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HAP – Feature

Redefining Boyd’s Australian Ugliness

A new book on Australian architecture responds to Australian architect Robin Boyd’s seminal text, The Australian Ugliness, as it takes a fresh look at the nation’s ‘ugly past’ through a series of critical essays by multiple authors.

Melbourne Design Week 2021: Editor’s Guide

Coming back in a big way, the 2021 lineup of events, talks and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week is exhaustive. We have picked out just a small selection but be sure to see the full list for yourself and clear the calendar so you don’t miss a thing.

Celebrating Habitus House Of The Year 2020 In Style

Bringing together an intimate crowd at StylecraftHOME in Sydney, while simultaneously streaming right around the region, this year’s Habitus House of the Year presentation was as innovative as the projects in the line-up.

The First Word From Habitus #49

It’s officially here! The annual Habitus House of the Year special edition is on sale now. The Jury has been tasked with their independent judging, and public voting for the People’s Choice Award is open. Which will be the winning projects this year?

This Month At Caroma: Live Streaming Events

Caroma on Collins is much more than the Sydney flagship showroom for the iconic Australian bathroom brand. It’s also a place for the local architecture and design community to gather, learn and grow.

MPavilion Reaches Us In New Ways In 2020

For the first time in its six-year history, MPavilion has released a monolith designed by Studio Ongarato and published by Thames & Hudson that chronicles its six structures and the architects who designed them.