Enjoy The Quarterly Edition Of Habitus, Digitally by Holly Cunneen | 28 May, 2020 In light of the extra time you may be spending at home over the weekend and during the week, the current issue of Habitus is now available to read, for free, online at Habitus Living from cover to cover. This issue, the Design Culture issue, we’re asking ourselves and our industry some heavy questions; and celebrating some pretty amazing people and projects. Does culture cultivate design? And why are we drawn to the designs that we are? What is it about certain patterns, forms or an overall aesthetic that gets my head nodding in appreciation and not yours? A lot can be said for culture cultivating design (religious or national). The very mission of Habitus is and has always been to unearth architecture, design, and its creators that respond to our very unique way of life across the Indo Pacific Region. This time we took the opposite approach. We were interested to look at architecture and design that creates culture around it. In some articles it is a culture of appreciators, in others a culture of inclusivity, or of end-users. In light of current circumstances and a reduced desire to venture outside and to the newsagents, Habitus is offering our audience of loyal Design Hunters the ability to enjoy our quarterly magazine in a new digital format. Until the end of 2020, this will be free of charge, simply fill out the form below. If, however, you prefer the tactility of a printed mag and the convenience of home delivery, you can check out our amazing subscriptions offer here. Happy reading! Holly Cunneen Editor Fill in the form below to download: "If the document hasn't automatically downloaded in 10 seconds, download here." Please note by accessing advertiser content your details may be passed onto the advertiser for fulfilment of 'the offer'. The subscriber also permits the advertiser to follow up the fulfilment of the offer by email, phone or letter. Tags: Design Culture, Digital Magazine, Habitus 47 Related Posts The Perfect Time To Take Up Some Extra Reading The Annual Kitchen & Bathroom Issue Is Now Free To Read Online! Radical Colour And Eclectic Design At Its Best What Do You Know About Sydney Architecture Festival’s New Creative Director?