The launch of Habitus magazine, the newest publication for the Australian and South East Asian Region, took place on Wednesday 8th October at Ventuno in Walsh Bay.
October 9th, 2008
The launch event was attended by over 250 contributors, advertisers, supporters, people who are featured in the magazine, industry guests designers and design professionals – all celebrating the new magazine.
Editor of Habitus, Paul McGillick, explained that this magazine is not an architectural magazine and decidedly not a lifestyle magazine, it is about telling stories – stories about ’way of life’.
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