We showcase the six projects across the Asia Pacific that have truly set the standard for boutique design hotels and internal hospitality design.
Our New Zealand-based feet on the ground, architecture writer Andrea Stevens speaks of Habitus House of the Year as a celebration of cultural and artistic diversity through the Region.
These kitchens from the inaugural Habitus House of the Year selection showcase a space that is not only open and inviting, but clever in their design, configuration and use of natural light.
The Sunshine Coast’s Maleny House, from Bark Architects for Villa Prestige Properties, exemplifies all that’s unique and special about local Australian architecture.
A heritage site in the Daintree Rainforest was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for M3Architecture and their Melbourne-based clients. Off-grid, constructed in timber and nestled into its tropical surrounds, this home embodies the essence of living within nature.
For Lauren Lance of The Borrowed Nursery, part of the beauty of working with plants is not only the richness that nature adds to our lives, but also the element of nurturing something that has been alive for many years.
Newstead has historically been a Brisbane precinct filled with warehouses in a prime inner-city location, and the new Lumira Apartments strike a careful balance of luxury living while honouring the industrial aesthetic.
Japanese restaurant Kiyomi injects a sense of warmth into the Jupiters Casino complex, courtesy of a richly detailed fit-out by Luchetti Krelle, as Leanne Amodeo discovers.