“Design is a puzzle, and the satisfaction is in solving it,” says architect and interior designer, Ricci Bloch. We catch up with her as she unravels this statement.
Jade Sarita Arnott believes we should question the origins of our garments as rigorously as we question the origins of our food. Her label Arnsdorf is an awakening of creative endeavours and ethical entrepreneurship.
With a distinctive and sophisticated design style, Sydney-based design studio Arent&Pyke have made it their mission to “help and inspire people to live a beautiful life,” as Rebecca Gross discovers.
Resident is a New Zealand design practice driven by Scott Bridgens and Simon James who collaborate with a select group of designers. And as Rebecca Gross learns, its high-quality furniture and lighting is the unique result of these conditions and relationships.
Mark and Emma Cleine took over the reins at Industria X in 2014, bringing their passion for local manufacturing to the much loved brand that has been producing quality industrial furniture since 1999. Habitus Living writer Ashley Tucker spoke to the husband and wife team to find out more about their new endeavour.
Homewares label Zakkia showcases the increasingly rare quality of handmade design objects, celebrating the beautiful imperfections found in natural materials. Habitus Living reporter, Ashley Tucker meets the creative mind who is partnering with skilled artisans to create products that are one-of-a-kind.
With a portfolio of beautifully designed and distinctive interiors, Melbourne-based studio We Are Huntly has been deservedly named Emerging Interior Design Practice at the 2016 Australian Interior Design Awards. Rebecca Gross reports.
Habitus Living’s Ashley Tucker sits down with Alex Buckman, the man behind the Arbor Planter to learn about his inspiration and design practice, and, of course, the planters themselves.
Alana Langan and Jacqui Vidal are co-founders of Melbourne-based botanical wares studio, Ivy Muse. Habitus Living reporter, Ashley Tucker spoke with Alana and Jacqui to learn about their successful design practice and brand new collection.
“It’s what’s on the inside that counts,” is the motto of designer Kestie Lane, founder of Kestie Lane Studio. And for this designer it’s heart and soul for what she does, as well as a quiet confidence and effortlessness that emanates in her work. Rebecca Gross reports.