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Water tight design for a rainy day

Water tight design for a rainy day

Rainwater harvesting at a domestic scale is becoming easier and more cost effective in urban settings as water conservation becomes a major national imperative.

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Daydream believer

Daydream believer

The Solivoid was created as a lounge space for visitors to Designex in Melbourne this year. The inflatable floating construction provided a welcome break from the hectic exhibition atmosphere

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Back to the future

Back to the future

Retro. It was a golden word in the auto industry for a while. And, of course, car designers are keen on linking the past with the present. But recently the failure in the marketplace of some retro designs has automotive executives scratching their heads and thinking maybe ‘retro’ isn’t a fail-safe way to go.

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Simon Lloyd

Simon Lloyd

Designer Simon Lloyd has enjoyed success in several design areas. 
His felt and ceramic objects are featured in galleries and museums from Australia to Japan and Denmark.

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