Direct from the pages of Habitus #36, Ilana Kister of Kister Architects has taken a dilapidated, inner city church and turned it into her studio’s headquarters; seamlessly connected to the home she shares with her three young daughters.
Brought to you by Gaggenau, The Living Space Award honours the region’s most inspiring home – one that dwells thoughtfully and sensitively, enabling a well-designed way of life.
In a remote part of FUIJAN, China – a far cry from the hustle, bustle and non-stop action of city life – Zhang Junlin and his family are able to seek respite in their remote, yet not isolated, home.
The Kingfisher House, as featured in Habitus #36, by Josephine Hurley is the realisation of her parents’ dream home. Thirty-five years in the making, it has been fine-tuned with time and age.
An exciting urban transformation in the heart of Richmond, Melbourne, converts an industrial building (formerly produced rock crushing machinery that helped carve out Melbourne’s train tunnels) into state-of-the-art contemporary apartments and townhouses, known as Jaques Richmond.
The cover story for the latest issue of Habitus, the Nourish issue, this refined she-shed by Branch Studio Architects in Balnarring, Victoria, was inspired by its natural setting and client’s impulse to create a special retreat – all of her own.
Tiptoeing between outstanding opulence and characterful charm, this restored traditional Moroccan home turned luxury hotel will pull at all of your heartstrings.
A converted single car garage-cum-home office by Ande Bunbury Architects takes inspiration from Japanese architecture to become a multidimensional space for the entire family.
“A challenging project from the very beginning”, Alexandra Buchanan was the perfect woman for the job – so say the beaming young family who now occupy the enviable space.
When Architect Andrew Maynard renovated his family’s internalised Fitzroy terrace he designed experimentally with mental health in mind, breaking rules aplenty in the quest for fun and Vitamin D.