In 2015 local designer Rachel Vosila challenged existing perceptions, as well as her own, of what a chair could and should be designing one chair a week for a year, her One A Week Project. Now, she’s interested in telling stories through families of furniture.
Habitus explores the principles of minimalism in furniture design and how to transport the aesthetic from Pinterest boards and Instagram feeds into your real life residential spaces.
When not curating the best designs from around the world, our Habitus Living team loves nothing better to lounge around on the products we write about. Here are some of our favourites, from beautiful works of art to astonishingly comfortable sofas and armchairs we just want to leap into and never leave.
Getting international product is always a challenge. Shrinking local lead times makes the improbable completely impossible, especially if you have a fussy project. So how can we get classic European items into a project in a timely manner? Walter Knoll Australia teaches us how…
“Like music or art, our goal is to make furniture that becomes a part of your daily life, surpassing artificial boundaries of culture and custom to bring peace and tranquillity to people everywhere.” This is the story of Japanese-Milanese furniture design house, Ritzwell.
The Eames Lounge and Ottoman are amongst the most iconic designs in industrial design. Seamlessly blending luxury and comfort, the Lounge and Ottoman now celebrate their 60th anniversary, making it only fitting that we revisit them.
Having just celebrated 50 years in the game, Schiavello has released Karo, their latest ottoman-inspired seating solution for home and work spaces. The collection proves that there’s more to the humble ottoman than meets the eye.
Franco Crea debuted the latest additions to the Mila family – a collection of stools and chairs that continues his slimline aesthetic and playful attitude towards texture.
If you missed the launch of the Palissade collection designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for HAY at the Melbourne Indesign event, you haven’t entirely missed out. Alternatively, if you didn’t miss it but did love it – you’re equally in luck.