HOMES

A Joyful Home for Robert Puksand

Founding partner of Gray Puksand, Robert Puksand, enlists colour, movement and fun in his Melbourne home to see he and his wife into the next stage of their lives.

An Elegant Rethink Of Communal Living

The modernisation of a single-house block from Foomann Architects helps expand a sense of community within the same address.

Italian Design, Down-under

This stunning kitchen proves that sophisticated Italian design can be just as at home in this Victorian home as in a modern Milan apartment.

More Timeless Than Modern

Vo Trong Nghia Architects weave a decidedly contemporary structure with natural, ancient – human – elements to merge old and new connotations of Vietnam.

The Kiwi Bach That Keeps Evolving

New Zealand’s vernacular holiday house is ever more sophisticated but as this Matakana home by Glamuzina Architects demonstrates, its spirit still remains.

View Finder

Sydney architect and photographer, Tom Ferguson applies a fine eye to the built environment.

The Plan to Build House by tenfiftyfive

A home in Melbourne by architects tenfiftyfive boasts a kitchen that connects directly to the exterior environment. No longer do those cooking need to be separated from the rest of the happenings.

Kister Architects’ Church Conversion

Direct from the pages of Habitus #36, Ilana Kister of Kister Architects has taken a dilapidated, inner city church and turned it into her studio's headquarters; seamlessly connected to the home she shares with her three young daughters.

What Makes the Perfect Living Space?

Brought to you by Gaggenau, The Living Space Award honours the region’s most inspiring home – one that dwells thoughtfully and sensitively, enabling a well-designed way of life.

A Kind Of Curvature

Indulge in the full story from one of the bathrooms featured in Habitus #36, the Nourish issue. On a corner site overlooking Sydney’s Tamarama beach, this sculptural house by Porebski Architects emerges out as an inspired form from its natural setting.

Paradise Found in Habitus #36

In a remote part of FUIJAN, China – a far cry from the hustle, bustle and non-stop action of city life – Zhang Junlin and his family are able to seek respite in their remote, yet not isolated, home.

What’s Your Dream Home?

The Kingfisher House, as featured in Habitus #36, by Josephine Hurley is the realisation of her parents’ dream home. Thirty-five years in the making, it has been fine-tuned with time and age.

Jaques Richmond by Riverlee Group

An exciting urban transformation in the heart of Richmond, Melbourne, converts an industrial building (formerly produced rock crushing machinery that helped carve out Melbourne’s train tunnels) into state-of-the-art contemporary apartments and townhouses, known as Jaques Richmond.

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