Fox Johnston Architects and Space Control interior designers have joined forces to make sure Sydney’s airport hotel offerings didn’t lack a design conscious option.
Ahead of the release of Fisher & Paykel’s new Companion range, Habitus speaks to industrial designer Adam Moody on the rigorous research and development that went into setting a new series of appliances apart in the market.
Two years living in a residence last updated decades ago, and it was high time the clients of this residence in Prahran, Melbourne, reached out to Pipkorn & Kilpatrick for an update.
Exclusive to James Richardson, rD by Ross Didier is a new range of furniture borrowing design cues from the mid-century Melbourne tramway and turning it into utilitarian luxury.
Amongst breathtaking coastal bushlands of Tasmania, the RACT Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions offer an immersive experience equally of nature and architecture.
The inaugural collection of many to come, New Volumes, Collection 01 is range of designs for the home and office crafted solely from Elba stone by a “distinct assembly of designers to bring the material to life”.
The time is now and the price is right. Having just been awarded the 2018 National Design Award for Product Design by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, for their excellence in modern design, Blu Dot runs their annual sale with 20 per cent of the entire range.
Once a year it delights the team at Habitus HQ – and our widespread team of loyal contributors – to come together in celebration of the mammoth issue that is, our annual Kitchen & Bathroom edition.
What more immediately make a house a home – the kitchen or bathroom? Explore the relaxation centres of the home in this special issue of Habitus Magazine.
Tree-ness House by Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office in Tokyo is inspired by the simplicity and inter-connectedness of a tree, it’s bark, branches and leaves.
If you think you’ve noticed a growing popularity of collaboration within the architecture and design community you’re not wrong. But The Collectionist Hotel in Sydney takes things to the next level.