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Air Play

Summer breeze: when houses make you feel alive

Peter Shaw combines bold design moves with elements of Californian mid-century modern architecture in a home he built himself.

Bright Spark

Editor's Letter: Air Play

Line of Enquiry

Tell us what you think and be in to win a wine cabinet from Fisher & Paykel.

The Caring Kind

A new buy-one, gift-one blanket scheme is spreading warmth across Aotearoa.

Fired Up

Gerard Dombroski builds a kiln shed from found materials for artist Jaime Jenkins.

Child's Play

A vibrant new preschool by Parsonson Architects brings life to a Palmerston North retail zone.

Patrick Clifford of Architectus creates a cliffside escape for friends that explores the pleasure of volume and scale.

Into the Fold

Open Home Christchurch

Please join us at our next Open Home in Ōtautahi Christchurch.

Just Call Me Sentimental

Here photographers document favourite summer things.

Access All Areas

Architect Carolyn Smith reworks a 1940s bungalow for optimal functionality and freedom.

Fair Play

Aotearoa Art Fair might have been cancelled, but the art is still there to be seen – or even bought. Go on.

Character Study

Jack McKinney reimagines an 1890s ship captain’s house in Tāmaki Makaurau with a delightful pavilion and a subtle new language.

Hot off the Press

Kushana Bush works with the Auckland Print Studio.

Natural Order: Ruth Castle

Ruth Castle’s hand-woven pieces are as relevant now as they were 50 years ago.

Sub Merge

A new pool and pool house beside an award-winning home by Marshall Cook look like they have always been there.

A Good Eye

Isle of Eden unveils a new retail space with a focus on style and sustainability.

Thinking outside the bach, Edwards White Architects design an off-grid family escape that’s a big step up from camping.

Enough Said

Kōrero Mai

Qiane Matata-Sipu is a Māori storyteller who has told the stories of 100 indigenous women in podcast, photography and now a book, which has been long-listed for the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.

Urban Oasis

Clive Chapman puts down roots on a leafy site in Ponsonby, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Bearing fruit

Sour plums add an autumnal feel to a Georgian-inspired dish.

From my Window: Two Views

Two views from Taranaki, but they're not what you'd expect.

Designed as a weekend retreat and future retirement haven, architect Tim Nees delivers a home that’s in harmony with the land.

Country Twang

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