The Habitus House of the Year
Designed for a couple who commute daily from Malabe to the centre of Colombo for work, Casa De Silva is a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of Sri Lanka.
With the biggest issue of Habitus – the House of the Year Special Edition – about to hit shelves, we look back at last year’s winner to find out how the owners of this off-grid home have settled in.
Room by Room and Bones Studio deliver a new take on a traditional Queenslander for a family looking for an improved indoor-outdoor living experience.
A row of compact, breezy and light-filled homes have been developed by Luwist Spatial in Indonesia to help young people who “could barely afford to buy their own houses” enter the market.
Navigating the significant challenges created by the elements of the Mornington Peninsula landscape, Peninsula House by Carr works with the surroundings to put the client’s extensive art collection at the forefront.
In a design revival, the claustrophobic layout of this federation-era home has given way to refreshingly open spaces and natural connections.