Here are four crème de la crème cases of contemporary bathroom design from across our region, as featured in the Habitus 2019 Kitchen and Bathroom issue.
There’s no denying that Karen McCartney knows an outstanding piece of residential architecture when she sees one. And it’s not always the biggest, nor the newest.
From humble beginnings as a furnishing textiles salesman, David Clark has carved himself out a career in the residential design scene that is as lengthy as it is admirably diverse.
Architect Howard Tanner returns to the Habitus House of the Year 2019 jury and this year he’s looking forward seeing sculptural forms, honest connections to surrounding landscapes, and houses that feel lived in.
A home to escape to while remaining utterly connected to its surrounds, Fitzroy Lane House by Kennedy Nolan presents an island-like dwelling within a rapidly changing streetscape.
Luigi Rosselli’s sympathetic, sensual approach has given rise to some of Sydney’s most beautiful residential projects. His own home is a wonderland of family histories and the architect himself is a lover of all styles, with many a story to tell.
Taking style cues from Japanese lifestyle brand Muji and Scandinavian design, this home by Dots N Tots Interior combines the best of clean, minimalistic lines with warm wood textures.