What do you get when you combine an industrial designer with a degree in psychology and a marketing professional-turned-architect? A budding collection of simple, beautiful and useful things – made with integrity and designed for longevity.
Furniture designer and maker Martin Johnston is continuing his family legacy in Byron Shire, working with craftsmanship techniques and machinery inherited from his father.
In the face of macro-scale challenges such as the sustainability, affordability, and liveability of our built environment, emerging architect Adele McNab sees a world of opportunities.
There are more than 400 architects and 800 students ready to help with the recovery effort of the Australian Bushfires just as soon as they are called upon.
Singapore-based father and son interior design and carpentry duo, Hock Hoon, takes a human-centred approach to crafting creative, timeless and space-efficient design solutions.
For Studiopepe, design is not about aesthetics or beauty. It is a moral attitude, supposed to evoke an emotion; otherwise it’s destined to pass away in a very short time.
Habitus has had the pleasure of sharing time with some of the industry’s most notable creatives. Here are five in particular that have made an impact with their innovative practices and thought leadership.
Hee Welling is the Danish designer behind the iconic About A Family furniture series for HAY. Having recently toured Australia with Cult, we find his design preferences are decidedly analogue.
Bethan Gray works, travels, finds inspiration and collaborates with craftspeople the world over. Recently in Australia, Habitus was lucky to catch her.