Malcolm Walker Architects' Henri Sayes is an Auckland based architect and Design Hunter®. We chat with the man about his premier project under his namesake architecture studio
Melbourne's Ross Didier has recently launched a new range of furniture, the Congo Collection. The range continues Ross' success story since launching his studio in 2000, which led to more than 25 successful range launches in both local and international markets
Australian fashion iconista, Jenny Kee has made a decidedly colourful splash in Melbourne with the launch of a new limited edition capsule collection of knitwear, ‘A new beginning’, developed in collaboration with The Woolmark Company. Presented at Pieces of Eight gallery as part of the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, the range uses digital knitting technology to bring to life some of Kee’s most iconic patterns
Architect Paul Hotston, of Phorm Architecture, thinks every kitchen should have morning winter light and his favourite drink is Hendricks gin. Of course we want to hear more.
In Habitus issue 27 (on sale April 23) we visit Nahji Chu at home. Here, we ask what this space means to her; why she lives inner city and how the place reflects her values.
Perth-born, Sydney-based artist Mason Kimber has been experimenting with traditional fresco techniques in his latest body of work. With a solo exhibition opening this week, we chat to the painter about inspiration, architectural memory, and the joys and challenges of making art.
Artist Joe Wilson speaks to Belinda Aucott about commercial art galleries and his latest collaboration with Chanelle Collier for BANG.
Georgina Wilson, of Georgina Wilson Architects, swears by German brand Dr Spiller for her skincare.
Architect Emilio Fuscaldo is big a fan of open shelving in the kitchen. For him, it's a way to show off wares which are so much a part of our personality
Sydney-based Architect Tony Owen's dream kitchen is Balducci’s on West Broadway.
Fashion Engineer, Bei Na Wei represents a particular breed of creative: highly researched, meticulous and focused. All qualities that you might expect from someone who used to work in the electrical engineering industry. Having recently burst on to the Australian fashion scene during 2013's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, Bei Na Wei is the very definition of a creative omnivore.
Creative Director, of Deadly Ponies Liam Bowden is inspired by Brancuzi.