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Humble Special

The luxury of enough: what we need is simpler than we think

Architect Hamish Cameron crafts an intuitive and sustainable forever home that’s in tune with its surroundings.

Second Nature

Editor's Letter: Humble Special

Our editor ponders what luxury means in 2022.

Hand in Hand

An online store by Jungeun Lee weaves together two worlds.

See Life

A new watchtower by Crosson Architects peers out from the dunes of North Piha.

Here Awards 2022

The deadline for entries to the Here Awards 2022 is fast approaching.

Euro Vision

This reimagined kitchen by a.k.a Architecture pays homage to life overseas.

Patchwork Architecture presents an elevated take on intensification in the capital.

Di-Namic

Open Home Wellington

Please join us at two very special houses in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington.

Illumination

These sculptural light sources refuse to be overshadowed.

Breaking Bread

Peanut butter, pickled celery, sprouts, mayo and Kaitaia Fire on sourdough. That’s the sort of mad innovation we’re loving from Tom Worthington’s eponymous Ōtautahi Christchurch sandwich shop.

Stand Out

New opportunities for breezy apartment living open up on the Hibiscus Coast.

Sign of the Times

Designer Tyrone Ohia on creating the official tohu for Matariki.

On Form

Somewhere between city home and bach, this prefabricated Waiheke Island house by Hamish Stirrat is one out of the box.

Into the Fold

Città’s robust new coffee table is born from a surprisingly delicate influence.

Architecture for Sale: John Goldwater

John Goldwater’s reworking of a 1930s bungalow goes on the market in Tāmaki Makaurau.

Just Casually

A contemporary kitchen quickly becomes part of the furniture in a heritage cottage in Tāmaki Makaurau

Garage Project

Natasha Markham deftly balances respect and renewal with this 1980s Ron Sang garage conversion.

Lett it Be

Tāmaki Makaurau’s Michael Lett gallery expands into a former church hall next door.

A trio of houses on a single site in Te Whanganui-a-Tara add up to a lot more than the sum of their parts.

Small World

Design Lives Here

Join Here editor Simon Farrell-Green in conversation with designers at Objectspace.

Calm Together

Architect Evelyn McNamara evokes a sense of retreat in this Glendowie family home.

Family Recipe

Fragrant and warming, this simple chicken curry is a Burmese favourite.

From My Window: Nature Study

Noelle McCarthy on the delights of a rural view.

A sensitive renovation by architect Mike Hartley unlocks the potential of his family home in Beach Haven, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Just Right

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