While we get ready for the biggest issue of the year to hit shelves – the Habitus House of the Year special edition – we’ve also been working away behind the camera on a video series… and here’s a sneak peek.
In a rarely seen move, Gaurav Roy Choudhury Architects builds a house to its boundaries in order to get the most of nature – but in this case, nature is found inside its four walls.
A beautifully bold façade by Carr for the boutique Carter Apartments in Toorak, Melbourne, finds softness in verdant landscaping, while simultaneously providing privacy inside.
A farm stay on the hills of Sukabumi, Indonesia, offers Goy Architects the chance to help realise a visionary client’s intention to build simply and sustainably for the community and beyond.
The importance of being outside and in nature is seeing a shift in the design of hospitality venues as they blur the lines between interior and exterior space.
Despite a façade that mimics the traditional form of a house, this Tokyo house by akihisa hirata architecture office plays with new approaches to medium density living.
In pursuit of more sustainable approaches to vertical living, Brett Robinson of Acre has brought a boutique multi-residential development to life, elevating landscape design to new heights in the process.
The Australian dream of achieving seamless and stylistic connections between indoor and outdoor spaces is now easier than ever, thanks to Adam Robinson Design, House of Bamboo, and Outdoor Designer Store.