When you entered the essenze showroom a large chart asked you questions about your ideal lifestyle until you arrived at your ultimate style. Head further into the showroom, and interior designer Rachel Lovelace had created four distinct themes related to each style. Well Groomed Fox’s new table and a beautiful timber chair fit into the Retro section. With live chicks and a silent disco, this installation had something for everyone.
One of Designday’s biggest hits was an installation by three unlikely collaborators.
Designday’s favourite car makers partnered up with creative strategist FLY to offer visitors a three-part experience.
See some of the many highlights of the ninth annual Urbis Designday.
A seriously labour-intensive installation wowed the masses at Designday HQ this year.
Urbis and Miss Crabb are offering one lucky person $300 worth of Miss Crabb vouchers to freshen up their spring wardrobe.
Textures and natural materials abound in this Auckland home, yet a soothing palette ensures its art and objects does not visually burden its inhabitants.
Like Russian Matryoshka dolls, kitchens and bathrooms are miniature projects within projects. And, with the trend to concealed pantries and cleverly hidden storage, the surprises just keep coming say Tim Dorrington and Sam Atcheson of Auckland’s Dorrington Atcheson Architects.
A concrete expert builds a fitting palace for his family.