Efficiently designed and proudly not mass-produced, Spence & Lyda’s 2015 range is a fun and exciting twist on the ideas of efficiency and flexibility, indelibly imprinted with the hands of the craftspeople involved in their design
In Habitus 27 we look at Namly House in Singapore by Chang Architects. Efficient in so many ways, here we take a peek at the in ground foot washer. Sweet isn't it?
Explore our Home of the Future feature from Habitus 27 in more detail and discover models for living inspired by the flexible and efficient mechanisms of the human body
Tribe Studio Architects explore the Home of the Future feature from Habitus 27.
In Melbourne’s Abbotsford, down one little back lane, is a very small, very creative space by young architects, Insider Outsider.
Explore our Home of the Future feature from Habitus 27 in more detail and discover models for living inspired by the flexible and efficient mechanisms of the human body.
Blowhouse, a speculative residential proposition by Paul Morgan Architects, is a ‘life support unit’ located on Australia’s southern coastline.
Barcode Room is a concept studio apartment composed of product furniture-walls which move freely from side to side, permitting the resident to customize the size of space to fit a variety of uses.
Stephen Collier Architects have a strong history in the residential space, one of their strong points being small spaces. The company’s recent Byron Hall apartment in Potts Point is a perfect example of their innovative design.
The question of whether one can make a small bathroom functional, without compromising on aesthetics, is common to anyone looking to renovate. Will the room feel cramped? Does it have to be plain? The answer is no. Combining practicability and visual harmony is possible, and actually not so difficult.
This compact holiday home, nestled into a densely packed pocket of a seaside resort village Whangamata, ‘stands on tiptoe’ to capture ocean views. Georgia Cannon reports.
Elana Castle unlocks a thoroughly practical and poetic sanctuary in one of Australia’s harshest natural environments.
Collaborating with Ryohin Keikaku, Torafu Architects have designed three separate residential units in very small spaces. Each has distinct style and epitomises flexibility. We speak with Torafu director Suzuno Koichi about how