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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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Broached Commissions Sydney Launch
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Broached Commissions Sydney Launch

The NSW design community came out in force to support Broached Commissions; an annual international design collaboration that uses Australian history as inspiration for each new collection.


The former Paramount Pictures Building at 80 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills in NSW was turned into a party venue for the launch of Broached Commission in Sydney on 10 November.

Artistic Director John McPhee and Creative Director Lou Weis welcomed people to the first instalment of Broached Commissions; Broached Colonial with enlightening dissertations on the project and the individual works. Explaining and dedicating the work to Australia’s brave forefathers, it was a delight to witness each of the six artist’s interpretations of that period and the guests interactions with each product.

Broached Designers Chen Lu, Trent Jansen, Adam Goodrum and Charles Wilson were all on hand to enjoy the design communities accolades.

Read more about Broached Commissions on habitusliving.com

To watch the Artistic Director’s video introduction to Broached Commissions visit here.

Broached Commissions

Photography by Rafaela Pandolfini

 


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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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