A range of woven homewares produced by hand, by two sets of friends.
Three street artists create limited edition scarves for Louis Vuitton’s seasonal collection.
We have recently discovered the works of Melbourne-based artist and maker, Vipoo Srivilasa - and we can’t get enough.
Carmel Rowden discovers tassels are the darlings of the design world right now.
Architect Zaha Hadid lends her futuristic design thinking to fashion footwear.
This season’s hippest accessory: a vintage-inspired, polka-dot bicycle from Karen Walker Home.
Geometrically-inspired clocks that lend a happy vibe to boring walls.
Oyyo’s vibrant dhurries meld contemporary ideas and traditional Indian craft.
One of New Zealand’s cleverest makers is helping design students to learn their craft.
A charming bedside accessory with more uses than you might think.
Designer Simone LeAmon’s new lighting designs come with all the frills.
British designer Lee Broom wowed the crowds with new lights at the Milan Furniture Fair in April.
Clare Chapman finds out how to flat-pack your way to a fantastic décor with a great table.
Designer Phil Cuttance switches things up with his handmade Segment shades.
A Danish-designed flat-pack lamp with an ultra-modern bent.
Keeping warm this winter needn’t be a drab affair with this joyous throw from Missoni Home.
Warm up your afternoon tea with this peppy serving pot.
The lamps from Lyttelton’s Joska & Sons are worth shouting about.
Not content with floral motifs, ceramicist Melody Rose paints skulls and nudes on her fine china.
Rebecca Asquith’s vibrant Nectar lampshade is naturally sweet.
Here’s a stylish new design to snazzy-up your bedside.
Kate Ramsay is illuminating London with lamps made from New Zealand wool.
Jeremy Olds discovers that the design world is turning orange this season.
Forget tents and dodgy old caravans; the perfect mobile home is about to be made.
Jetting off on an autumn break? You’ll want to take one of these with you.
Design Miami, the furniture and objet d’art fair that runs alongside Art Basel each year, took place just before Christmas.
Urbis celebrates a chair made for shoebox apartments.
Basher’s latest contemporary work is vibrant and curious.
This quirky custom-made couch lets you mix and match to the limits (almost!) of your imagination.
An Australian duo have produced some of the prettiest objects we’ve seen.
There are lengthy shopping lists to be assembled for the beings in your life this time of year, so here are some tech gifts.
Designed in 1963, this iconic piece of furniture is still waiting for the future to catch up with it.
Chocolates are pleated, creased and embossed to create a new range of architectural sweets.
A Kiwi design student’s innovative refrigeration concept has been recognised on a world stage.
We’re swooning over these handcrafted wallpapers by Deborah Bowness.
A new New Zealand-designed chair has won gold at the Design Awards.
Huffer co-founder Dan Buckley is back in the groove with a quirky yet wearable new street wear label.
An artful set of geometric-shaped trays has us thinking creatively.
Bocci’s fascinating ‘38’ chandelier features large orb-like hangings containing both a light bulb and a bit of greenery.
The Agatha lamp by LZF Lamps has a thin timber veneer which is looped and twisted into a stylish pompom.