With 14 prizes to be won by our lucky audience, the total prize pool contains:
4 x Habitus Living Magazine subscriptions (year)
Mr Black Espresso Martini bottle
Linea “desktop architecture” design by Jim Hannon-Tan & Made by Pen
Unisex watch by Jack and Bell
Galaxy cushion by ni.ni creative
Saturn table lamp by Ilanel
Brass tray by Lightly
Muuto Corky Carafe by Living Edge
QT Hotel voucher by QT Hotels
Assemblage Vase by La petite fabrique de Brunswick
Marble and terrazzo side table by Redfox & Wilcox
Breakfast and Dinner voucher from Higher Ground
Book: Plant Society ‘Create an Indoor Oasis for Your Urban Space’ by Jason Chongue
How does it work?
How to enter:1. Like the “WIN” picture of any given prize group. These images will be posted across both @HabitusLiving and @MeanwhileinMelbourne Instagram channels. 2. Tag a friend and comment #MyHabitus Should someone be selected as the winner, the friend that they tagged will receive a complimentary year subscription to Habitus Magazine as a thanks for participating. 3. Follow @Habitusliving and @Meanwhileinmelbourne **Winners will be announced via a follow-up post of the prize (different image) and contacted via ‘Instagram Direct Messaging’ by @HabitusLiving. This is to request their preferred delivery address for the prizes. Every winner will receive a 1 year subscription to Habitus Magazine in addition to their other prizes for that week (4 subscriptions in total) **Winners are selected by chance via a random number generator. (One entry per person.) Terms and Conditions apply.
The Chairity Project 2015 is the second edition of Cult’s esteemed charity event that invites leading Australian and New Zealand creatives to reinvent an iconic chair design. Each creative is given complete freedom to reinvent the chair, which is exhibited and auctioned off to a charity of the creative’s own choice.
This year Cult has partnered with the Republic of Fritz Hansen to reinvent the iconic Series 7 chair and pay homage to renowned Danish designer, Arne Jacobsen. The Chairity Event 2015 ties in with the 60th anniversary celebrations of the iconic Series 7 chair, which has also been released in two limited anniversary editions and a new colour scheme.
Cult has increased the line-up of creatives from a cross section of industrial design, architecture and art as well as floral and jewellery design. These include renowned local talents such as Dinosaur Designs, Akira Isogawa and David Trubridge.
Chairity Project 2015 will be displayed nationally throughout Cult showrooms in Sydney (5-7 November), Melbourne (12-14 November) and Brisbane (19-21 November).
All 20 works will be auctioned off with full proceeds going to the charity of the designer’s choice. The online auction goes live November 5 and closes November 22 at 8.00pm EST.
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Offering a warm and tactile addition to the home, the Sunrise wall light is a slipcast earthenware ceramic light designed and manufactured by Melbourne industrial designer Ash Allen.
Protruding a mere 100mm from the wall, the light's delicate ceramic qualities are offset by a solid and simple appearance. The smooth half-moon shape is highlighted by a soft light that is cast upwards, adding mood and illumination to its surrounds.
The ceramic light features a matt finish on the outside and a clear gloss glaze on the inside. The light can be easily mounted onto the wall with a metal bracket and screws, and it comes with a socket to suit a standard B22 bayonet-type globe.
Catapult Design catapultdesign.net.au
Inspired by the naturally occurring geometric forms of Quartz, the QTZ collection is available in a range of powder coat colours and is manufactured in stainless steel using advanced technologies and craftsmanship.
QTZ was launched officially at Milan Design Week 2015, Ventura Lambrate in April, and now the collection is available at Hub Furniture, the exclusive distributor of QTZ in power coat finishes in Australia.
"Each piece in the collection bridges art and furniture in a way that speaks to his passion for materials, technology and craftsmanship," says Hub Managing Director, Jaci Foti-Lowe.
Photography by Florian Groehn
Hub Furniture hubfurniture.com.au