Who are the shakers, makers, thinkers, doers and disruptors in architecture and design across the region – and what are they getting up to? Find out here, on Habitus Living.
Functional artist Olive Gill-Hille transforms timber remnants into exquisite forms of art; where a respectful approach ensures the material remains as visible as the artists’ hand. Her second solo exhibition – Asymptote – is on now at Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert, Sydney.
“It was a photograph of the Barcelona Pavilion that I found in my high school library that really drew me to architecture and design.” Sydney and Canberra-based architecture photographer Anne Stroud shares her journey into the profession, as well as the ins and outs on shoot, the gear she never does without and the inspirations that have stuck.
As avid travellers and the creative minds behind design strategy studio Abound Studio – James and Alison Huntly are the perfect people to share their favourites places to shop, eat and stay. Discover their top picks both in Perth and around the world; all with an eye to design.
Hiroshi Nakamura is doing some of the most interesting work on the contemporary Japanese architectural scene. From residential to retail and urban to rural, his practice is one to keep an eye on for observers in Australia and elsewhere.
New Zealand architect Bergendy Cooke has worked around the world. Currently based in Barcelona, with a team in New Zealand, her practice recently led a boutique, hybrid home-hotel project in Marrakech, the Maison Brummell Majorelle.