Spatial and object design hold hands in Candywhistle’s approach to furniture and fit-outs. Designer Holly Beals explains.
Tommy Honey finds that you can make functional public architecture a lot of fun.
Neville Price’s holiday home is an unusual, while memorable, moment in New Zealand’s architectural history.
Paul Maseyk’s work combines ideas from Greek tradition with modern cultural references.
Architectural façades have been taking cues from another sort of skin art – the tattoo, as Nicole Stock explains.
Built on a tight budget, this home was designed by owner and architect, Davor Popadich, for his young family.
The deep aqua blue colours in this bedroom by Gerald Parsonson evokes the ocean.
An urban insertion designed by Chris Tate has turned heads in Auckland.