Handmade rugs designed in Australia.
Armadillo is inspired by collaboration, a search for the uncommonly beautiful, and most of all, the human touch.
All of our products are infused with the rich history and artisanship of the hands who have created them.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Suite 305, Level 3 19A Boundary Street Rushcutters Bay NSW 2011
Phone: 02 9698 4043
8/1 Bromham Place Richmond VIC 3121
Phone: 03 9416 3328
2/161 Robertson Street Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Phone: 0425 264 856
When Carole Whiting’s client approached her, she came armed with a picture book of images, many of which were Whiting’s own designs.
A stellar home in Noosa is all that it should be and so much more. Designed by Tim Ditchfield Architects, Riverstone is exemplary on every level, a perfect home for the tropics and a wonderful place to raise a family.
Simple, subtle, and unobtrusive beauty flows through this Clovelly home by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects.
Filled with rich materialism and a hand-crafted eye, Carr has designed a multi-residential apartment building that can only be described as an urban sanctuary.
Driven to make architecturally designed and sustainable homes more accessible and affordable, Tribe Studio Architects has developed a single level prototype kit-home.
Armadillo welcomes four new additions of Andes, Acacia, Winnow and Bramble to the Classic Collection.
The eternal quest for natural light in an inner-city terrace finds a unique design solution in Sydney at the hands of Brad Swartz Architects.
David Goss of the eponymous Studio Goss has created a cavernous sanctum for ethics and aesthetics in the Armadillo & Co Sydney flagship retail space.
If ever the phrase ‘it’s about the journey, not the destination’ was applicable to an architectural project, 8m House by Architects’ Creative is it.
Brighton House by Rob Kennon Architects is a beach house that avoids coastal clichés in favour of streamlined place-making and robust detailing.
The beginning of a new year comes hand in hand with a new set of trends, each destined to either fizzle or flourish. The way we see it, these six 2020 interior design trends are here to stay.
Breathe Architecture converts empty space into two expressive and sustainable examples of rental homes.
Sydney’s architecture and design community was out in full force on Thursday November 14 to celebrate the past, present, and future of Australia’s own Armadillo & Co.
Our Melbourne-based architecture writer and editor, Stephen Crafti, shares an overview of what Victoria brought to the 2019 selection for Habitus House of the Year.
The 2019 House of the Year has now run its course with the Awards announced at StylecraftHOME’s Sydney showroom on Thursday 31st of October.
Sydney was all ears at StylecraftHOME last week as we recognised our 2019 winners for Habitus House of the Year.
Versatile and timeless, Armadillo & Co’s Agra Rug combines contemporary design with traditional craftsmanship.
Flooring, quite literally, sets the stage for our built environment. Who wouldn’t want to be standing on a stage as fabulous as floors like these?
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.
Although discreetly nestled in its streetscape, this concrete home is an unexpected find in Melbourne’s middle ring suburb Essendon, where red brick period dwellings dominate.
Armadillo & Co has always been about Fair Trade, sustainability, and the support of the local Indian community of weavers. The Armadillo & Co Foundation is simply an extension of this.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.
This waterfront retreat designed by iconic Australian-Japanese architect Koichi Takada is the epitome of an Australian dream home, adorned with a private beach, garden and open-plan living.
Matilda House by Templeton is intimately tied to place, sunk deep into the Australian bushland of the client’s childhood.
Coinciding with their fifth birthday, Armadillo&Co have organised an artisan weaving exhibition in collaboration with not-for-profit charity The Anganwadi Project who we work very closely with, and donate part proceeds toward.