Originally designed in the 1960s by Keith Cottier of Allen Jack + Cottier, this home in Pymble has been reinvigorated by hungerford+edmunds in collaboration with builder Ballast Point.
Ruxton Rise by studiofour brings to life the owner’s values of family, health and integrity through a sensitive design that focuses on an experience rather than an overt statement.
Sailom House by Anonym brings three families under one roof, responding to their eclectic combination of hobbies with unique design elements, including a rock climbing wall.
With JamFactory launching Jam – a new all-Australian line up of locally designed and manufactured products, furniture and lighting – we chat with Rhys Cooper, whose Cusp Collection features in the Jam range.
We chat with Stephanie James-Manttan, an Adelaide based ceramicist and head of JamFactory’s ceramics studio. Stephanie shares insights into the production processes that went into creating two new products for Jam by JamFactory.
While the 50th issue of Habitus is about to hit the shelves, it is only my first issue as editor. Having reached such a significant milestone in the magazine’s history, we explore the notion of legacy.
Coming back in a big way, the 2021 lineup of events, talks and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week is exhaustive. We have picked out just a small selection but be sure to see the full list for yourself and clear the calendar so you don’t miss a thing.