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Design Study | Evolution of Private Work Pods

In this design study, we explore the many forms of our private work pods. The idea was first standardised into our Focus Pod and has gradually evolved into many iterations to suit a variety of applications. Like with all our screen and worktop products, each desking pod is customised on a per project basis and we’ve used a multitude of finishes from board and fabric to more challenging materials such as PET board.   Focus Pod The Focus Pod’s strength lies in its simplicity with carefully considered angles acting as stabilisers.   Mallard Focus Pod Experimenting with one of our

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Introducing Flippity-Flip

We’re excited to announce Flippity-Flip, our new flip table system which allows for a multitude of sizes and shapes. The mechanism grants the ability to have either a square, round or oval shaped uprights in both metal or timber finishes. Contact us for more information. Flippity-Flip Accented by strong, clean lines, Flippity-Flip’s base mirrors various top shapes with square, oval and round upright column options. The mechanism is easy to operate, can be nested and upright columns are available in metal powdercoat or timber.   Mo Chair in House Fabric Mo upholstered in one of our bolder house fabric. The

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Luxmy News | EOFY Product Updates

We have some quick updates for the end of financial year. We have also overhauled our house fabrics to cater to a variety of project requirements with cost effectiveness and lead time in mind. These options include plains, patterns, leather-look, fire-retardant, velvet and vinyl with a carefully considered colour palette to allow for a mix of finishes and accents. Buttercup Corner Module A corner module for the Buttercup is now available in low and high back options, and can create a complete lounge.   Plywood Veneer Top This real plywood veneer top has been used as a statement piece and

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What’s in a Technology Enabled Classroom?

Australian schools and universities are adopting Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) across a range of disciplines and study spaces. TEAL is an educational innovation that emphasises active learning where teachers and students engage through practical work, collaboration and a degree of autonomy. Despite the name, technology is an educational aid on par with a pen and paper, and complements traditional learning tools with the most radical change occurring in the learning space itself. TEAL moves learning spaces away from the front facing teacher and students in prearranged seats to an agile and flexible classroom. This allows TEAL to occur in practice

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Expanding the GECA family!

Luxmy has added even more to our GECA-licenced offering. GECA is an internationally recognised ecolabelling standard assuring that products have been made with sustainable and environmentally friendly materials and processes. It is accepted as Level A by the Green Building Council of Australia and assist in meeting a variety of other green targets. Below are our new additions to our GECA certified line up. Click the images for more about the product.

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Sydney InDesign 2017 Wrap Up

The Luxmy Group joined in Sydney InDesign over weekend to celebrate our 20 years of operation. Our showcase included screens, upholstery, tables and joinery across our brands. Thanks for the support! As a recap or if you weren’t able to make it, we have a few photos from the show. It was also a pleasure to have Caren Elliss, Adelaide-based designer of the Splinter Collection, to join us and meet visitors. Our works at the exhibition included: – Screens in various shapes and finishes including 120 degree, curved, upholstered, PET board and veneer – Funhouse Teacup range including the Teacup, Venti and Sugarbowl –

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Time to Design a Workplace Refresh

Spring has sprung. Now is the perfect time of year to do a full office evaluation, de-clutter and refresh. Sound a bit daunting? It’s not. If you’re looking to liven up your workspace with the change of season, there are simple things you can do to create a warm, inviting space that inspires your employees and impresses your visitors without blowing through your design budget. Here are three simple tips to keep in mind as you spring into workplace design planning: A Little Change can go a Long Way Ahead-of-the-curve workspaces go beyond being ‘functional’ and ‘clean’, they also capture

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Integrated Agile Workspaces

Among the many stereotypes thrust upon millennials is their overwhelming desire to be collaborative. It turns out however, millennials have a lot more in common with the baby boomer generation, and would actually like a little peace and quiet to get their work done. In fact, a recent survey from Oxford Economics found that “the ability to focus and work without interruptions” was ranked #1 most important by 29% of respondents from a pool of 1,200 employees across a wide range of industries. Half of them were bothered by lack It’s no surprise really. As baby boomers reach retirement and

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Warm Up to These Workplace Design Ideas!

When the temperature drops, many of us take steps to make our homes cozier as we to settle into wait for the season to change. While some of the steps we take are logistical, such as sealing air leaks, adding insulation or adjusting thermostat settings, there are often also design concepts to consider that will make you feel right at home. Most of these approaches can also be integrated into the workplace to create a comfortable environment that promotes productivity while also encouraging team members to settle in. Here are a few simple tips to help transform your workplace into

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Sustainable Design is in the Details  

 In today’s business landscape, environmentally designed workspaces are quickly becoming the norm as younger generations step into more managerial roles and begin to transform the business environment to align with their personal ideologies. And what’s often a top priority for our next generation of executives? You’ve got it – green initiatives. For interior designers, project managers or business leaders looking to stay ahead of the curve and help grow their brand, reputation and bottom line through sustainability, here are some simple tips to consider:  Integrate Sustainable Wood  The Australian Government has implemented a Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification

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