Rose Seidler House Focus Tour

Join Sydney Living Museums portfolio curator Joanna Nicholas on a tour of the iconic Rose Seidler house

Tasmanian Idyll

Welcome to the first in our new occasional series where we peek behind the public face of editors, designers, their manufacturers and retailers. Where better to start than with our own Ediitorial Director, Paul McGillick

Maxalto Febo Collection from Space

Maxalto presents a series of new and innovative additions to the elegant Febo collection by Antonio Citterio

Living In Iconic Australian Houses

What does it feel like living in one of Australia's iconic houses

Endless Stair becomes Scale Infinite

A new interpretation of the extraordinary Endless Stair hardwood structure has been unveiled in Milan


Creativity is what Peruvian architect Luis Gomez Siu certainly knows best. When he first moved to Australia he had the idea to furnish his place with cost efficient materials that he could make himself. Now he runs the highly successful Capas Furniture. We talk to him about life, Messina and design

The Petit + Sevitt Courtyard House Focus Tour

The Pettit + Sevitt Courtyard House was designed in 1965, when Sydney began to shift

New ‘Clone’ Light from Classiclite

The newly expanded Clone range offers a larger format of the original modular, versatile and attractive lighting solution that suits a variety of settings.

In the Folds of Hills

In the Folds of Hills depicts life in the secluded valleys around Lima, a rural area a little over 100 kms northwest from Melbourne, Victoria. A book of extraordinary documentary photography and heart warming stories.

Designing Iconic Australian Houses

Designing and building an iconic home can only be achieved with through the collaboration of a dynamic team who share an inspired and creative goal

Iconic Australian Houses Focus Tours

Join Sydney Living Museums for a wonderful opportunity to see inside some of Australia's iconic houses that are rarely open to the public

Meet The Masters

A unique opportunity to meet four of Australia’s most respected and influential architects – Glenn Murcutt, Professor Brit Andresen, Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury

New ‘Clone’ Light from Classiclite

The newly expanded Clone range offers a larger format of the original modular, versatile and attractive lighting solution that suits a variety of settings.

Iconic Australian Houses

Iconic Australian Houses, at the Museum of Sydney, will explore 30 iconic architect-designed 20th century houses from the past 60 years

Augmented Australia 1914 – 2014

Augmented Australia 1914 - 2014 at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia: a virtual journey through some of Australia’s most intriguing unrealised projects. Words by Elana Castle

Art, Design and a Dinosaur

Dinosaur Designer, Stephen Ormandy, revealed his true origins as an artist when Nicky Lobo asked whom it was that inspires him

Colours of Country

One of the highlights of Sydney Art Month is this new exhibition of Western Desert art. By Stephen Lacey

Moooi Heracleum II Small from Space Furniture

Designed by Bertjan Pot and powered through the Electrosandwich by Marcel Wanders, the Heracleum II Small is an impressive combination of beauty and impeccable design

Q+A with Matthew Woodward, Architect of Wirra Wirra Pavilion

With 'Wirra Wirra Pavilion, his first project featured in Habitus 23 (on sale now), Matthew Woodward's career is off to a very promising start. We sit down with the young architect to hear about his personal responses to the project, and how it has affected his practise.

Habitus 23 Photoshoot – Feasting

Author and stylist Amanda Talbot explains why she chose feasting as the theme for the Habitus Issue 23 (on sale now) photo shoot, reflecting on the importance of sharing meals and spaces in forging and maintaining strong personal relationships.
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