When two school friends reconnected over a shared love of design and sustainability, the opportunity to collaborate did more than give new life to a 110-year-old house – it cemented a friendship while making a poetic story in the process.
Taking his Iwan Iwanoff exhibition to Palm Springs, Melbourne-based photographer Jack Lovel shares his experiences and highlights at Modernism Week in this Habitus exclusive.
For Zoran Konjarski, design plays out in all facets of life, including the very deliberate selection of every item in his apartment.
Jack Lovel’s ongoing project to document the work of Iwan Iwanoff is culminating in the launch of an updated hard cover edition of his book – Catching Light – alongside a special exhibition in Melbourne.
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.
A historic post office in Perth has been transformed by State of Kin, a local design practice, into Bodyscape Yoga, delivering a newfound state of zen to its yogi clientele.
David Barr Architects opens up a heritage-listed Federation house to its spacious, sun-drenched site, transforming it into a modern family residence in the process.
An Italian Pasta Bar in Melbourne’s CBD by Biasol Design drew design inspiration from the likes of traditional Italy, Ancient Rome and the modern, culture hub that is Melbourne.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all bathroom solution, but the very best designs incorporate certain elements that can make the outcome nothing less than perfect.