Welcome to the Eccentric issue! This quarter we’ve left no holds barred, completely embraced the theme and left nothing to the imagination...
Habitus #35 has hit newsstands, Stephen Todd has revamped our feature section turning it into In Habitus Veritas, and Don Cameron – who headlines the feature – graces our cover.
The Pritzker Award winning Japanese architect of radical emergency housing is in Sydney this weekend to open a retrospective of his ground-breaking work.
Wynn A Bay was our – and by extension yours – feet on the ground this year at the annual Thailand International Furniture Fair. Here are our top picks not to be missed.
Change is in with air, but is the future of residential design looking bright?
Heritage architects with an eye to the future, Tonkin Zulaikha Greer are reshaping the urbanscape of Sydney.
Luxxbox is celebrating 10 years in the design game with an exhibition at Salone del Mobile’s design week in Milan.
Rapidly gaining recognition from Ankara to New York City, Australian–Pakistani artist Mehwish Iqbal’s first solo show includes textiles, sculpture and printmaking.
Cross-disciplinary collaboration in the arts sector brings Australian audiences FASTER, an enigmatic, contemporary triple bill with a set design by Kelvin Ho.
Community gardens and thinking sustainably about food has never been more important.
Educator, agitator, architect with a social conscience, Melonie Bayl-Smith is the founder and principal of Bijl Architecture and an adjunct professor at the University of Technology, Sydney.