This Byron Bay resort, wrapped in rainforest, etches the curves of its coastal location providing many things to many people.
It’s a win/win in Collingwood where Six Degrees have designed a new venue for STREAT, providing a youth training academy and revitalising a near-derelict property and industrial streetscape.
There’s nothing wrong with celebrating the golden eras of design, but there’s a fine line before taking it too far. No.19 café by Biasol in Melbourne shows us case-in-point how to lift design cues from our past all the while keeping things contemporary.
New York-founded, Hong Kong-based Lim + Lu have brought their distinctive east-meets-west design style to a new café–restaurant on the central district in Hong Kong.
Across all industries – fashion, furniture, interior and architecture – Australian Design deserves a round of applause: we’re seeing artistic beings exhibit their creative flair against long-lasting success.
It’s not just passion, it’s not just skill, and it’s not just knowing the right people. Staying alive – and relevant – in the design industry is an intricate balance of all three. And for nearly 20 years, Farage has had the winning combination.
On a grungy corner of Collingwood’s Smith Street, opposite a tired TAB, the newest addition to the Fonda Mexican franchise has opened its doors.
Around the World in 30 Years: Aesop’s latest venture in Downtown L.A. has all the trademarks of their archetypal approach to their stores' interiors – custom, unique, locally influenced and highly conceptual.
PLAYA by Lucy Folk has landed in Sydney. Just streets back from Bondi’s iconic shoreline the new space comes at the hands of friend and interior designer – and Habitus cover star – Tamsin Johnson.
Both literally and figuratively speaking, The Ripple Hotel takes Hangzhou’s boutique hotel scene to the next level. Christie Lee writes.
Designed by X-living, the new retail environment for Chinese department store JOOOS in Hangzhou shows us why the design industry is the ultimate antidote to online shopping.