For Malaysian artist Chong Siew Ying the siren call of Paris proved to be not just irresistible, but also transformative.
Bijl Architecture has renovated a family home using deliberate folds and geometric forms, obscuring the addition from the street while strategically opening it up to the back garden.
How do you reconcile a proclivity for easy, open living with a compulsion for privacy in the middle of a dense single-dwelling neighbourhood? FARM Architects carves out a compelling solution with Void House.
Founded in 1997 by William Smart, Smart Design Studio (SDS) draws on a philosophy of deeply embedded function. This self-reflective visual essay connects the dots, the nuance and the relationships across a selection of the studio’s projects.
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.
Designed by Room 11 and located in an extraordinary wilderness setting, this home is a consummate example of designing for place and people.
Architectural photographer Jack Lovel is shining a fresh perspective on the built legacy of an under-celebrated mid-20th century architect – Iwan Iwanoff.
While the 50th issue of Habitus is about to hit the shelves, it is only my first issue as editor. Having reached such a significant milestone in the magazine’s history, we explore the notion of legacy.