In November the Melbourne design community came out to Stylecraft to celebrate Habitus House of the Year 2022 – and discover the program’s three crowning winners.
December 6th, 2022
What better way to send off the year than with a design industry soireé and a big reveal? November saw the announcement of the winners of Habitus House of the Year 2022 with the major partner Stylecraft’s showroom as the stunning backdrop.
The space was packed and excitement was in the air but most importantly of all, it was an opportunity to connect with Habitus’ friends and collaborators in person.
Congratulations to the three winners – Music Box by Multiplicity, Every Window a Garden by Linghao Architect and House Taurus by Durbach Block Jaggers and Richards Stanisich.
Relive the night by scrolling through the event gallery below. Special thanks go to major partners StylecraftHOME and Caroma, and award partner Axolotl.
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