Geez, these months are passing by really fast, aren’t they!? Our May (already?) edition of the Yellowtrace Spotlight rounds up the best of the best submissions from the past month, featuring Australian and global design news. And by now you all know the drill – there’s so much awesome design to share, so trust us when we say you don’t want to miss out on this month’s selection. We have three new hospitality projects in Melbourne, Belgium, and British Columbia, a nostalgia-inspired stone release from Fibonacci, an all-brick house in India and more favourites from Milan including the latest from Local Design. Go on, get to it already!
Vancouver-based Studio Roslyn have designed the new digs of Parsonage Café in Victoria, British Columbia, set in a former upholstery and automotive shop.
Belgian culinary duo Gert De Mangeleer and Joachim Boudens have taken their eatery L.E.S.S to new heights with the help of Another Office.
Restaurateur Jason Jones and interior designer Brahman Perera have reimagined the magnificent historic Stamford Park Homestead in Rowville, Victoria.
Mid Century Italian Vintage furniture supplier Castorina & Co have a beautiful new showroom on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, designed by Flack Studio.
Slow-fashion Australian footwear brand FEIT has opened it’s third U.S store, following two New York outposts with a spot in San Francisco’s Jackson Square.
Inspired by a blade-like mineral formation known as the ‘desert rose’, the National Museum of Qatar in Doha designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel features 11 galleries across 21,000sqm.
Bangalore-based architects CollectiveProject have completed a Brick House in Whitefield, an area of India that was open farmland up until 15 years ago.
Dzek has released ExCinere, a collection of volcanic ash-glazed tiles for architectural surfaces developed in collaboration with Formafantasma.
At Milan Design Week 2019, lighting duo Giopato&Coombes debuted ‘To The Moon and Back’, a collection combining the surreal with the ordinary.
Fatima’s Reflection: How A Curious Student And A Dose Of Heartfelt Nostalgia Led To A Very Special Fibonacci Stone Creation.
Australian Terrazzo stone brand Fibonacci have introduced a new product to their Muse collection, inspired by a student’s longing for her home in Morocco.
In the largest independent showcase of Australian design to date at Milan Design Week, Local Design unveiled its fourth edition with works by 44 Australian and New Zealand designers.
Reform is set to launch three new collaborations with renowned architects and designers Studio David Thulstrup, Note Design Studio and Muller Van Severen.
‘Tale of Tiles’ shows Marcante-Testa’s Dekorami collection for Ceramica Vogue cladding the walls of ambiguous, metaphysical spaces, where the tiles take center stage.