About Habitusliving

 

Habitus is a movement for living in design. We’re an intelligent community of original thinkers in constant search of native uniqueness in our region.

 

From our base in Australia, we strive to capture the best edit, curating the stories behind the stories for authentic and expressive living.

 

Habitusliving.com explores the best residential architecture and design in Australia and Asia Pacific.

 

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10/10/10 with Alexander &Co.

10/10/10 is an ongoing series on Habitus Living where artists, designers and creatives give us a glimpse into their life through the lens of a disposable camera, a set of 10 questions, and 10 songs. Up next is Sydney-based design studio Alexander &Co.

10/10/10 with James Howe

Introducing 10/10/10, a new series on Habitus Living where artists, designers and creatives give us a glimpse into their life through the lens of a disposable camera, a set of 10 questions, and 10 songs. Up first is South Australian-based furniture designer James Howe.

The joy of slow living

ARKHILITE co-founder Vincent Goi tells us how slow living is able to bring joy and satisfaction to its inhabitants.

Gestural expressions

Miranda Russell is an artist who explores form and movement through confident, artistic gestures. We ask the regionally based artist about her approach, influences and home life.

Home as a testing ground

Pascale Gomes-McNabb has created some of the most iconic restaurant fitouts around Melbourne. Always searching for new ideas, we learn how art and design constantly inspire this all-around creative.

Defying convention

From psychedelic fashions to objects as art, Jordon Gogos is the ultimate slashie. We chat with the Melbourne Art Fair ambassador about his upcoming collaboration, the beginnings of his career, and his approach to design. Jordan is definitely one to watch!

Cultivating a design instinct

Tamsin Johnson has a natural-born pedigree for design and art as the child of antique dealers. The Melbourne Art Fair ambassador shares how this instinct is expressed through her work in artistic ways.

Power to the People

Criena Gehrke is right at home as CEO of the Gold Coast’s Home of the Arts where she leads with a human-centred, democratic approach.

A Journey To Find Her Voice

For Malaysian artist Chong Siew Ying the siren call of Paris proved to be not just irresistible, but also transformative.

When Life And Design Collide

We chat with partners in life and work – Garth Elliott and Alyssa Sheldrake – and hear about the early days of ZETR, juggling a fledgling business and a new family, to breaking into the design industry with a unique product.