Most of us would agree our lives could do with a little less clutter. Focusing on this point, we look at design in this vein - furniture and products that honour simplicity.
The desire for privacy and the need to belong are a part of human nature. Tonkao Panin looks at a housing project in Bangkok by CASE which aims to reconcile these two often conflicting needs.
We begin our series of regular opinion pieces from Habitus Editor, Nicky Lobo. She claims: design is not something you buy, it's something we can all do.
The design of RAW hair Salon, in Surry Hills, Sydney, is about texture and detail - just like the salon's philosophy.
Brandling Street House, by Elaine Richardson Architects, is a new build in a conservation zone. The result is a light, colourful and open family home. Words by Tess Ritchie.
The founder of Spence and Lyda does not follow fashion. Paul McGillick discovers she follows her own taste.
A contemporary design by nature, Sharky features an extremely thin profile, giving it a clean and delicate form.
Ontera Modular Carpets successfully transformed the floorscape of our commercial environments, now they move into the home with their new residential modular carpet tiles.
With a view as good as this, it makes sense to embrace it. Onion architects, have done this precisely in Sala Rattanakosin - a renovation project in Bangkok. Words by Tess Ritchie.
The Artex kitchen system demonstrates Poliform's 44 years experience in design, manufacture and technical innovation.
We feature 8 products that feature man-made, time-honoured and organic textures that celebrate contrast, tactility and physical interaction.