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Habitusliving.com explores the best residential architecture and design in Australia and Asia Pacific.

 

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Homes

Our homes are our sanctuaries, and it’s this approach to architecture design for the home that makes a house design stand-out. At Habitus Living and Habitus magazine we are constantly seeking home architecture that exudes a special quality, homes that go beyond the traditional to really show what it means to live in design.

Living in a kaleidoscope of light

The paradox of House Under Shadows is that in creating sporadic darkness, the building in fact also does the opposite – it shapes light.

A holiday sanctuary

Corke Design Studio’s beachy getaway brings a distinctly Japanese aesthetic to The Great Ocean Road.

Modern yet sentimental

Honouring the urban context and heritage of this Brunswick terrace, Kuzman Architecture has reinvigorated this family home with quirky and sentimental design elements.

Layers of beige

Behind this apartment’s pared-back interior is a well-curated home that prioritises thoughtful design details.

At home in a landscape of earth and sky

Perched in Sahyadri Hills, a mountain range on the outskirts of the busy metropolis of Mumbai, India, reD Architect’s Airavat provides a welcome respite from city life.

More than a glasshouse

Vipha House by Anonym Studio welcomes the presence of light and nature in architecture that is intentionally transparent.

An Urban Refuge

The latest residential project from Studio IAAD is both discreet and majestic. A dichotomy of styles that nevertheless blends together perfectly to pay homage to the client and a stellar collection of art.

Designing La Dolce Vita Through Art

An art collection is deeply personal. Built gradually over time, it lends insights into what the collector finds appealing and the tone of life they want to lead. What better place for Decus Interiors to begin conceptualising Coastal Home than with the client’s art?

A Minimalist Monochrome Muse

A palette of moody monochrome greys unifies this compact BTO flat, where walls have been stripped into a spacious home where all rooms merge as one.