At a time unlike any other, we continue to look for these moments of repose and privacy in our everyday routines. For most, this can be found within the home; our sanctuaries and getaways; the place in which we feel safe, calm and at ease.
Designed for both residential and commercial environments, Cosentino brings their expertise to the residence of Boost Juice founder, Janine Allis. With a family of five and multiple ventures under her belt, creating a residential sanctuary, which enriched their busy lifestyles, was of the utmost importance.
In this issue of The Habitus Edit, we take a tour of the Allis residence, elevated with the elegance, versatility and durability of Cosentino surface solutions. In collaboration with Wolf Architects and Melbourne-based designer, Penny del Castillo of In Design International, the result is an exceptionally designed inner-city retreat.
Product-led and editorially curated, the Habitus Edit offers a unique perspective on the exceptional designers and brands across the Indo-Pacific region and beyond. Explore the new edition of the Habitus Edit today.
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