A hit of lavender and mint adds a welcome creamy jolt to this house by Melbourne-based designers Hecker Guthrie.
Tommy Honey is on cloud nine when considering this playful Australian addition.
A look at one of Ian Athfield’s early houses.
This sofa by David Shaw feels like a very New Zealand piece.
The Hiroshima Chair is a design balm of simplicity and craft, the antidote to cheap mass production and gimmick.
Urbis compiles six of the most covetable cup and mug designs for a stylish start to the day.
Urbis catches up with Timothy John who debuted his Woven collection at Design55 at Urbis Designday 2012.
Originally designed in 1963 by eminent émigré architect Plischke, the house was restored and extended in 2006.
Furniture designer Bob McDonald has created collections of stylish simplicity that embrace the archetypal kiwi way of living.
Tucked away in the unassuming, shadow-ridden alley that is Tyler Street, World has designed another wonder emporium.
Located on one of most idyllic waterways, this house is a reaction against sleek, urban, minimal design.
Matt Gibson pleads for a heritage house to stay, and crafts a contemporary addition.
A designer with a career that combines comedy, fashion and architecture.