Join Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan and the Habitus team as the Habitus House of the Year 2020 winner and commendations are revealed on Thursday, 3rd December.
For anyone who covets design like we do, Tom Dixon Newness represents the holy grail; furniture, lighting and accessories that are at once contemporary innovations and instant icons.
Sub-Zero and Wolf, leaders in luxury kitchen appliances, have extended entries for their bi-annual search to uncover the best in contemporary kitchen design across the globe.
Practical, unpretentious and designed for high density, these contemporary compound houses forge private, peaceful, inner-city fortresses for the families that reside in them.
The Australian A&D industry never ceases to amaze us and this occasion, in the wake of the 2020 Sustainability Awards winners announcement, is no exception.
Harnessing the power of place is to architecture what self-actualisation is to us people. Let’s take a moment to admire these exemplars of self-actualised architecture, uncovered in our hunt for Habitus House of the Year 2020.
“We started working together because we were friends. Fifteen years later we are still friends – this is our greatest achievement.” And contrary to what the name might convey, BIG GAME design studio is anything but all talk.
The Habitus House of the Year program is an apt reminder that incredible things can happen when we lean into our ambitions; Gaggenau makes it happen in the kitchen.
From perforated metal screening to veils of bamboo, these five houses from Habitus House of the Year 2020 feature façades that are beautifully intricate with intellect to boot.