Lucy Hammonds looks back on a young designer that emerged with big ideas for his family knitwear label in the 1960s.
A shift from ‘Made in China’ to ‘Designed in China’ is exemplified in this elegant new house in Shanghai.
Volker Haug is one of Australia’s most innovative and experimental lighting designers with a colourful past that influences his quirky pieces.
Nicole Stock chats with the painter about his influences and inspirations.
A finalist in the Australian Interior Design Awards, this house uses materials creatively.
Claire Hammon and Greg Formont’s little jewel pays homage to their eye for the eccentric and the unexpected.
A dramatic monochrome renovation of a heritage building by Ian Moore.
Like many local residents, Ed Cruikshank first came to Queenstown not for work, but to ski.
Bronwen Kerr and Pete Ritchie love working with strong sculptural forms.
Most of the imagery Simon uses comes from vintage books of European landscapes.
Andrew Kerr looks back at the legacy of Bruce McLaren.
The new Lexus hybrid satisfies the eco-aware and delivers a little bit of grunt.