influences behind Karo’s design.
Internationally acclaimed design magazine FRAME has profiled Schiavello in their latest issue in celebration of our milestone 50th anniversary.
The 4-page report by Penny Craswell has featured insights from Schiavello Managing Director, Peter Schiavello, and gives readers a glimpse into Schiavello’s company history and latest products and innovations.
In celebration of Schiavello’s 50th anniversary, Indesign Live featured a story on Schiavello’s design culture and focus on innovation.
With 30,000 unique visitors per month, Indesign Live is dedicated to offering the latest design news in interior and product design.
Design and architecture media outlets are already publicising Schiavello’s latest product release, Vertical Garden.
The Joost Bakker designed garden wall has received positive editorial from Indesign Live, the digital companion to Indesign magazine.
Keeping up-to-date with the latest in projects, products and people in design, Indesign Live has highlighted Vertical Garden’s commitment to neurological nourishment and health and wellbeing.
In celebration of Schiavello’s 50th anniversary, Habitus Living and Contemporary featured a story on Schiavello’s collaboration with design luminary, Mari Funaki. The sculptural masterpiece located at Schiavello’s headquarters is one of many fine examples of Schiavello’s commitment to design quality and excellence.
The digital complement to Habitus magazine, Habitus Living is a unique source of inspiration for ‘design hunters.’ Established by the Indesign Group, Contemporary was created as a go-to source for Perth’s growing architecture and design community.
(inside) magazine has profiled Schiavello in their latest issue in celebration of the company’s milestone 50th anniversary.
Writer Gillian Serisier spoke with Schiavello International Director, Anton Schiavello, and has beautifully captured the company’s history, key achievements, and passion for innovative design.
Published bi-monthly, (inside) is the definitive handbook for every interior designer, showcasing the latest innovations, projects and products from Australia and abroad.
At last month’s DENFAIR, Schiavello Principle of People and Culture, Keti Malkoski, joined Gavin Harris of futerspace and Bradford Gorman of Gorman/Birrell, for Workspace Beyond 2016: A panel discussion on the future of the workplace.
Australian Design Review has recapped key talking points from the discussion which touched on insights on the many factors shaping our offices, the increasing integration of work and life, and how this will affect us in years to come.