With a recent book on natural Australian gardens, we spoke with the Victorian landscape designer on what it means to take a truly holistic approach to the environment.
Award-winning novelist Amanda Lohrey’s latest novel, The Conversion, is deeply concerned with issues of home renovations, architectural theory and the psychology of dwelling.
The Avant Gardens, a new book published by gestalten, not only provides some beautiful inspiration but also challenges assumptions about what a garden is and what it can do for a home.
David Trubridge’s new book titled, The Other Way, presents the designer, writer and photographer’s journeys to some of the most beautiful places on earth in glorious images and evocative text. Most know Trubridge as a global force in design but through this book another side of the creative is revealed. The love of the land sings clear and sweet through Trubridge’s voice and, as with the siren’s song, once the voice is heard it will transfix.
Greg Natale launched his new range of rugs for Designer Rugs in Melbourne, as well as his epic new book. Now clocking up eight collections in total, the evening brought out industry and design friends alike.
Arent & Pyke’s new book – Beyond the Primary Palette – reveals a deeply rich and layered collection of exceedingly well-crafted interiors.
The newly released book, Queer Spaces, delves into the history of just that – queer spaces – through the voices of many. It’s a new chapter in queer literature, writes Caelan Kaluder.
If you’re having some cooler-than-normal weather, or if the sun is flooding through your lounge room, then chances are you’re ready to curl up with a good book. So this week, we thought we’d take a look at 8 of our favourite designs for reading… (with the obvious omission of Habitus magazine, which we know you already read!)