Arcke designed an L-shaped house with passive solar design and tactile materiality to create engagement with the house, climate and land.
It goes without saying that there is much to love about every house in the 2019 Habitus House of the Year selection. But when it comes to co-existing in harmony with nature and enjoying indoor-outdoor living, these five projects take the cake.
The development of what was once the industrial site of a renowned boatyard has set a new benchmark for luxury multi-residential living in Brisbane, thanks to BVN.
A clash of ideas that made for a layered response, Auchenflower House by Kelder Architects references the Mid-Century period while being relevant to its locale.
As the director of his eponymous studio, Shaun Lockyer is responsible for some of Queensland’s most stunning, environmentally responsible homes. Leanne Amodeo talks to the Brisbane-based architect about the practice’s recent projects.
Brisbane-based lighting and furniture studio Luxxbox have developed the GOMA chair, designed initially for the Gallery of Modern Art Restaurant, it’s the perfect chair for long lunches and deep conversation.
Following the recent opening of The Calile Hotel in Brisbane’s James Street precinct, we sat down with Richard & Spence to discover its unique and transformative design approach.
“As designers, we need to design like we give a damn. I believe design can help communities on a global scale,” says Hana Hakim of The Stella Collective.
Minimalist architecture and family-life may first seem incompatible. But Brisbane-based architects, Hogg & Lamb, show the two aren’t mutually exclusive.
These kitchens from the inaugural Habitus House of the Year selection showcase a space that is not only open and inviting, but clever in their design, configuration and use of natural light.