Living Edge is the foremost design destination for architects, interior designers, design enthusiasts and those who share discerning taste. We’re committed to authentic design, and providing our clients with the most distinguished and desirable products available.
Brands like Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, Vitra, Howe, e15, Prooff, Established & Sons, BassamFellows, BD Barcelona, Muuto, Stellar Works, Lasvit, Wonderglass and La Chance have exclusively chosen Living Edge for their representation across Australia.
Visit us in store or online and you’ll find a unique edit of timeless designs from the world’s most established and forward-looking luxury furniture brands.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Phone: 02 9640 5600
As the second season of Habitus House of the Year airs its fourth and final episode this Sunday 28th March, Australian residents can catch up on season 1 and 2 in full again and again at 7plus.
Derlot Group, in collaboration with Living Edge, brings the boldly unique furniture collection of Derlot Editions to Australia. A passion stemmed from creating honest and authentic spaces and objects, Derlot Group is driven by the approach of ‘thinking global, acting local,’ and looks beyond the boundaries with this captivatingly vibrant furniture collection.
Thursday 27th February was a big night in Melbourne for the architecture and design community, not least because Living Edge Melbourne threw open its doors to their long-awaited new showroom in Richmond.
Deepen your understanding of the 2019 Habitus House of the Year projects as Season 2 of the TV series is set to air Sunday afternoons from March 8th on Channel 7.
House with a Tree Room by Studio Bright is the heart-warming renovation of a family’s heritage-listed property in Northcote, Melbourne.
Scandinavian design brand Muuto has embraced the new year with the release of furniture, lighting, and accessories design collaborations with Earnest Studio and Thomas Bentzen.
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.
In a neighbourhood that has a penchant for replacing period bungalows with monolithic mansions, Rose Bay House by Ricci Bloch makes virtue of spatial quality over size.
Design hunters, foodies, entertainers, music lovers, and homemakers alike are sure to delight in these Christmas gift ideas that Habitus loves.
Buster + Punch doesn’t look like your average lighting, hardware or electrical pieces nor does the company operate like your average industrial design studio.
Forget the straight lines and hard edges of minimalist design. Curvaceous shapes, sculptural forms, modular sofas and chunky lounge furniture makes for a room that loves to be lived in.
Shifted House by SSD Studio in Sydney’s Bondi Beach is a post-war, semi-detached house turned holiday home that exudes calm while respecting its original character and location.
Bethan Gray works, travels, finds inspiration and collaborates with craftspeople the world over. Recently in Australia, Habitus was lucky to catch her.
Slow down; light a candle; run a bath; settle in to read a good book. Create a space of personal sanctuary and find yourself a moment of tranquility.
Whether it be woven from wicker, traditionally hand-knotted, or made of rattan and timber, there is something comforting about natural fibres and hand-crafted furniture.
The serenity of New South Wales’ Byron Bay is difficult to ignore – and for Mac Design Studio, this presented an opportunity for residential gold.
We’ve made a list and we’re checking it twice. Meet – or get reacquainted with – your 2019 Habitus House of the Year Jury.
Oozing personality and pizzazz, this Habitus Loves list of patterns is a great way to create a focal point in any room.
Vivid, with high contrasting colours or a mix of different materials and scales, the following Habitus Loves list consists of extraordinary statement upholstery products.
A night to celebrate and honour the best in architecture and design across the APAC. Here’s what went down at the INDE.Awards Gala this year.