In celebration of 21 years as one of Australia’s most celebrated interior and architecture practices, we sit down with Mim Design founder, Mim Fanning and explore her illustrious career – and showcase her new book Works.
Enduring style, high-quality materials and authentic design above all else. Habitus sits down with Spiggy founder Colin Wright, discussing how the unique hardware and handle provider came to be.
The Founder and Chairman of Riverlee, and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, Clement Lee, talks to us about the difference between a house and a home, the importance of usability – and what makes a kitchen comfortable.
Sue Carr, an acclaimed pioneer of interior design in Australia and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, talks about what attracted her to design, what her own home means to her, and why the table of the future will be designed to do so much more.
Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, Neil Burley, discusses the parallels between various design disciplines, the importance of not losing sight of what’s under the surface, and what he considers the biggest change in kitchen design in the last 30 years.
Accomplished interior designer and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, Miriam Fanning, talks to us about the increasing focus on life-enhancing design, the appeal of collecting – and creating – art, and why trends are something to be avoided.
Damian Hannah, a kitchen design expert and Gaggenau Kitchen of the Year Design Contest judge, talks about growing up in a prolific design family, the importance of bringing fun into the kitchen space – and why larger freezers are making a comeback.
Acclaimed Australian-based French designer Léo Terrando has left his 14-year post with SJB to start his own boutique design firm, focused on premium luxury interiors.
When designing, materiality is one of the most essential considerations in creating a space that is welcoming, comfortable and luxurious. King Head of Textiles, Sebastian Nash, explores the importance of creating a considered material palette.
While jetting off to tropical resorts and spas across South East Asia might not be as easy as it once was, a sense of escape can still be found in one’s bathroom, as Stephen Crafti reports.