Making beautiful things from carpet-industry cast-offs.
Bar Magda off Karangahape Road pairs moody atmosphere and intrigue with Filipino-inspired fare.
Satisfy your curiosity this summer with a selection of thoughtfully crafted objects that ask to be held and admired.
A new department store opens in a quiet backstreet in Parnell, Tāmaki Makaurau.
Common Space Architects rethink the classic Kiwi shed and carport in Te Moana-a-Toi Bay of Plenty.
Our Open Home series continues with an award-winning show-stopper at Tairua.
Patterson Associates brings an unwaveringly philanthropic couple’s vision to life at Ōtautahi’s newest museum.
Photographer Paul Gilbert’s intimate record of Aotearoa’s house-truck movement is presented in a new book.
A new range of planters elevates the mundane supermarket herb pot.
New arrivals from ClassiCon at Matisse.
Indigenous and pop sensibilites collide in artist Telly Tuita’s lively and inventive tableaux vivant.
A dual exhibition at explores how we interact with the built environment.
A Wānaka holiday home by Wilson & Hill Architects has views to the future.
A simple dish makes the most of tomato season.