• In Conversation With… Benjamin Mitchell

  • An American Designer in Milan

  • Garden State

  • Milan, The Week That Was

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Creating MINI Design Hunters

Habitus recently partnered with I-Manifest and MINI to create a Micro-School of design in which high school-aged students would consider how architecture and design can bring awareness to future living habits.

The Epidemic of ‘Stuff’ – Part #3

Joanne Gambale tells the story of the ancient Hindu motif that ended up on a bottle of mouthwash and other tall tales of trends.

In Conversation With… Michele Chow

The brains and brawn behind independent Australian furniture brand, Dessein, Melbourne-based entrepreneur Michele Chow is a force to be reckoned with.

A Quiet Camouflage Or A Wild Embrace?

This Byron Bay resort, wrapped in rainforest, etches the curves of its coastal location providing many things to many people.

The Epidemic of ‘Stuff’ – Part #2

Still on a rant about cheap coffee tables, Joanne Gambale looks at the fantasy and the feasibility of a handcrafted home.

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Aboriginal Art Meets Designer Rugs with Yulparitja Collection

Yulparitja, Designer Rugs’ new handknot collection, is a vibrant celebration of artists from WA’s Bidyadanga community, and of their memories of journeys taken throughout their country

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Planning a Healthy Home

With more than a third of Australians suffering from asthma and allergies, it’s important to understand the triggers and take steps to avoid them.

The World’s Most Famous Chair: A Hollywood Icon

From 1950s Hollywood to your home: the surprising history of a chair.

Selling Free Water

Gretha Oost had an epiphany moment in 2012 and decided to rid the world of plastic water bottle pollution. It’s taken five years but, using art and design to inspire social and behavioral change, she has finally launched her first Art Fountain with the help of Zip Water.

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Colour Your Life With Schock Sinks

Exclusive to Abey Australia, the Schock Sink range has hit Australian shores and brown with it a new way forward for the bathroom.

John Wardle – Not Like You’d Expect

An architect’s life is one of calculation, certainty, mathematics, and cold hard facts presented in a black and white manner. They don’t believe in coincidences – or do they?

Tasmanian Blackwood Stands Out at Milan Design Week 2017

Thousands of miles from home, it’s Australia’s homegrown Tasmanian Blackwood under the spotlight on the global stage in Milan.

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