Glenn Lamont and his family have created a home that is uniquely their own, inspired by early childhood memories of growing up on a farm.
When 5.5 million hectares of NSW were burned during the Black Summer fires, much of the Shoalhaven district was catastrophically affected. Many people lost their homes, including Andrew, who returned to find his 1980s cedar home and 40-year-old garden destroyed.
The Forsyth’s are a powerhouse family of business entrepreneurs where sustainability and reducing waste are all in a day’s work.
Architect Nick Turner was able to save his house during the devastating Black Summer fires in 2020, but he lost the garden he had worked on for years.
For Zoran Konjarski, design plays out in all facets of life, including the very deliberate selection of every item in his apartment.
Introducing the latest issue of Habitus – the sustainability issue. From homes rebuilt after the Black Summer Fires to artisans keeping traditional crafts alive, this issue looks at what lies ahead for a greener future.
A roof that drips, windows with no glass, a stair between patches of grass – Linghao Architects’ renovation to a house in Singapore allows its occupants to live with nature’s vicissitudes.