Malaysian architect, Kevin Low, remembers his long friendship with the late Ahmad Djuhara who helped re-think modern South-East Asian architecture.
On episode 8 of Dialling In With Habitus, we speak to architect Andy Carson about navigating the virtual world, social distancing in construction, and desk buddies in the form of family.
Over the last 25 years SJB Interiors has become renowned for designing iconic places to eat, play, work, and stay. And for Andrew Parr, the man at the helm, the gig is far from over.
On episode 7 of Dialling In With Habitus, we speak to Stuart Vokes and Aaron Peters of Brisbane-based Vokes and Peters. Their practice is enriched by a deep and mutual respect for one another that has grown over the years.
On episode 6 of Dialling In With Habitus, we speak to Richard Peters about the performance of his own home completed a decade prior, residential design moving forward, and what it’s like to lead a team remotely.
Art and architecture are beautifully interwoven in this warehouse-style abode in South Yarra. Home of an installation and photographic artist, everything has been curated with an exacting eye.
On episode 5 of Dialling In With Habitus, we speak to Carole Whiting about her transition from advertising to interior design and navigating digital friendships and working relationships amongst her close-knit team.
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.
From interior design to set design and back again, Danielle Brustman’s unique eye and unconventional career trajectory gives the interior designer an edge over the rest.