Artemide, one of the global leaders of the residential illumination sector, is always synonym with design, innovation and made in Italy.
Known for its "The Human Light" philosophy, Artemide boasts high skills in light design and innovation, with products originating from research and high-quality manufacturing. The company filed lots of patents on inventions in time for the development of innovative technological, mechanical, and opto-electrical solutions (10 patents filed in 2016 alone).
The Artemide Lamps are considered on an international level as Design Icons of contemporary design; they are exhibited in most museums of modern art and design collections. (MoMA - New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, Victoria and Albert Museum - Londra, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnica - Milano, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna - Roma, Parigi, Centre Georges Pompidou ecc.).
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Brimming with all kinds of design, the Salone del Mobile Milan is the pre-eminent design event, and 2022 sees its return to nearly full bloom. Have a peek at some of the latest furniture and lighting, as Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan reports.
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.
When the residents of a 1950s bungalow faced the ‘move or improve?’ dilemma, they opted for the latter – calling on THOSE Architects to make staying a reality.
Henry House comprises a passively designed rear extension by WALA to an Edwardian-era terrace house in East Melbourne.
Fitzroy Terrace by Taylor Knights heralds a highly considered contemporary design, that quite literally turns the conventional perception of the Victorian terrace on its head.
Michele De Lucchi has been at the forefront of progressive design for more than four decades, producing work that has become seminal in the history of design.
A home to escape to while remaining utterly connected to its surrounds, Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan presents an island-like dwelling within a rapidly changing streetscape.
Once a holiday home, now a primary residence, Barwon Heads House has been designed with consideration of its outlook and coastal conditions.
Broken Nature is an extensive exhibition that encourages normalisation of the perception that humanity may one-day face extinction.
Breathe Architecture leverages the beauty of exposed brickwork and the canny use of space to add valuable amenity to a typical Port Melbourne terrace house.
Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects design a mountainside house with thresholds that heighten the character of the residence and its views.
Ioa Studio worked their magic to renovate a 150-year-old pub in North Melbourne into an eclectic, thoroughly modern urban retreat.