Unwinding poolside has never been more luxurious. Trace Sunlounge by Tait transports its users to a tranquil resort backdrop.
Our New Zealand-based feet on the ground, architecture writer Andrea Stevens speaks of Habitus House of the Year as a celebration of cultural and artistic diversity through the Region.
Koichi Takada Architects has designed Calibre, a new apartment complex, with a focus on craft and nature to create a more human relationship between residents and their environment.
Brewing in Bali, Full Circle by X+O brings Ubud’s tropical surrounds into the interior design of a local café to create a modern vibe with local storytelling and a relaxed atmosphere.
The continuous gush of natural light in Split End House by Mártires Doyle results in a dramatic transformation that encourages residents to experience their home with a completely new outlook.
Outdoor living spaces are a sanctuary that takes us into our surroundings, away from busy lifestyles. Vote for your favourite Habitus House Of The Year, now.
These are our favourite living spaces from Habitus House of The Year showcasing clever, and considered, connection to nature. Which is your pick? Have your say for the People’s Choice Awards by voting now.
A new, pastel-hued café by AlvinT Studio in Jakarta, Indonesia, has been designed with an eye to encourage social interaction between strangers, as well as creating different clusters of seating.
Gable House by Sheri Haby Architects is an exemplary project that showcases a suite of seamless contemporary additions to a classic heritage home.
A seasoned architectural writer and former editor, Luo Jingmei shares her unique insights into the Singapore architecture and design scene, and the projects that made the cut for the first ever, Habitus House of the Year initiative.