This year’s program breaks with convention with three homes being announced as equal winners.
Creating a lush green oasis within the urban setting, while drawing the garden into the home, Moby Architecture and Setsquare Studio have worked together to deliver a home that will constantly evolve.
In a tree-lined Paddington Street, a family home adds charm, light and character to a heritage worker’s cottage.
You may not know their names (yet) but through collaborations with companies such as Google, Nike, Adidas, Vans, Converse, Hypebeast, and Billionaire Boys Club, you most certainly know Yok & Sheryo’s work.
Drawing on personal experience and finding inspiration in both form and materiality, Melbourne-based designer Dean Norton produces sculptural objects that merge into new spaces and create mood.
Despite the unseasonable weather, the design community came out to Stylecraft to celebrate Habitus House of the Year 2022 – and discover who the winners are.
Last week, we hosted a special event in collaboration with Caroma as part of Habitus House of the Year – the evening was full of surprises and discussion – thank you to everyone who made it a night to remember!
While the kitchen might be the heart of the home, the living space is the soul of the home. It’s the space to relax, to express your personality and where most of life happens. Peruse these 7 incredible living rooms that ooze charm and functionality.
There’s just over 24 hours left to take part in Habitus House of the Year. Simply explore the 20 incredible homes, cast your vote and go in the draw to WIN a designer furniture and homewares pack valued at $27,000!
The three Australian winners in one of the world’s most respected design contests shine a spotlight on Australia’s luxury kitchen design.
Certified carbon neutral from cradle to grave, two new Dekton® collections, Onirika and Kraftizen, combine unmatched technology with unique beauty to create surfaces perfect for immersive living.
At home with some of Melbourne’s most historic homes, Toorak Garden Residence by Conrad Architects is a striking expression of scale and proportion.
The lines of the Mike Morris’s 1970s architecture remain clear and defined in this current Foomann renovation.
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.