The final issue for 2018, the Trailblazers issue, will be on sale Thursday 13 December. To celebrate, Habitus teamed up with Living Edge at the Vitra Design Museum’s Miniatures Exhibition.
Why is it important for local media to work together in support of local architecture and design? Habitus chats to Rose Onans, editor at The Local Project, about the newly unveiled Habitus House of the Year Initiative.
Amongst breathtaking coastal bushlands of Tasmania, the RACT Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions offer an immersive experience equally of nature and architecture.
Iconic Sydney-based studio Arent&Pyke employ a solution-based understanding on design for entertaining to transform this Darling Point Penthouse into the ultimate living space for those who love to entertain.
Iconic Australian designer David Flack shares his experience of taking his design talent overseas to deliver one of this year’s most Insta-famous hospitality projects, Caravan Hapejong, South Korea.
Culture can have a powerful influence on our approach to design so what happens when – as a fully matured adult – you find a whole other side to your family’s history?
ADesignStudio creates geometric lights that are subtle and elegant, from the modular LightGarden to the alchemical Eon pendant light, the Australian design studio makes lighting for ambience.
New from the IG Design collaborative label AMD Collective comes a beautifully crafted range designed and manufactured in Australia.
Last month, Catapult Design opened its flagship Sydney showroom in Darlinghurst. Coming just over a year after the company burst onto the scene, working primarily with architecture and interior design clients, the showroom cements a core value held by the company—supporting and promoting local design and manufacture to Australian audiences.
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.
The opening night of WORKSHOPPED 14: Clean Slate, at Supa Centa Moore Park, was inspiring. Design was of the highest calibre and the crowd was energised. The work from every designer had obviously been developed thoughtfully from concept to final execution, and knowing these will be the people leading the future of Australian design was encouraging to say the least. The night not only proved good things are happening now, but was a great promise of what is to come.