Collingwood

The hottest style child to hit the Melbourne street scene is Collingwood. In 2016 it really comes into its own with a burgeoning café culture and hopping night life. From the suburb’s roughened backstreets emerges a happening cultural precinct of art, architecture, design and general creativity, feeding the city’s growing appetite for the new, the refreshing and the different.

AJAR furniture & design

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Cafe Culture + Insitu

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Darkon Lighting

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Hub at James Makin Gallery

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Interface

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Winspear

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Richmond

While it’s often filled with young city dwellers, Richmond is no new kid on the block. For the 9-5ers and occasional visitors, Church Street boasts a thick brew of coffee houses and restaurants exuding good design taste (in perfect harmony with their showroom neighbours) and, when you can snag a table, good food too! So rather than sitting on one side of the river, Richmond blithely sits right next to it and invites its neighbours to go middle-ground for once because there’s plenty of good design, cocktails, music and footy to be had!

Artedomus

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Arthur G

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Atlas Concorde Ceramiche

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CDK Stone

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Cerdomus Tile Studio

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Cult

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Dutch Design Collective

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PAD Furniture

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Products for People

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Shaw Contract

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Sketch Tile Concepts

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Tongue n Groove

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Urban Edge Ceramics

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