It’s time for Australasia and South-East Asia to get excited – the highly-anticipated Habitus magazine has arrived
September 26th, 2008
After whispers of its existence began circulating some time last year, Habitus – living in design is finally here, in the flesh. It has a tactile appeal and feels like a solid publication.
It’s definitely one to immerse yourself in, but don’t be put off by its weight – the thoughtful text is accompanied by quality images of homes in exotic landscapes from the Region and a unique selection of the latest products from around the world. The magazine offers a rich cross section of ideas for houses, interiors and landscapes, for anyone who craves inspiration for a quality way of life.
There is plenty of star power in the launch issue, featuring projects from Alex Popov, WOHA, Stutchbury and Pape and Robert Weir. Habitus also engages in conversation with a number of personalities from the Region, including Akira Isogawa, Ernesto Bedmar, Daniel Baffsky & Sarah-Jane Clarke and Chris Connell.
Habitus is now available at newsagencies and selected bookstores globally. Subscribe here!
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