What To Cook Right Now With Jared Joe
As the sun cuts across the Northern Hemisphere and daylight returns to us, we look for recipes to keep us warm while reviving the spirit.
Mar 11, 2019
Return To Havana
Cuba was a romantic image in my mind. It is the place my grandparents grew up, and I wanted to go to connect with my Cuban roots—a part of me that always felt like a big question mark.
Mar 11, 2019
Igniting Deeper Human Connection in Uganda
Amidst the humid madness that is Art Basel, Miami’s Cadillac Hotel was transformed for one evening into an intimate respite. Over forty members of Habitas assembled to take in live painting, music, and spark conversation. They gathered for one common purpose: Habitas RISE.
Jan 30, 2019
The Sounds of Bali: Music in Technicolor
In Bali, where ceremony is a pillar of cultural life, gamelan is its most steadfast, beating heart.
Jan 24, 2019
Our Members: Cecilia Pagkalinawan
Habitas member Cecilia Pagkalinawan is a woman of many talents. Startup founder, CEO and philanthropic entrepreneur are just a few of the many hats she wears on a daily basis.
Jan 24, 2019
Breathe Like The Ice Man
This method of breathing helps heat up the body, strengthens the immune system, reduces inflammation, and shifts the brain from sympathetic dominance (fight or flight mode) into parasympathetic dominance, or relaxation.
Fernanda de la Puente
Jan 21, 2019
Art Basel Concert Series: The Sound of Unity
For us at Habitas, South Beach is the perfect backdrop for any cultural gathering. Which is why we partnered with the Faena Festival to host a performance by Habitas founder and musician Eduardo Castillo and his musical collective, Mardeleva.
Dec 11, 2018
Thought-provoking Installations from Art Basel
Dec 10, 2018
Putting Plastic in its Place
Dec 6, 2018
Our Members: David Hertz
You may have seen his work on Netflix’s ‘World’s Most Extraordinary Homes’, where he de-commissioned a Boeing 747 to build an out-of-this-world sustainable home in the hills of Malibu, California.
Dec 3, 2018
I remember paddling for my first wave in Swakopmund, Namibia. The water was a little colder than I’d expected, but that wasn’t the biggest surprise. What was truly jarring, so much so that I felt short of breath, was that I was totally alone in the ocean. Dozens of peeling left-handers rolled in, with no one to ride them but me. Seagulls wheeled overhead and three locals stood clustered on a nearby boardwalk, but I had the lineup to myself.
Nov 15, 2018
From Black Rock City to Nakivale Uganda
Sep 7, 2018
Erica Matluck: At the Intersection of Health and Culture
HABITAS Member Series | Dr. Erica Matluck is far from your average doctor. I see her coming out of the elevator wearing a gorgeous Mexican dress, embroidered with flowers, full length. Her blonde locks fall just below her shoulders, and she smiles with a conviction and kindness that immediately invites you in. But this is not why she's far from average. At the ripe age of 18, Erica would spend her weekends learning about reiki energy and searching for meaning beyond what the eye can see.
Jul 3, 2018
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