Architect Stephen Varady has used a considered palette of Calacatta marble and mirrored surfaces to transform a 1950s harbourside apartment in Sydney into sculptural, gallery-like space with a state-of-the-art kitchen featuring Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances at its heart.
The final episode in our Habitus House of the Year video series has landed. In this one, we look to the surge in local manufacturing and discover how important it is to collaborate with local trades and craftspeople to create incredible design outcomes.
Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan is curating a series of festive season gift guides, each inspired by the five senses. Up first is ‘taste’, where food is the undeniable centrepiece. Peruse products that are the perfect kitchen and dining accompaniment.
We asked you – our loyal army of Design Hunters – which project in the Habitus House of the Year line-up was your favourite and the votes are in.
The third episode in our Habitus House of the Year series is out and in this one we consider the critical role of designing and redesigning our homes to suit modern life, now and into the future.
Throughout the years, the kitchen has become much more than a place to cook.
The next episode in the Habitus House of the Year video series has landed! Tune in as we explore the concept of biophilia and wellness – essentials to making a home that is healthy.
In a striking fusion of unusual forms, extraordinary materiality and considered choice of Sub-Zero & Wolf appliances, Cera Stribley and Alice Villella Interior Design create an entertainer’s dream designed to delight for generations to come.
It’s out! The first episode of the Habitus House of the Year video series is now live, and in this completely new editorial format, we unpack sustainability – questioning how it influences the way we live.
Habitus #52 – the House of the Year Special Issue – once again highlights the incredible homes from around the Indo Pacific region. But the House of the Year program is so much more than a magazine…
Sub-Zero and Wolf, leaders in luxury kitchen appliances, have extended entries for their bi-annual search to uncover the best in contemporary kitchen design across the globe.
Coming to life behind the scenes, get ready to be inspired with a selection of incredible homes from across the region – each bringing something unique. In the meantime, let’s meet the jury and our partners.
In the kitchen, precise temperature control for storing and cooking foods is the name of the game. But how do you control these elements with designer style? Sub-Zero Wolf has the answers…
The world of wine storage is vast, with many storage options and even more aesthetic choices present for the wine appreciating design lover. Thankfully, Sub-Zero has the solution.
Thoughtfully crafted by Adele Bates, Sub-Zero and Wolf’s new showroom is a combination of appliance showcasings and restaurant grandeur.
Located in Surry Hills, Sub-Zero and Wolf’s new studio couples showroom functionality with the warmth that radiates throughout a home kitchen.
Start creating your custom schedule with our complete guide to everything you need to know about the most immersive and multi-dimensional design event of the year!
The eternal quest for natural light in an inner-city terrace finds a unique design solution in Sydney at the hands of Brad Swartz Architects.
The elegant form and pragmatic spatial design of NNH Residence’s kitchen by Mim Design earned the Melbourne-based interiors practice first place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero and Wolf’s biennial Kitchen Design Contest.
The one-day design festival Saturday Indesign is heating up as more design brands get added to the growing list of exhibitors.