Below is a list of articles in Craft Culture regarding design.


Design for a World of Solidarity
by Adélia Borges

The 2007 Craft Victoria Annual Lecture describes a new wave of collaborations between craft and design in Latin America that reflects a world turning to cultural roots as a source of innovation.

Massclusivity Symposium
by Kelly Rude

A Toronto forum on product development of third world artisans leaves many questions unanswered

What women want: the capricious nature of shoes
by Peter McNeil and Giorgio Riello

A history of the modern shoe reveals an ongoing quest to move up in the world

Handmade in Melbourne and Freestyle
by Sue Green

Two flagship surveys of contemporary craft and design provide radically different approaches to their subject

My World
by Rebecca Roke

Design turns to craft as a way of seeing beyond the global product

New Design 2006
by Karen Finch

Review of graduate work reveals a creative breadth and return to artisanal values

Design Through Making
by Kevin Murray

A new architectural publication promotes the importance of making in design practice

The Hat Project Here and There; Australia/UK.
by Karen Finch


The Home Show
by Pearl Gillies


Light Year: Aaron Lance Robinson
by Jo Scicluna

Scicluna challenges the act of categorisation in the craft world

Hunters and Collections
by Sue Green

Take a peek into the finest wardrobes at the NGV:I

Touching Images
by Eliza Downes


Publishing: The Craft Of The Book And Other Art-Based Practices
by Peta Carlin

3 Deep Publishing explore the book as a conceptual work.

Transposition: 5 Jewellers Respond to Pyrmont’s History
by Tracey Clement

Under the guidance of curator Rhana Devenport and local historian Shirley Fitzgerald, jewellers Joungmee Do, Brenda Factor, Rohan Nicol, Sean O’Connell and Alice Whish have examined the rich history of Pyrmont, one of Sydney’s inner city suburbs.

Lesley Kehoe interview
by Emily Howes

View from Mount Fuji : a conversation with Lesley Kehoe, Lesley Kehoe Gallery.

Out of sight: tactile art 2004
by Emily Howe

Out of Sight - Tactile Art 2004 encourages visitors to get 'hands on' and experience contemporary works of art through their sense of touch.

In Dust We Trust
by Melissa Voderberg

International designers embrace rapid prototyping as a vehicle for craft

New Design 2004
by Tracey Clement

A unexpected journey through the best of design at the new Object: Australia’s New Design Centre

Great Expectations
by Alex Selenitsch

A touring exhibition of British design provides minimal delight

Manufacturing craft in Victoria
by Ross Longmuir

Who made the bean bag? While designs are often stolen, skills and understanding of materials rests with the maker

Home Sweet Home
by Alex Selenitsch

Alex Selenitsch finds the touring exhibition of British design a poor alternative to shopping.