For Melbourne Indesign 2016, Habitus presents the LiveLife Seminar Series: the place to learn, discuss and debate the latest and most controversial aspects of contemporary design and architecture.
Indesign: The Event returns to Australia’s capital of culture on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th of August 2016. Melbourne Indesign 2016 is an immersive, highly curated design experience, for the industry and by the industry
For Studio Elke’s Elke Kramer, design is a constant work in progress, and she finds herself consciously going out of her way to create designs that no one else is creating: “As soon as you find yourself pinpointing a single influence, I feel like I’m becoming a cliché, so I try my best to eject that from my work.”
Ben Young calls himself a glass and concrete artist. Naomi Russo finds out how the label reflects the importance of materiality to his work.
Yioryios is a Sydney based artist with a passion for architecture and abstract form. Drawing inspiration from Sydney’s iconic Opera House, his ‘Distorting the Inherent’ exhibition is an exploration of translating architecture into sculpture. Christina Rae reports.
With Milan’s Salon del Mobile 2016 under way, Alice Blackwood went to visit the Marimekko Home and got to have a quick conversation with Marimekko’s Creative Director, Anna Teurnell.
Miso, the Ukrainian born, Australian artist is mapping conflict zones with her unique artistic practice, Naomi Russo reports.
Melbourne-based photographer Christine Francis has journeyed across 21 states, in 21 days, on an 8000 mile road trip across America to document the vast, seductive, impermanent worlds that make up America.
North is an Australian textile brand with a focus on quality, beauty and supporting the skills of indigenous artists
Fiona Ho, Design Director at Go Design Solutions' shares some clever tips on how to increase the value of your home with only a few small changes.
Meet Meaghan and Roberto Rodriguez, the talented couple behind Reduxr, designing and producing a stunning array of lighting that can be described as elegant, evocative and sensual. Rebecca Gross reports.