In our latest issue, a tennis court provided the canvas for our “Love” furniture shoot. While researching for more design trends, we stumbled across this installation by Spanish artist Ana Soler. Titled ‘Causa-Efecto’ (Cause&Effect) the work currently exhibited in The Mustang Art Gallery in Alicante, Spain, consists of 2000 tennis balls suspended, as if frozen mid-bounce throughout the gallery spaces. As much as we would like the effect of this discovery to be for you to check out the exhibition yourself, if you don’t happen to be in Alicante, you will just have to content yourself with our latest issue for more loveable design.
There is another great reason to do a little window-shopping in Newmarket this week, as the shopping strip takes part in an inaugural window design competition.
Here is how to ‘own’ that piece of the city you have always coveted… well, almost.
Refugio para un Recuerdo (Refuge for a Memory) by Alexandra Kehayoglou is a fiction, an emulation of a grassy knoll hand made from left-over yarns, offcuts and discarded textiles.
A small sample of the colours and shapes that Auckland-based photographer Jeremy Toth captured during his South American travels.
A central courtyard and walls of glass ensure this contemporary, beach-inspired iteration of a villa makes the most of its sloping site.
This coastal retreat in Estoril, Portugal uses art, colour and bespoke furniture to create a vibrant haven.
New Zealand’s own Peruvian-born architectural designer José Gutiérrez talks heritage and the difference between lightness and flimsiness.
Urbis and Air New Zealand are giving one lucky reader a chance to win a trip for two to the Argentine capital.