Happy Days!

Cheer up – savvy homes to lift you out of that winter funk

Life threw architect Henri Sayes a curveball and he responded in kind with this brick beauty in Onehunga, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Block Party

Editor's Letter: Happy Days

Our editor hopes for a better mood.

Night and Day

A refreshed space off Karangahape Rd goes from weekday cafe to weekend wine bar.

Read All About It

The new library at Bull O’Sullivan’s Ōtautahi office embraces experimentation.

Architecture for Sale: 176 Gowing Drive

A 1970s family home has all the hallmarks of a Marshall Cook.

Patchwork Architecture construct a robust yet sensitively detailed family home in a disused front yard.

Ripple Effect

Architecture for Sale: 7 Franklin Road

An award-winning villa update by Jack McKinney is full of surprises.

In the Running 2022

Our second-ever shortlist shows a growing interest in new ways of living in Aotearoa.

All Sorts

Paintings, pottery and other perfect pieces that will give you pause for thought.

Volcanic Activity

A Tāmaki Makaurau garden inspired by lava fields.

Depth of Field

Architect Gerald Parsonson plants an urbane family home in a field near Te Hemo-a-Te Atonga Havelock North.

Show Time

Some of Aotearoa’s finest design brands make a splash on the San Francisco waterfront.

Morning People

Former council chambers become a hub of creativity in a re-emerging suburb of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

Level Up

Fisher & Paykel’s new experience centre adds fresh dimension to the way we design and shop for our homes – and we’re here for it.

Deep Seated

On its 50th anniversary, this firm (yet plush) favourite is more relevant than ever.

Grass is Greener

Mary Daish provides an unexpected solution to a Wellington family of five’s space woes.

Oli Booth turns the tables on convention to create a striking little family home in Grey Lynn, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Your Move

Art of Forbearance

Artist Brett Graham has gained a loyal following with his monumental musings on the past.

Higher Ground

Young Architects battled tough terrain when designing this robust Ōtautahi family home.

Good Stuff

This adaptation of traditional chicken relleno has its roots in Filipino cuisine.

From My Window: With New Eyes

Lisa Lockhart has a new baby and a new view.

Forgotten for five decades, the Lee House proves to be one of Aotearoa architecture’s best-kept secrets.

Out of Sight

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