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7 favourite pieces from Melbourne Indesign

Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living

Melbourne Indesign was not only for professional designers, but for those of us who simply have a passion for design. With dozens of residential brands exhibiting and launching new product there was much to lust over. Here is a small selection of our favourite pieces from the event – including local and international design, established and emerging designers.

Above: Enoki
 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: CIBO
What: Cirque 900
Why we love it: Sleek, simple, functional

 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: CULT
What: Adam Goodrum’s furniture range for CULT
Why we love it: comfortable, quality materials, Australian design
Other pieces: Wall lamps – Bestlite, Robert Dudley Best for Gubi; Table lamp – Grasshoppa by Greta Grossman for Gubi; Breakfast Tray – Cappuccino by Magis.

 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: Enoki
What: 260 Cumulus Pendants
Why we love it: Structure is at the core of the design, earthy colours, pick and choose for your specific space

 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: AJAR
What: Entic Designs Tiles
Why we love it: Handcrafted, attention to detail, traditional with contemporary feel

 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: Philip Stokes Studio Glass
What: Marbled Lamps
Why we love it: Hand blown, organic, dreamy patterns
 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: Ross Gardam
What: Silhouette Desk Lamp
Why we love it: Exquisite range of finishes, playful, practical
 


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Design Hunter picks - Habitus Living
Who: Weylandts
What: Rone‘s large-scale painting
Why we love it: Something different in the showrooms, bringing street art into high design, creative collaboration
 

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