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Take a Breath

Home and away: houses where you're on holiday all year round

With an alternative approach and an intuitive ear, Rafe Maclean arrives at something unexpected in Wānaka.

Play it by Air

Editor's Letter: Take a Breath

Be Our Guest: Charlotte Ryan

The people's favourite creates an architecture-inspired playlist.

It's in the Bag

We release a new range of totes for the summer season.

Sacred Space

A belief in simplicity and order underpins the design of this self-contained unit.

A family home in Ōtautahi Christchurch finds harmony between sustainability and style.

In Sync

Cut a Rug

Making beautiful things from carpet-industry cast-offs.

Divine Purpose

Bar Magda off Karangahape Road pairs moody atmosphere and intrigue with Filipino-inspired fare.

Sol Searching

Satisfy your curiosity this summer with a selection of thoughtfully crafted objects that ask to be held and admired.

Department of Fashion

A new department store opens in a quiet backstreet in Parnell, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Fancy That

Common Space Architects rethink the classic Kiwi shed and carport in Te Moana-a-Toi Bay of Plenty.

Natural Rhythm

Inspired by boatsheds, Andrew Patterson composes an elegant family resort on Waiheke Island that’s both minimal and monumental.

Open Home Tairua

Our Open Home series continues with an award-winning show-stopper at Tairua.

Set in Stone

Patterson Associates brings an unwaveringly philanthropic couple’s vision to life at Ōtautahi’s newest museum.

Road People

Photographer Paul Gilbert’s intimate record of Aotearoa’s house-truck movement is presented in a new book.

Plant Material

A new range of planters elevates the mundane supermarket herb pot.

Fine Lines

New arrivals from ClassiCon at Matisse.

Herbst Architects present an intriguing yet harmonious show of contradictions in this family hideaway at Matapōuri Beach.

Poetic Refrain

Telly Vision

Indigenous and pop sensibilites collide in artist Telly Tuita’s lively and inventive tableaux vivant.

People vs Place

A dual exhibition at explores how we interact with the built environment.

Peak Flow

A Wānaka holiday home by Wilson & Hill Architects has views to the future.

Hats Off

A simple dish makes the most of tomato season.

From my Window: Up North

With relative simplicity, Spacecraft Architects turn a retreat for a single man into a family home on the Tūtūkākā Coast.

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