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.
As the Official Platinum Partner of the INDE.Awards 2018, Zenith’s Sydney showroom played host to the official viewing party, with all the winners and celebrations streamed live from the Singapore awards show.
If you missed the INDE.Awards gala evening revealing the winners to the our region’s premier architects and design awards program, or had too much fun to remember all the finer details, fear not. Here, we’ve published the full list of winners and honourable mentions.
Once a year it delights the team at Habitus HQ – and our widespread team of loyal contributors – to come together in celebration of the mammoth issue that is, our annual Kitchen & Bathroom edition.
If you think you’ve noticed a growing popularity of collaboration within the architecture and design community you’re not wrong. But The Collectionist Hotel in Sydney takes things to the next level.
Architects and interior designers may have a reputation for wearing all-black, but if this year’s Hermes installation at Salone del Mobile was anything to go by, they certainly won’t be designing in the same vein. 2018 and onwards: colour is the new black!
In the second year of Indesign Media’s INDE.Awards, more than 400 incredibly diverse projects, people, products and ideas – widespread across the Asia Pacific – were submitted into the running. The esteemed jury of the 2018 INDE.Awards have made their selections. Here they are…
A new exhibition at the Monash University Museum of Art in Melbourne brings international artists together in a multi-disciplinary exhibition that showcases power as manifested through architecture and in the built environment.