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A Taste of Milan 2015

What is happening in Milan right now? An overwhelming amount of design - that's what. After all, Salon del Mobile, or Milan Design week, is the largest design fair in the world. In light of that, this is a small taste of what's happening in the northern hemishphere right now.

Noma Tokyo Shelving mixes Traditional Craftsmanship with Material Innovation

Australian designer Drew Wahlberg Rosskelly is one of 15 artists invited to contribute to the fitout for NOMA Copenhagen’s residency at the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo. Georgia Cannon discovers more about the outcome of this exciting collaboration.

Nahji Chu on Art and Culture

In part two of our Q+A with Nahji Chu, we talk art and culture - why these things are important to Nahji and how she engages with them.

The Ultimate Australian Hut

A secluded Mudgee house represents a side of quintessential Australiana. Part bushranger's hide-out, part reflective meditative area and wonderfully unique.

Habitus Loves… Bedroom Storage

We all know what poor storage feels like (awkward) and that good storage fits seamlessly into our lives. In light of our focus on efficiency & flexibility this month, here are a few especially great storage solutions for the bedroom that contribute to an efficient and flexible way of living.

Habitus loves…Thailand International Furniture Fair 2015

Whether for the love of surrealism, brutalism, and minimalism in our space, or ever wonder how furniture can integrate Zen philosophy with Scandinavian design? This year, we bring you the latest collection that integrated living with art, design, and philosophy.

This Design Reflects Quiet conservatism

A quiet and delightful interior takes centre stage in the reworking of this former ‘volume build’ family home by Windust Architects. Annie Reid takes a closer look.

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Online designer marketplace launched.

A new online marketplace has been launched for Australian design lovers

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Committed to Collaboration

85% of Geberit's products are behind the wall and they are a technically minded company. But they also recognise the value in aesthetics. This is why Geberit is entirely committed to their design collaborations; function must look good.

Perceptive Power examines the complex relationship between the artist and industry

RMIT Design Hub presents Perceptive Power – an exhibition examining the complex and sometimes uneasy relationship between the artist and industry within the context of what is described as our ‘third industrial revolution’.

‘Art Money’ makes Owning Art a Reality

'Art Money', launched yesterday in Sydney, is a new interest-free art loan program that basically means buyers can take an artwork straight home from the gallery, after falling in love. From there, they have 10 months to pay it off, interest-free. Yes, Art Lovers, it's time to Celebrate.

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Kristalia Launches Sharky by Neuland Design

A contemporary design by nature, Sharky features an extremely thin profile, giving it a clean and delicate form.

Geberit allows for design freedom in Luxe apartments

Throughout the entire Luxe development, Geberit was specified - functionality and aesthetics allowing the design freedom necessary in a high-end project like this one.

Biasol Takes a Seat

Sydney lifestyle and furniture retailer Meizai secured the talents of Biasol Design Studio for the design and creation of the newly available Tre Mezzo range.

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