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Focusing on locally sourced goods, with an emphasis on small regional producers, Shop For The Soul sells a concise collection of quality pantry products, fresh ingredients and ready-made meals.
Born and educated in London, Suzanne Trocmé FRSA is one of the principal designers for Bernhardt Design.
Not content with filling the world with preppy Polo t’shirts, Lacoste has collaborated with leading sports designers to produce ultra slick products for the LACOSTE LAB.
Industrial Designer Tim Collins of Cloud Melbourne took time out from his hectic work schedule, to talk about the development of his residential products the ‘realax’ and the computer ‘key’ stool.
Inspired by Don Draper’s character in Mad Men, this week we explore some unusual barware that complements the home spun hospitality of cocktail glory days.
Started by Dennis Paphitis 25 years ago, Aesop has grown to become one of Australia’s best-known and most trusted skincare exports. This week on Habitusliving.com we review 25 years of quirky retail design and talk about their unique design ethos with Product Advocate Suzanne Santos.
Colour and personality can be safely expressed in the bedroom. Add an element of fantasy to your boudoir with these 8 eccentric products that reflect a certain European savoir faire.
Separation Street by Jesse Linardi at dKO Architects is a great example of affordable architecture in Australia.
The 28 desk lamp is the work of Canadian designer Omer Arbel’s, a Vancouver based designer with an office in Berlin.
In recent years Mosaic specialists Bisazza have undertaken exciting expansion, yet none has been more eagerly anticipated than the launch of their new foundation, Belinda Aucott has the story.
Kathryn McKusker and Tobias Partners have teamed up to create an urban yoga sanctuary in the eastern Suburbs of Sydney. Belinda Aucott has the story.
From the nose of Kanye West to head of the Alison Mosshart Retrosuperfuture’s high-end shades blend the best of street couture with superior design, as Belinda Aucott reports.
“I'd live there! ”
“Love those bathroom tiles. I love it when people take something kinda ugly like that and make it work. Not ...”
What do you get when you combine the traditional art of woodcraft, with cutting edge technology, and modern designer flooring? The answer is ”Antique Floors” by John Fredriksson.
Mortice & Tenon produce superb quality furniture and joinery for residential and commercial projects.
Workshopped re-introduces selected pieces from iconic Australian designer Tony Parker.
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