The principles of Japanese minimalism converge with contemporary urban living at the Zen Apartment, where the landscaping is ever-present.
Each year Habitus House of the Year shines a spotlight on the most unique residential architecture and design from across the Indo Pacific region. Now it’s time for you to dive into the list.
The story of Axolotl begins in 1995 with the launch of a modest range of semi-precious architectural finishes. Since then, Axolotl has become a crucial part of Australia’s design ecosystem – supporting Australian creatives with quality, innovative solutions.
Indigenous artist Karla Dickens’ new artwork – To See or Not to See – hangs above the entry of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, with technical prowess made possible with Axolotl.
Bringing together an intimate crowd at StylecraftHOME in Sydney, while simultaneously streaming right around the region, this year’s Habitus House of the Year presentation was as innovative as the projects in the line-up.
Join Habitus editor Aleesha Callahan and the Habitus team as the Habitus House of the Year 2020 winner and commendations are revealed on Thursday, 3rd December.
Even prior to its renovation by Baldwin & Bagnall, the charms of Annandale House were a force to be reckoned with. Now, this inner-city terrace is a Sydney family’s dream come true.