Led by owner and designer, Anne-Claire Petre, anaca studio is a Melbourne-based furniture design practice that works closely with its local manufacturers to create a range of contemporary products echoing its commitment to good design practices. Upholding the studio’s principles of practicality, integrity, clean aesthetics and simplicity, all furniture and accessories are made in Australia using sustainable timbers, materials and finishes, and each unique piece is made to order.
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Last chance! We’ve curated the most outstanding homes from across the Indo-Pacific for Habitus House of the Year, and now it’s over to you – tell us which home is your favourite in the annual People’s Choice and you could WIN an incredible design pack. Closing 17 November 2021.
“We design for longevity by creating furniture that is timeless in style and built to last.”
Here at Habitusliving, we are grateful to be in the presence of remarkable design pieces on an everyday basis.
For furniture designers, the art of design encompasses much more than just form, function and materiality.
From Anaca Studio, the new MAX side table sees a solid timber sculpture ideal for any variety of aesthetics.
This Habitus Loves list emphasises how the architecture and design industry has become more aware of its impact on the environment and are therefore, going greener.
Versatility and sophistication inform the design of the all-new SEDIS seating range crafted by anaca studio’s principal Anne-Claire Petre and available exclusively at Stylecraft.
Presenting a relaxed sophistication combined with a subtle masculine appeal, Anaca Studio impresses with their fresh new collection.
Whether you want to pass time idly and indolently or to recline and relax, this Habitus Loves list is bound to make that happen.
The Art Deco style is characterised by geometric shapes, strong arches, angles, and a high-contrast colour scheme. This Habitus Loves list sums it up perfectly.
anaca studio knows there’s no need to cocoon yourself in dark colours, hibernating over the cooler months. Instead, why not liven the mood with some fresh takes on classic pieces.