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Habitusliving.com explores the best residential architecture and design in Australia and Asia Pacific.
The coastal province of Phú Yên, Vietnam, offers a sanctuary of escapism.
Within the nest of homes on the hillside beside the coast, one monolithic structure makes itself known against the waves and shingles.
In collaboration with musician and producer Trevor Powers, contemporary artist Ian Strange has crafted a new work “Dalison” as a eulogy for a soon-to-be-demolished residence in Wattleup, WA.
In Melbourne, this charming terrace designed by DKO in collaboration with Slab Architecture dances between heritage and modernity.
Inspired by the concept of open design, Roger by Minotti has been released Australia-wide.
Weaving through the Grampians (Gariwerd) wilderness is a series of hiking camps and cabins that blend with the pristine natural beauty around them.
Nestled on the cusp of nature overlooking Anzac Bay resides a home of simplicity and strength.
To create a home on the sloping hills of the Tamar Valley, the clients of Cumulus Studio outlined a simple, yet resonant brief for their new residence: “Clever, not posh”.
2022’s Australian Furniture Design Award goes to Ashley Eriksmoen, for her entry ‘The Dream, or: the view from here is both bleak and resplendent.’
Melbourne Design Fair opened last Wednesday and it’s an event not to be missed. We give you a run-down on what you can see – and collect, too.
With the theme of “sea”, T.K Chu Design seeks to create an interior that captures the poetic coastal lifestyle of the sea, the culture, and the city.
Titled ‘Rīvus’, meaning ‘stream’ in Latin, this year’s Biennale features new works and exhibitions of water ecology and its infinite connections to the natural world.