After all the hard work that went into the social issue, we couldn’t wait to get together, celebrate – and show it off!
Celebrating the end of the year, Candana and STS Stone hosted their inaugural Christmas Block Party, opening the doors of both of their showrooms for a night of bubbles and treats.
An exhibition at Old Government House offers a considered and surprising look domestic design by juxtaposing contemporary and colonial furniture.
Jade Jurewicz rediscovers Perth as one of Open House Perth's ambassadors and shares her journey with us.
In case you missed it Habitus recently played host to a design discussion about why Collingwood, Melbourne, is a cultural hotspot.
One of our favourite rug suppliers, Designer Rugs is hosting a three-day weekend warehouse sale, and we are so ready!
RMIT’s Furniture Design Exhibition will showcase over 30 original designs by 25 emerging designers from the Associate degree of Furniture Design
2017 marks the inaugural year of the INDE. AWARDS: Indesign Media’s latest offering to Asia Pacific’s A+D community. But does our industry need another award? YES. Here’s why…
Cosentino celebrated the launch of the newest additions to the Dekton xGloss family and the unveiling of Sensa Granite with a special collaboration with Gelato Messina, and the announcement of the winners of the 2016 Cosentino Design Challenge.
Christmas is right around the corner and The Big Design Market is here to help you with all of your gifting needs, perfect for your favourite design hunters.
Australian lifestyle brand ANEAU celebrated their launch with the unveiling of their debut collection and a photography exhibition at Special Group Studios.
From Habitus Living publisher Indesign Media comes INDE. – the new benchmark for design awards in the Asia Pacific. This is a diverse and dynamic corner of the world, and with the INDE.Awards, Asia Pacific recognises its leading work and creative minds on its own terms.
When asked to describe Nijinsky, Artistic Director of the Australian Ballet Company David McAllister sums the intense ballet up with one word: gut-wrenching.