The 2019 House of the Year has now run its course with the Awards announced at StylecraftHOME’s Sydney showroom on Thursday 31st of October.
Habitus House of the Year honours exceptional residential architecture and design completed across the Indo Pacific Region within the past 18 months. Here are your 2019 winners.
Neil Burley returns to the jury for Habitus House of the Year 2019, and this year, he’s on the lookout for residences that are calm, liveable, and climatically considerate.
The architects responsible for these houses within the Habitus House of the Year 2019 selection show a keen attention to detail in form and function when it comes to material selection.
Architect Palinda Kannangara joins the jury for Habitus House of the Year 2019, and his focus is on innovative yet timeless architectural articulations of culture, climate, user, and lifestyle. Nothing more, nothing less.
Habitus House of the Year is out Thursday 12 September and to celebrate the release we gathered the industry’s finest at Gaggenau’s beautiful Melbourne showroom for a sneak peak at the issue ahead of its launch.
There’s no denying that Karen McCartney knows an outstanding piece of residential architecture when she sees one. And it’s not always the biggest, nor the newest.
Where tradition meets innovation, Gaggenau is an inspiring heritage of design excellence. Robert Warner, General Manager of Gaggenau Australia, discusses the exceptional qualities within this year’s Habitus House of the Year selections and the way Gaggenau elevates the heart of the home across the Indo Pacific Region.
From humble beginnings as a furnishing textiles salesman, David Clark has carved himself out a career in the residential design scene that is as lengthy as it is admirably diverse.
Architect Howard Tanner returns to the Habitus House of the Year 2019 jury and this year he’s looking forward seeing sculptural forms, honest connections to surrounding landscapes, and houses that feel lived in.
Architect and design advocate Shelley Penn joins the 2019 Habitus House of the Year Jury and she’s not interested in bells and whistles. Rather, it’s working through fundamental design challenges and optimising the results.