Habitus Living

Habitus Living curates the best residential architecture and home interior design across Australia and the Indo Pacific. Covering residential interior design and house architecture as well as home design news, Habitusliving is the digital home of Habitus magazine. We source engaging stories and bring you breathtaking Asian and Australian residential architecture design.


What We're Seeing

Designing for life

From Irving Smith Architects comes a house inspired by the form of a feather and designed for the ever-changing lifestyle of a family. Through fine detail and great thought, Feather House is a stand out, bespoke in every way to sustainably support its residents both now and in the future.

Floating forms

Art and architecture come together in ‘The Arc’, a new structure at Green School in Bali, which is literally ‘out of the box’.

Who We're Speaking To

Quiet achievers

Wellard Architects is a practice that doesn’t make a fuss, or shout out its name. The practitioners of this studio are the quiet achievers but they happen to be making quite a lot of design noise at the moment.

Indigenous storytelling with everyday objects

Aboriginal designer and curator Alison Page and Breville have announced an extraordinary partnership with First Nations People and the National Museum of Australia.

Where We're Going

Pushing boundaries in the fusion of food, design and art

From edible fog to theatrical performances centred around the Indigenous history of Bunjil Place, Casey Cornucopia is a sensory explosion waiting to be explored.

Cera Stribley’s Jessica Coulter says the senses were centre-stage at Milan Design Week

Cera Stribley’s head of interiors Jessica Coulter gives us the rundown on the 11 most tantalising events and activations that went down in Milan.

At The Forefront

Architecture

Designing for life

From Irving Smith Architects comes a house inspired by the form of a feather and designed for the ever-changing lifestyle of a family. Through fine detail and great thought, Feather House is a stand out, bespoke in every way to sustainably support its residents both now and in the future.

Happenings

The definitive Habitus Kitchen & Bathroom issue is out today!

Habitus #54 hits newsstands today! We take a look at what awaits inside one of the most highly anticipated issues of the year – the Kitchen & Bathroom special.

Architecture

Bringing the sky home

Once a cottage of low light and tightly woven rooms, the Kew Cottage takes the geometry of light and brings this Victorian home into the modern era.

Design Products

Transcending time with Tacchini

Tacchini’s latest collection was first unveiled amongst the majestic ruins of an old villa in Sirmione, during last year’s Milan Design Week. And much like the scenic remains of the mansion, the designs fuse the transcending allure of primitive volumes, traditional craftsmanship and luxuriously pronounced materiality.

Design Products

Timeless furniture for the modern home: Blu Dot’s Annual Sale is here!

For the entire month of June, Blu Dot’s range of unique home furniture and furnishings are all 20% off.

Architecture

Castle in the sky

Like a castle of times past, the Keep House is a home of refuge thanks to the enshrining foliage and concrete-clad walls.

From Our Friends

Vipp’s new furnishings emphasise intelligent design and sturdy construction

Iconic Danish design brand Vipp expands its furniture collection with the Chimney Cabinet, Chimney Shelf and Cabin Lounge Chair.

The Ofuro bathtub is a luxurious escape inspired by ancient Japanese traditions

The new Ofuro bathtub, designed by Carlo Colombo, celebrates the ancient ritual of the Japanese bath with contemporary forms, materials and aesthetics.

Polyflor’s flooring solutions create better environments, both inside and out

Since launching in Australia and New Zealand in 1963, Polyflor has set the standard for vinyl flooring with its commitment to superior quality, customer focus and sustainability.

GUBI launches new outdoor collection ‘Al Fresco’

Breaking down the barriers between inside and outside, GUBI ventures into the open air with its new outdoor furniture and lighting range.

Habitus Favourites

From The Archive

Architecture

A small oasis in the bustling city

Anugraha Residence is a melding of Indian and Scandinavian styles, which presents a refined aesthetic for a family of four.

Architecture

An apartment with hotel vibes

This sophisticated apartment in Singapore has been designed to encapsulate life in cosmopolitan New York City, where even its scent has been specially curated.

Architecture

A restful apartment filled with thoughtful design

Light timber, gold accents and thoughtful design elements give this apartment by Parenthesis its natural charm.

Homes

Ultimate privacy hides a sculptural interior

Hidden behind curving rammed earth walls and dark timber cladding is Portsea House by Wood Marsh: A sculptural, minimal home ideal for entertaining.

Architecture

Living between past and present

Since 1905, Leichhardt in NSW has been home to an industrial, hangar-like military building, a drill hall. The task for Tobias Partners was two-fold — restore the historical elements of the structure while also echoing the heritage details indoors in a contemporary reimagining of the space.

Architecture

A modern reinvention of the California bungalow

Daniel Boddam Studio’s Villa Carlo is a masterful interplay of texture, shadow and restraint.