Axolotl pioneered the bonding of semi-precious metals to other substrates over 20 years ago and since then has expanded its range of surfaces to include glass, concrete, timber, terracotta, terrazzo, solid surface, stone and paint, with infinite combinations available to the most creative designers.
The company is committed to ongoing NPD, through the introduction of new technologies and partnering with the world’s best design partners to deliver art, furniture, building products and surfaces.
Axolotl provides design solutions for architects, designers and builders as well as well as working directly with home owners to deliver truly unique architectural surfaces and products. Through AAP, the company also works with the best artists in Australia for private commissions and public artworks and competitions, such as Sculptures by the Sea.
There is no surface company in the world that can offer more creative, more unique or more beautiful surfaces, making Axolotl truly The Future of Surface.
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This year’s ICD instalment will see a virtual workshop headed by some of Australia’s foremost designers.
Bringing together an intimate crowd at StylecraftHOME in Sydney, while simultaneously streaming right around the region, this year’s Habitus House of the Year presentation was as innovative as the projects in the line-up.
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.
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Even prior to its renovation by Baldwin & Bagnall, the charms of Annandale House were a force to be reckoned with. Now, this inner-city terrace is a Sydney family’s dream come true.
In today’s climate, following the principles of passive solar design in the context of our built environment is not an ideal – it’s an absolute imperative.
Last night Caroma officially launched the Elvire Collection designed by Luke Di Michiel to a room full of prominent architects, designers and end users. Habitus was proud to be there in support.
For Luke Di Michiel, Caroma’s lead industrial designer on the Elvire Collection, the challenge was to keep the designs as simple as possible, and not to overdesign the products.
Bijl Architecture filled the gap between dream and reality to create a home for this family to enjoy for many years to come.
StylecraftHOME in Melbourne played host to the Habitus House of the Year Cocktail Event, during which we recognised the projects our independent jury of industry grandées separated and celebrated.