The first in a two part series, Rachael Bernstone delves deep into the current state of energy efficient housing in Australia: what initiatives are currently in place and what effect are they having?
Lately – for reasons that need no explanation – we’ve got to thinking: are modern houses and apartments aptly designed to be lived in 24/7? As it turns out, no; they are not.
Episode 3 is out! This time we speak to architect Tristan Wong about his role as director of architecture at SJB Melbourne and navigating contingency plans for the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Is the housing crisis more an opportunity than a threat? An expose on emerging and existing housing typologies in a changing social and economic landscape.
Having taken the time to thoughtfully consider and set up working from home practices, the team of 30 behind Mim Design has had a relatively smooth transition.
As a nation, we are familiar with droughts and flooding rains, but the extreme bushfires of the past spring and summer – followed by floods, hail and dust storms in some parts of the country – have sharpened our collective attention on climate change threats.
Rebekah Clayton and Michelle Orszaczky have been working from home since they established Clayton Orszaczky. Only recently, however, have they been joined during the day by their loved ones.
Habitus introduces a new series, Dialling In with…, that champions the sharing of insights and methods in resilience reminding the industry we can learn from each other.
Habitus chats to Perth-based architect Kate Fitzgerald, founder of Whispering Smith, on what her practice looks like now and accomodating for the future.
If a bathroom is designed and no one Instagram’s it… does it exist at all? The hyper-designed bathrooms of Instagram are inspiring existential crisis in the world of bathroom design.
In light of the extra time you may be spending at home over the weekend and during the week, the release of the latest issue of Habitus couldn’t be more perfectly timed. Whether the Design Culture issue is relevant for work or for leisure, we hope you enjoy it cover to cover.
The importance of being outside and in nature is seeing a shift in the design of hospitality venues as they blur the lines between interior and exterior space.