Two worlds collide in the latest Arflex campaign, in which Australian art and Italian design come together in an inimitable collaboration.
We believe that exceptional design speaks for itself. That’s why we’ve curated 11 INDE.Awards categories that champion the most progressive work in the region.
The collaboration between a Japanese design studio and a 20th century master of optical illusion results in the latest exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria: Escher X nendo | Between Two Worlds.
A highly curated design event, Design Miami is a strong representation from North American galleries. With powerful influence throughout the design world, Elana Castle looks at its broad and lasting impact.
The final issue for 2018, the Trailblazers issue, will be on sale Thursday 13 December. To celebrate, Habitus teamed up with Living Edge at the Vitra Design Museum’s Miniatures Exhibition.
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!
StylecraftHOME in Melbourne played host to the Habitus House of the Year Cocktail Event, during which we recognised the projects our independent jury of industry grandées separated and celebrated.
24 floors above ground and with the whole of Sydney CBD in full view, Stylecraft hosted the Habitus House of the Year judges for our very first judging day – and a long lunch afterwards to celebrate.
Snaidero brings over 70 years of Italian designer expertise and global recognition to Sydney with the launch of their new showroom, and that’s worth celebrating.
This year Habitus celebrates its 10th year at the forefront of residential architecture and design across the Indo Pacific. An extra special initiative to commemorate this milestone was launched at Tongue N Groove’s new Sydney showroom.
Who said floorboards can only be used on the floor? Tongue N Groove’s new space by Tobias Partners reinvents the showroom experience with engineered European oak boards up, down and all around.
“Collaboration might be the most overused word of our time but maybe it’s just a grown up way of saying let’s play together,” says Sarah-Jane Pyke at the most recent Perspectives speaker event.