The final episode in our Habitus House of the Year video series has landed. In this one, we look to the surge in local manufacturing and discover how important it is to collaborate with local trades and craftspeople to create incredible design outcomes.
After over a decade on the Australian design scene, Coco Flip’s commitment to keeping things small, slow and local continues to produce lasting designs that brim with personality.
This year we’ve seen a renewed interest in the local design and manufacturing sector, but Melbourne-based Sussex Taps have been silent champions of the cause for almost three decades.
An Organised Life collaborates with artist Elissa Barber for its 2021 collection of diaries, planners and notebooks and that’s one more reason to await the new year.
As the boundaries between the workplace and home have completely dissolved, the need to reimagine the way we experience and interact within our everyday spaces has arisen.
Who said designer furniture needed to break the bank? These designers are doing exceptional work that is thoughtful, purposeful, and above all, affordable.
Tony Russell, Brand Director at StylecraftHOME, is working towards elegant and contemporary pieces to enhance residential spaces. Here, he discusses Habitus House of the Year and the evolving nature of design across the Indo Pacific Region.
A textbook example of perfect synergy, New Volumes can now be found in Cult showrooms across Australia. Both brands steadfast supporters of local designers and makers.
Tait and Mokum know exactly what it means to live – and survive – outdoors in the Australian climate. This summer they’ve collaborated reinventing some of Tait’s most popular designs with a distinct, 70s edge.
The new ceramic basins by Archier with Tasmanian ceramicist Lindsey Wherrett signal a demand for custom-made bathroom products.