Sussex Taps has always carried an innate aspiration to ‘make it right’ and this has come to fruition through carbon-neutral certification.
We condense the insights of four business owners who are each contributing to a greener future by shaping brands, products and buildings that stand on strong ethics.
Coming back in a big way, the 2021 lineup of events, talks and exhibitions for Melbourne Design Week is exhaustive. We have picked out just a small selection but be sure to see the full list for yourself and clear the calendar so you don’t miss a thing.
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.
When the residents of a 1950s bungalow faced the ‘move or improve?’ dilemma, they opted for the latter – calling on THOSE Architects to make staying a reality.
Habitus has had the pleasure of sharing time with some of the industry’s most notable creatives. Here are five in particular that have made an impact with their innovative practices and thought leadership.
Director Vanessa Katsanevakis heads Sussex Taps, the Melbourne-based manufacturer her father established in the 1990s. Habitus talks to her about his legacy and her thoughts on the next big trends in tapware.
The design experts at Sussex taps are always looking for a better way to do things; which is why their taps continue to be a stylish landmark of innovation in the industry.
Minimalist architecture and family-life may first seem incompatible. But Brisbane-based architects, Hogg & Lamb, show the two aren’t mutually exclusive.