Designer Series - Léonard Kadid Interview

Léonard Kadid is an architect and product designer based in Paris, France. From object to architecture, the work of his studio focuses on structural experimentation and formal simplification to explore the intrinsic characteristics of matter. After 

studying at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland and the École d'Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires in Paris, Léonard collaborated with some renowned international offices, before setting up his own studio.

Léonard’s latest product is the Pier range, which Resident has recently released. This week we got to chat to Léonard about his life as a designer, and we ...


Futur Pension

A new 2000 sqm office for one of Sweden’s leading insurance companies – Futur Pension – located on Linnégatan, Stockholm.


Designer Series - John Tree Interview

John Tree is a London-based product designer, whose work is built upon a broad knowledge of technology, markets, materials and processes. He develops products across multiple categories, from high-end, small-run items through to mainstream mass-produced commercial items. 

Johns latest product is the Jiro Swivel Chair, which Resident has recently released. This week we got to chat to John about his life as a designer, and we are happy to share the below interview with you - 


Warsaw Apartments by Thisispaper

Clean lines and muted tones contrast the raw brick and concrete of this former print house in Warsaw – now converted into a pair of stripped-back holiday homes.


Poured Pleats - Jack McKinney Architects

This unusual site has two street frontages, one occupied by an Edwardian villa, the other was a large lawn. This presented the opportunity to have a second front to the house, in the form of a significant addition that faces the rear street.


No 92 Wine Bar Sydney

No 92 Wine Bar by Pattern Studio preserves the historical essence of a rendered brick, late 1800s Victorian Georgian Building in Glebe. Past iterations have seen the building house a bank, tea room, antique dealer, boot factory and even a private investigators office. Now, the two-storey interior delivers the warmth of a cosy local hangout with a nuanced elegance.


M11 Studio

M11 is a highly graphic remodelling of a former art gallery on a corner site in Newmarket. This unique, contemporary high-end hair salon draws inspiration from the minimalist art forms and mirrored box-like sculptures of Donald Judd and Robert Morris. Light reflects off the brass detailing and smokey mirrors adding warmth to the hard surfaces.