Founder and owner of Weylandts, Chris Weylandt, talks about the art of lounging and living with this fresh South African brand
We asked a few experts in the know, who design and supply some of our favourite lounging products, to share their thoughts on the future of lounging. Here, Ross Didier, Founder of Didier, explains his take on where lounging and seating is progressing.
We chat to Managing Director, Leonard Georgopoulos about the future of lounging, and discover some interesting industry insights.
We chat to Ryan Lawson, Head of Design at King Living about the art of lounging.
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
As our lifestyles adapt and change, our living environments do too. Today we need more multi-tasking lounge rooms with flexible furniture solutions to suit our needs, like Ajar's MUS sofa
We discuss the art of lounging with Richard Fanale, interior designer and cofounder of AJAR, a furniture and design studio based in Collingwood, Melbourne.
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.
Seeking relaxation in today’s fast-paced world? Our lounges should offer the ultimate retreat, boosting our health and well-being. Sophie Davies discovers flexible spaces are the future of modern living
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.
For a designer who takes inspiration from the natural world, moving to the biggest concrete jungle of them all was always going to be a challenge. So when up-and-coming knitwear designer Katherine Mavridis gathered up her life and tools two years ago and transferred to New York City from her home on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the transition was inevitably difficult. Alex Lalak reports.