Rebecca Asquith’s vibrant Nectar lampshade is naturally sweet.
Here’s a stylish new design to snazzy-up your bedside.
Kate Ramsay is illuminating London with lamps made from New Zealand wool.
Jeremy Olds discovers that the design world is turning orange this season.
Forget tents and dodgy old caravans; the perfect mobile home is about to be made.
Jetting off on an autumn break? You’ll want to take one of these with you.
Design Miami, the furniture and objet d’art fair that runs alongside Art Basel each year, took place just before Christmas.
Urbis celebrates a chair made for shoebox apartments.
Basher’s latest contemporary work is vibrant and curious.
This quirky custom-made couch lets you mix and match to the limits (almost!) of your imagination.
An Australian duo have produced some of the prettiest objects we’ve seen.
There are lengthy shopping lists to be assembled for the beings in your life this time of year, so here are some tech gifts.
Designed in 1963, this iconic piece of furniture is still waiting for the future to catch up with it.
Chocolates are pleated, creased and embossed to create a new range of architectural sweets.
A Kiwi design student’s innovative refrigeration concept has been recognised on a world stage.
We’re swooning over these handcrafted wallpapers by Deborah Bowness.
A new New Zealand-designed chair has won gold at the Design Awards.
Huffer co-founder Dan Buckley is back in the groove with a quirky yet wearable new street wear label.
An artful set of geometric-shaped trays has us thinking creatively.
Bocci’s fascinating ‘38’ chandelier features large orb-like hangings containing both a light bulb and a bit of greenery.
The Agatha lamp by LZF Lamps has a thin timber veneer which is looped and twisted into a stylish pompom.
This shapely sedan showcases forward-thinking technology and design with an emphasis on craftsmanship.
This comfortable contemporary sofa design has old-school charm.
What would Dad like this Father’s Day? Extend your gift inspiration beyond the classics with these 10 designer items.
Delicately hand-crafted ceramic objects resembling potted orchids are lit from within to create a chandelier effect.
At a time when new cars were scarce and expensive, the Trekka was the only New Zealand produced motor vehicle.
In Yasutoki Kariya’s fascinating creation, light bulbs become swinging pendulums.
This curvaceous seat has won a spot in the revitalised foyer of Sydney’s Opera House.
Sometimes participation isn’t enough - we’re playing to win with gold, silver and bronze trophies on our mantle.
A new collection with Sydney-based graphic designers, bleux, sees David Trubridge venture into new territory.
Goldsmith Benjamin Clark combines a love of music with a curiosity for repurposed objects.
Bubble-gum and buttery yellow tones add intrigue to these beautiful hand-blown glass pendants.
Gold, mustard, yellow and citrine hues bring vibrance to any season. We pick out designs that embrace these hot shades.
Clustered pine pendant lights and floor and table lamps form essenze and AUT’s collaborative Homegrown collection.
An appliance that is used more times a day than an oven and a dishwasher.
Paul Maseyk’s work combines ideas from Greek tradition with modern cultural references.
A little light goes a long way. Urbis scours the country to find a selection of the season’s hottest light designs.
This sofa by David Shaw feels like a very New Zealand piece.
Urbis compiles six of the most covetable cup and mug designs for a stylish start to the day.
The Hiroshima Chair is a design balm of simplicity and craft, the antidote to cheap mass production and gimmick.