Inspired by the concept of open design, Roger by Minotti has been released Australia-wide.
2022’s Australian Furniture Design Award goes to Ashley Eriksmoen, for her entry ‘The Dream, or: the view from here is both bleak and resplendent.’
Melbourne Design Fair opened last Wednesday and it’s an event not to be missed. We give you a run-down on what you can see – and collect, too.
With a huge list of outstanding events, talks and exhibitions – we have curated a list of the things we’re marking down in the calendar. But don’t just take our word for it… See the full line-up for yourself and clear the schedule.
Like an eclectic jewellery box, the GT Madhouse is full of delightful surprises and a design that is reminiscent of all that is precious to this creative family, inside and out.
In the cusp of the shrouded Uttranchal Hills, India, a quiet community of similar homes dot the hillside with serene views of the forgotten valley. Yet one breaks away with a cottage that feels spacious, minimal, and in tune with the surrounding nature.
Now more than ever we retreat to the sanctuaries that are our homes, looking to architects and designers to provide spaces that keep us safe and clean, and promote our wellbeing.
Whether you’re looking to keep up to date with the movements of the architecture and design industry as soon as they’re made, or browsing through our catalogue of more than a decade, Habitus Living is here to serve our community.
In light of the extra time you may be spending at home over the weekend and during the week, the release of the latest issue of Habitus couldn’t be more perfectly timed. Whether the Design Culture issue is relevant for work or for leisure, we hope you enjoy it cover to cover.