Our editor finds hope in a very wet start to 2023.
Subverting traditional domestic crafts, Kathryn Tsui weaves political commentary into her artworks.
Tāmaki Makaurau favourite Madame George expands its offering with help from Cheshire Architects.
Claudia Kogachi brings her exciting blend of playful and personal paintings and textiles to Aotearoa Art Fair.
We return to Te Whanganui-a-Tara to visit two urbane projects.
Handmade objects bring a sense of humility to our latest styled shoot.
Crosson Architects conceive a faceted extension for friends on Waiheke Island to capitalise on 360-degree views.
This year, the team at Here is collaborating with our friends at Artis to design an affordable house.
Artist Kathy Barry conducts new energy into the world through her graphically dazzling works of watercolour.
A new maths book combines illustration, jokes and real-world examples.
John Perry’s vast collection of objects and art is set for auction.
A limited-edition book by Tim J. Veling forms an intimate portrait of a father and son letting go.
A show at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki explores changing ideas of the meaning of home, and how we relate to it.
The many sides – and applications – of a Martino Gamper design.
In a cluster of gum trees just outside Tarras, Gary Todd creates a modern, easy home for retirement.
Savour summer with this simple yet punchy Catalan cod salad.
Director Toa Fraser puts his Mount Roskill backyard in perspective.