What defines iconic design? And what are the pros and cons of putting respected designers, products, brands and buildings on a pedestal? Sophie Davies explores our love affair with making things iconic.
This week, we were very excited to celebrate the launch of Habitus issue 29 at a party hosted by Hub. The night was terrific, and a great way for readers and a range of the featured designers and homeowners in the magazine to mingle, relax and chill out with the Habitus team over a glass of wine
Our latest issue to hit the newsstands on Thursday 22 October, features the idyllic home of Australian artist Ken Done, the studio of knitwear designer Katherine Mavridis and a family home that sits boldly in the New Zealand bush
Open spaces and framed views connect to the vastness of the landscape beyond, where rolling hills, valleys and sky combine to create a spectacular view of the best that nature has to offer. Claire Watkins reports
For baby boomers with an affinity for fashion, Christopher Graf requires no introduction. His vibrant, cartoon-like clothing for women set his South Yarra boutique apart during the late 1980s and through the ‘90s. Three years ago Graf started to design silk scarves. These limited-edition designs reflect his highly unique home on the edge of Melbourne. Stephen Crafti reports.
He’s known for his iconic painting scenes, his equally iconic moustache and his gallery in Sydney’s historic The Rocks. But rather than a high-rolling Artist, Ken Done sees himself simply as a painter – a very lucky one. Habitus Editor, Nicky Lobo reports.
The home of the future has been a sci fi cliché for years. How much equity should we give the connected home for improving our lives, when design can preserve the things we love about home, and provide answers to our 21st-century problems
We capture a dancer in motion for the photo shoot in our latest issue, Habitus
This week, we were very excited to celebrate the launch of Habitus issue 28 at a party hosted by Stylecraft. It was a terrific night where readers and some of the featured designers and homeowners, and the Habitus team got to relax and chat over a glass of wine
The Lazy Season Pot was born of a desire to celebrate and engage with the natural world through uncompromising design and resolved practical solutions
Launching a carefully selected range of its iconic products, Bang & Olufsen now offers admirers the chance to enjoy these products in a new Rose golden nuance as part of this exclusive collection