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Designing A Home For Work, Rest And Play

Melbourne-based design legends Austin Maynard Architects tackle the challenge of designing a sanctuary for different people in a single home with their latest project: Kiah House.

A Private Family Sanctuary

Carter Williamson Architects transforms a once-claustrophobic medley of spaces into a liveable, light-filled and private family sanctuary.

Dwellings With Detail at Abian Botanic Gardens

We discover the intricacies of a well-designed life inside Abian’s homes in the sky, and speak to Sunland Group’s Sahba Abedian about their superlative new addition to the Brisbane skyline.

Italian Design, Down-under

This stunning kitchen proves that sophisticated Italian design can be just as at home in this Victorian home as in a modern Milan apartment.

Designing a Thoughtful Home

How can we create homes that mirror sanctuaries of retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern living? How can we have both functionality and style? One family have achieved it all.

Creating MINI Design Hunters

Habitus recently partnered with I-Manifest and MINI to create a Micro-School of design in which high school-aged students would consider how architecture and design can bring awareness to future living habits.

Merging Past with Present: Modern Heritage Homes

Brisbane’s latest development in Coorparoo walks a fine line between heritage and modernity with original townhouses restored with contemporary interiors, and new townhouses built in a heritage style.

Balancing the Edwardian with the Contemporary

FGR Architects faced a tricky challenge in a home that possessed an Edwardian exterior, but required a contemporary interior. What resulted is a stunningly modern home that pairs past with present through a liberal use of glass.