At Melbourne Indesign, Habitus celebrated the best of Australia’s design community, with a series of LiveLife panel discussions where the brightest and finest design savants debated and discussed a myriad of topics close at the heart of Australian design.
Melbourne Indesign 2016 was a mammoth event spanning three days, and Habitus was proud to be a part of the conversation, on the ground visiting showrooms and exhibitions, spurring conversation with our LiveLife panels, and letting down our hair at the official Melbourne Indesign After Party.
After a jam-packed few days of design excitement, we look back on the weekend that was Melbourne Indesign.
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.
Melbourne Indesign is just days away, and we had the opportunity to speak with event ambassador Emma Telfer with what she thinks are the big questions for the design community, and what events she's looking forward to most.
Melbourne Indesign and the National Gallery of Victoria are teaming up for a very special guided tour for Up Late. We’re hosting an exclusive preview of the Glenn Murcutt, An Architecture of Faith exhibition at the
This Melbourne Indesign, design goes dark. For one night only, Friday 12 August it's time for your after-dark date with the best in design
Melbourne Indesign 2016 is less than a month away, and it’s been all hands on deck here behind the scenes at team MID! Indesign: The Event has pared back the event to only the best, creating a new experience for design hunters, and we’re excited to be able to show off some of the new developments they've been working on…
Along with designers Christopher Boots and Volker Haug, the LiveLife series is set to explore one of the last frontiers of design for homeowners – lighting.
There’s nothing more magical than an up-late date with Melbourne city. Finish your day and join us in Melbourne’s CBD for a super hot date with design, this Friday 12 August
For the fourth and final Fugitive Structure installation at the Sherman Gallery, Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia has created 'Green Ladder', a network of bamboo rods tied together to create a pavilion for meditation and reflection. Sammy Preston reports.
Identity is always tied up with ego, and this is especially true of architecture. Are we proud or embarrassed of our residential architecture?
Habitus’ conversation series at Melbourne Indesign in August explores the next frontiers in living: Protect, Disrupt and Light.