About Habitusliving

 

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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Design Products

Habitus Living is proudly purveying the talent that is coming out of our region. The Asia Pacific has created a hub in which unique design has developed that is characteristic of the region, including product, furniture, industrial, fashion and artistic design.

A Bundle Of Joy

Soft, gentle, inviting. The Bundle Sofa makes a compelling argument for why the sofa is the most important piece in your living room.

Liebherr And Things To Know About Wine Cellars

Like a kid in a candy store or a bookworm in a bookshop, wine connoisseurs know the value of vintage bottle stored correctly. And Liebherr’s new built-in dual zone wine cellar is here to provide that home.


ILVE cooking up designs for true foodies

As Australia continues to foster a world-class foodie culture, more and more home cooks are searching for innovative equipment to cater to their growing needs. ILVE has always been at the forefront of the foodie movement, with ILVE Australia heavily influencing the design of their global appliances.

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!

Life In A Glass Castle

Meet Poesia, the latest collection from Brickworks. For many, the inclination towards glass bricks may seem like the return of an old friend – perhaps unrecognisable in such an array of bold colours.

Tom Dixon Creates With IKEA

Tom Dixon and IKEA have collaborated to design the DELAKTIG, a bed/sofa with add-on accessories that has the potential to become anything users might imagine and create.