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Habitus is a movement for living in design. We’re an intelligent community of original thinkers in constant search of native uniqueness in our region.

 

From our base in Australia, we strive to capture the best edit, curating the stories behind the stories for authentic and expressive living.

 

Habitusliving.com explores the best residential architecture and design in Australia and Asia Pacific.

 

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What’s On

Design festivals, art shows, installations and design-oriented pop up spaces that you need to be at. Great design is often multi- and cross-disciplinary, find your inspiration and uncover insight in unexpected places.

Finding Colour In Milan For Salone Del Mobile 2018 At Hermes

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!


The INDE.Awards 2018 Shortlist Has Been Released!

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…

Introducing Life Instyle Sydney 2018

When it comes to finding the latest in beautiful designer brands, from homewares and giftwares to lifestyle, mens, and kids products, there really is only one place to be – Life Instyle.

Announcing Your 2018 INDE.Awards Jury

Entries for the INDE.Awards 2018 are open and our jury is taking shape with leading figures from architecture and design in APAC and beyond. Year two of the INDE.Awards, which will be bestowed in Singapore on 29 June 2018, is set to be APAC’s most significant celebration of regional architecture and design.

Design As An ‘Agent Of Social Change’

The New York Times design critic and columnist Alice Rawsthorn reiterated that design is more than just pretty pictures in her keynote lecture at the inaugural Object Subject conference in Canberra.