Stephen Crafti

  • Future Classic | Henry Wilson Surface Sconce

    We shed a light on the Henry Wilson Surface sconce as part of our Future Classic series, launched just four years ago.

  • Explore a Cultivated Terrace Transformation

    We step inside a Melbourne terrace by Kestie Lane Studio to learn more about the custom kitchen at its core.

  • Future Classic | Groovy Chair

    As part of our Future Classic series, we see why Pierre Paulin’s sculptural Groovy chair is experiencing a resurgence.

  • Discover Boundary-Pushing Lighting Design

    When it comes to Moooi lighting, used both in domestic and commercial settings, the word ‘iconic’ is appropriate.

  • The ICON | Butterfly Chair

    Unlike other chairs from the late 1930s, the Butterfly chair requires the user to recline, relax and contemplate the world going by.

  • Kitchen Closeup | Designed for Family Living

    Step inside a Poliform Artex kitchen designed for an architectural home in Melbourne’s Kew, that works hard for the family that lives there.

  • The ICON | Tulip Chair

    Designed in 1956 by Eero Saarinen and produced by Knoll, the Tulip Chair (with or without armrests) continues to ‘strike a pose’.

  • Killora House by Tanner Architects

    Lara Marseele, originally from Belgium, was instantly captivated with this treed site at Killora Bay on Bruny Island, in Tasmania.

  • Top 10 Products for 22

    We forecast 10 design products across furniture, lighting and accessories you should know about this year.

  • Brand To Know | Baxter

    There doesn’t appear to be a time when Baxter wasn’t on the design scene. Its extensive collection of lounges, armchairs, side chairs and tables make its collection a popular choice for both designers and their clients.

  • The ICON | Thonet No.18 Chair

    Simplicity is often the key to creating an iconic design. And in the case of the Thonet chair, only six elements were required to make each chair.

  • Where Architects Live | William Smart

    Located in Alexandria, the new studio and home for architect William Smart and his team of 48 is breathtaking.

  • Future Classic | Mad Chair

    Marcel Wanders’ velvet-covered Mad chair is quintessentially a Future Classic – combining comfort with beauty.

  • Future Classic | Whistling Tea Kettle

    One of the most successful designer household items produced by Alessi, the Whistling Tea Kettle, can be found in many kitchens worldwide.

  • The ICON | Series 7 Chair

    The Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair maintains its high standards over 60 years on from Arne Jacobsen’s initial design.

  • Bellevue Hill by Pohio Adams Architects

    Built in the 1930s, this two-storey house in Sydney’s Bellevue Hill, has been reworked into a fine fusion of period and contemporary.

  • Future Classic | Extrasoft Sofa

    Few sofas are as comfortable as Piero Lissoni’s module Extrasoft Sofa, conceived for furniture brand Living Divani.

  • My Space | Tim Van Steenbergen

    We step inside the Antwerp home and atelier of Belgian fashion designer Tim Van Steenbergen, featuring a coveted collection of vintage pieces.