Whether a pokey inner city balcony or a sprawling backyard, Georgina Reid – landscape designer and editor of the wildly popular The Plant Hunter online journal – believes we could all be more proactive in enjoying a little nature.
“Design is a puzzle, and the satisfaction is in solving it,” says architect and interior designer, Ricci Bloch. We catch up with her as she unravels this statement.
Growing up, Jeremy McLeod always wanted to build bridges. Instead, as founding director of Breathe Architecture, he is bridging gaps in the Australian design industry.
Armadillo & Co has always been about Fair Trade, sustainability, and the support of the local Indian community of weavers. The Armadillo & Co Foundation is simply an extension of this.
Jade Sarita Arnott believes we should question the origins of our garments as rigorously as we question the origins of our food. Her label Arnsdorf is an awakening of creative endeavours and ethical entrepreneurship.
Sarah Ellison’s furniture collection, Golden, is a culmination of more than ten years in the design industry and everything she has learnt along the way.
From the big picture of massive visionary urban designs to the minute scale of physical product making, the exceedingly versatile Pan Yi Cheng recounts the genesis of Produce.
Bangkok-based design studio, Femme Atelier, has designed and produced a collection of tables and chairs that draw inspiration from everyday doors and windows.
Habitus chats to the German-born designer, Philipp Mainzer, of e15 to find out about his designs, his approach and how he took e15 to the rest of the world.
Throughout the year Habitus has been fortunate to borrow the time of some of the industry’s most creative and innovative Design Hunters, lending our ears and sharing their paths and perspectives.
Enjoy a rare insight into the goings on, passionate discussions and heated debates that lead us to our Habitus House of the Year 2018 winners!