Deputy Editor Holly Cunneen shares her thoughts on the notion of Nostalgia, what it means and how we’ve built an entire issue around it. Habitus #37, the Nostalgia issue, is on sale tomorrow!
On Friday 11th August from 12-1pm at the Cafe Culture + Insitu pop-up in the Tongue N Groove showroom, we’re excited to come together and talk about elements of Australian design, bringing them together and respecting the culture of our compatriots.
“Thanks to [social media] architecture, interior design, fashion and art can be shared in seconds, making design accessible and pervasive to all,” says the Senior Vice President of Blu Dot, on Australian shores to meet you at Sydney Indesign, 11-12 August.
Ahead of the Sydney Indesign Design Hunter Seminar Series, next Friday 11 August, Habitus Deputy Editor and seminar moderator Holly Cunneen discusses why Size And The City: Our Developers Have Some Explaining To Do was an important topic to cover.
Indesign The Event is on again this August 11-12 and this year, Sydney is playing host. But the attendees aren’t the only ones travelling en masse to take part – here are some of the regional guests we’re excited to see.
Naomi, how was the experience of being Commissioner of this year’s Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale? Incredible. I just loved working with Tracey Moffatt. It took almost eighteen months to put the show together and it was such a privilege to not only work with her but to become her friend. We’ve had so […]
Architect Glenn Murcutt’s designs have reverberated a distinctly Australian architectural vernacular throughout universities, coffee books and studios the world over. Arguably – but convincingly – the country’s most internationally acclaimed architectural export; Glenn continues to forge the way for local architects while simultaneously helping to define the elusive Australian design aesthetic. For the past 40-odd […]
Are the days of open plan living over? While a complete backlash may be a way off, designers are refreshing traditional ideas of spaciousness to accommodate today’s lifestyle changes.
The Social Space INDE.Award celebrates design that imaginatively brings people together. These are impressive spaces where we interact and play. But what about these projects makes them ‘social’?
Despite a bit of distance, our design region is pretty bloody awesome. Unlike our European counterparts, we are unburdened by hundreds of years of strict design tradition and are therefore able to forge our own original path. This of course means that we can be exceptionally responsive to the challenges of the workplace, social initiatives, […]