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Introducing Habitats: City, Coast and Forest, the latest addition to The Local Project's collection of timeless publications.

This trio of hardcover books features 600 pages of extraordinary homes from across Australia, New Zealand, North America and Canada. The collection masterfully captures the work of industry-leading design practices such as Smart Design Studio, Wardle, James Stockwell, Olson Kundig, Fearon Hay, Aires Mateus, Rob Mills Architecture & Interiors, Faulkner Architects and Atelier L’Abri.

Each volume is a testament to a deeply considered architectural expression that goes beyond mere shelter and includes 10 such examples that demonstrate a harmonious connection with its natural surroundings.
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Issue No. 15 features work from Smart Design Studio, Fearon Hay, Aires Mateus, MA+Co and Neometro, Faulkner Architects, MCK Architects, Richard Stampton Architects, Jolson, Archier, Neil Architecture and more.

On the cover is Stokes 14 by Smart Design Studio, an innovative home that demonstrates an instinctive appreciation of its urban environment. The issue also includes our new lifestyle section with insights from Hannah Tribe and Iain Halliday, profiles on Renato D’Ettorre and David Caon, as well as the latest style, design and luxury news.

The Commercial Project features projects and profiles across the retail, lifestyle, hospitality, workplace and wellness sectors. The Local Marketplace is a comprehensive product and finishes guide and also highlights designers, artists, makers and distributors across Australia, New Zealand and North America.
Since 2019, three issues of The Local Project magazine have been published each year. Each issue represents a curated selection of architecture and design, featuring new work from both leading and emerging local architects and designers as well as select older projects. Compiling the highlights from the first 10 issues in a single volume of 500+ pages, 10 offers a concentrated insight into the very best architecture and design of Australia and New Zealand.

Structured chronologically, the book features the very best architecture and design from the first 10 issues, including Waterview by John Wardle Architects, Cabbage Tree House by Peter Stutchbury Architecture, Redwood by Chenchow Little, Waiheke House by Cheshire Architects, La Scala by Richards & Spence, Bunkeren by James Stockwell Architect and many more.
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