They say the grass is greener, but in this case the water is bluer. This idyllic holiday houseboat moored in Sydney Harbour means its owners have the best of both land and sea.
Cover stars of Habitus #34, the social issue, Tamsin and Patrick Johnson are internationally renowned for a unique design language in the worlds of fashion and interiors.
A museum shop like no other, Gallery & Co., housed in the newly opened National Gallery Singapore and designed by Foreign Policy Design Group, presents a retail and F&B scheme that is refreshing, youthful and contemporary. Luo Jingmei writes.
This spacious apartment in Glenferrie celebrates early 80s glamour and the suburb’s tennis culture. Habitus Living Digital Editor, Ashley Tucker chats to Monique Woodward, architect at WoodWoodWard Architecture about these design influences, and some of the interior design solutions employed that make it a colourful and joyful space to live in.
This week on Habitus Living, we chat to Melbourne-based interior designer Chelsea Hing of namesake practice Chelsea Hing. Chelsea is passionate about residential interiors, and since establishing her own business in 2007 she has worked on both large and small scale residential projects. We ask Chelsea about her thoughts on the kitchen and bathroom, and some of the key design considerations to take into account when embarking on the design of these two important spaces.
Above: Brandling street Home by Elaine Richardson Architects / Photography by Florian Grohen 1 | Neutral Bay House, Sydney Downie North Architects / Photography by Felipe Neves Full story here 2 | Balaclava House, Balaclava ArchiBlox / Photography by Tom Ross Reece basin. Tiles by National Tiles. 3 | Wiston Gardens House, […]
Many of our inner-city houses are terraces; full of character, but often small and at odds with what we want. Transforming poky spaces into spacious family homes, here are five inspiring projects that show Australian architects are well equipped at making small spaces completely liveable.
When given the opportunity to take on an existing food kiosk in Brisbane’s Wintergarden shopping centre, proprietors Mitch Suchowacki and Dane Louie engaged interior designer Georgia Cannon to help transform the outmoded outlet into a space fit for today’s epicurean consumer.