Architects, designers and design enthusiasts alike know that great architecture can reach new heights when complemented by well-designed objects. In celebration of the great feats of architecture within the Habitus House of the Year 2019 selection, we’ve curated a prize pool of design objects capable of elevating your space and style to new heights! All you need to do to go in the running to win this Ultimate Design Hunter Package is cast your vote for your House of the Year.
In case you need a little further encouragement, here’s a sneak peek at the curated prize pool up for grabs:
1. Agra rug, Armadillo & Co.
The Agra Collection of rugs from Armadillo & Co. balances visual restraint with sumptuous luxury. Select your choice of colour from the collection’s range of ten hues; Anthracite; Byzantine; Duchess; Juniper; Kingfisher; Marlin; Midnight; Moonstone; Oyster; and Pearl.
2. Flocca Linen bedding, Hale Mercantile Co.
Experience pure linen bedding from Australia’s leading linen brand. Hale Mercantile Co.’s luxurious linen bedding is manufactured entirely in Europe from authentic, quality linen. Receive a Queen-size linen bedhead and bedding set including duvet cover, flat sheet and pillowcases.
3. Bang & Olufsen Beosound Edge, Premium Sound
Compact and powerful wireless speaker with a timeless design, cutting edge acoustic innovation and magical interaction for a listening experience that inspires the imagination.
4. Anya Pesce artwork, Studio Gallery
Titled Gold Composition, 2019, this wall mounted sculpture by Sydney-based artist, Anya Pesce, is valued at $3,000. Anya’s work explores surface, colour and materiality, transforming plastic material from its industrial incipient state, to a form that is both illusive and real, arouses curiosity through juxtaposition.
5. Georg Coat Stand, Top 3
Georg Coat Stand is two long legs attached to a centre section that leans against the wall. No screws, just a straightforward wardrobe solution for your lobby or bedroom. Shirts and trousers can go on hangers, while you can hang your scarves and jackets on the little bumps on one leg and your bag on the hook on the other.
6. Sedis Chair, Stylecraft
The Sedis seating collection designed by Anne-Claire Petre for Anaca Studio balances sculptural curves with strong, minimalist lines informed by Art Deco architecture.
7. Andy Chair, Project 82
The Andy occasional chair by Design Kiosk is an effortlessly comfortable chair that is modern and inviting. Available in 4 aniline leather options this armless chair is easy to slide into, and keeps a room feeling open.
8. Ceppo collection tiles, Earp Bros
Receive a $3,000 voucher to spend on any tiles in the Ceppo collection by Earp Bros. The collection includes three stunning colours, Antracita, Stone and Acero offering a diverse collage of complementing tones to easily blend with other materials and products.
9. Kanta Nested Cocktail Tables, Boyd Blue
This pair of nested cocktail tables is topped with a sunburst-patterned veneer in Smoked Eucalyptus finish with a brass-plated metal base.
10. Shunan tables, Top 3
Bring the outside in with Shunan, the round metal and wood coffee table inspired by China’s serene forest. Ideal for use as a side or coffee table, Shunan’s curved ash top is supported by strong, vertical steel legs, creating an organic and elegant feel. This coffee table represents a perfect marriage of classic simplicity and contemporary flair.
11. Showers, tapware and accessories, Phoenix Tapware
Select up to $3,000 RRP worth of Phoenix branded collections including showers, taps and accessories from Phoenix Tapware.
12. Dost lounge chair, Top 3
Named for the native word meaning ‘friendship’, the Dost wool lounge chair was inspired by one of our most basic human needs: comfort. Whether you’re having a bad day or just want to curl up with a good book, a few moments resting on a Dost chair will be as comforting as a cuddle from an old chum.
13. Snoopy limited edition table lamp, Euroluce
Table lamp giving direct light with matte black embossing powder finishing reflector and white Carrara’s marble base. It was designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1967.
14. Wardrobe and personal styling, Nique
Receive a $1,500 Nique wardrobe and a personal styling session with Nique creative director, Nadia Jones.
15. Lightning rug, TSAR Carpets
This TSAR Carpets rug, valued at $4,065 RRP, is an atypical representation of lightning; hidden behind a mass of dark clouds, an electrical storm is observable only by a thin glow in the distance.
Don’t miss your chance to win all this and more! Vote for your choice of our 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection to be in the running. Competition closes October 28, 2019, Terms and Conditions apply.
Habitus and Indesign Media Asia Pacific would like to thank our partners for the Design Hunter Package: Armadillo & Co., Hale Mercantile Co., Boyd Blue, Premium Sound, StylecraftHOME, Euroluce, Nique, Top 3, Earp Bros, Studio Gallery, Phoenix Tapware, Project 82, and Tsar Carpets.
Habitus House Of The Year wouldn’t exist without the support of our friends, colleagues and regular collaborators in the industry. We would like to extend our sincerest thanks to our Major Partners Gaggenau, StylecraftHOME and Zip and Supporting Partners Armadillo & Co and Earp Bros. Our Trophy Partner Axolotl and our Accommodation Partner Ovolo Laneways.
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