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.
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.
To say Woolwonga and Gurindji woman Susan Moylan-Coombs is a person of many parts is an understatement, as she traverses business, design, diversity, family and heritage with aplomb.
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.
When self-taught ceramicist Eloise White scored herself a spot in JamFactory’s associate program, she cemented her name as one of Australia’s up and coming ceramic artists to watch.
Pepa Martin and Karen Davis explore Japanese textiles and printmaking, extending their creativity into artworks, wallpaper and prints – all under the moniker Shibori.
Whether designing buildings or furniture, or working from a base in Byron Bay or in Sydney – the approach Daniel Boddam takes is always about striking a balance.
Art historian, published author, museum director, cultural consultant and Global Emissary for SCCI, Dolla Merrillees’ talents and wisdom are wide-ranging. We find out how design and art influence this Habitus Design Hunter.
Ostensibly retired, Hijjas Kasturi remains a defining figure in Malaysian architecture – for his iconic buildings and for the cultural and environmental philanthropy of he and his Australian wife, Angela.