Koichi Takada Architects has designed Calibre, a new apartment complex, with a focus on craft and nature to create a more human relationship between residents and their environment.
Once, Koichi Takada was the student and Kengo Kuma, the master. Now, a new Sydney development has given them opportunity to level the playing the field.
24 floors above ground and with the whole of Sydney CBD in full view, Stylecraft hosted the Habitus House of the Year judges for our very first judging day – and a long lunch afterwards to celebrate.
As part of an initiative to improve Australia’s climate change performance ranking, hear from the best and brightest champions of sustainability at Insight, The Office Space’s popular monthly talk series.
These are our favourite living spaces from Habitus House of The Year showcasing clever, and considered, connection to nature. Which is your pick? Have your say for the People’s Choice Awards by voting now.
In celebration of the launch of Habitus House of the Year, we’ve pulled together our favourite, jaw-dropping exteriors from the 2018 inaugural selection. Is one of the following your Habitus House of the Year? Vote now is for the People’s Choice.
Who said floorboards can only be used on the floor? Tongue N Groove’s new space by Tobias Partners reinvents the showroom experience with engineered European oak boards up, down and all around.
“Our role as long-term creative partners is to adapt to – and forecast – our clients changing needs,” says architect Kelvin Ho on the relaunch of his design studio, Akin Atelier.
The existing inner city architectural and community context has been the driver of the design of the Short Lane apartments by Woods Bagot.
Social At Verandah is Sydney’s latest foodie oasis. Inspired by the city’s beloved Verandah Bar and Restaurant, the new venue is driven by the philosophy of simplicity and inspired ideas – from food to aesthetics.
In Sydney earlier this year, Habitus chats to the head of design at Airbnb about the design of a company that continues to innovate – and disrupt – the hotel industry as it sinks its teeth into the design industry, too.