Shelter in Place

Five houses built around enclosure and warmth for the cooler months ahead

Tucked away in a leafy suburb of Tāmaki Makaurau, this sublime courtyard home by Guy Tarrant is a sanctuary of space and light.

Match Point

Editor's Letter: Burning Man

As the weather cools, our editor contemplates the joy of simple rituals.

Hot Box

A delightful little sauna with just enough room for two.

Heart and Hearth

A new Helensville eatery serves natural wines and a menu based around the fire.

Enter the Here Awards 2023

Three’s a charm! We’re excited to call for entries in the Here Awards 2023, brought to you in association with Città, Resene and Blum, along with vehicle partner Hyundai.

Andrew Meiring designs a barely there bach on Aotea Great Barrier Island with the vagaries of wind and weather in mind.

Open & Shut

Chair Man

David Laird’s handmade furniture is carbon negative – and designed to last generations.

Pass it On

Ross Morrison bids farewell to a covetable collection with a series of auctions at Webb’s.

Re Imagined

Atelier Jones transforms a tired classroom at Tāmaki Makaurau’s recycling facility into an uplifting and engaging environment.

Go Lightly

Timeless, stackable and sustainable, this new chair from noho is built for a changing world.

Pipe Dreams

Tactile yet ethereal objects strike a balance between beauty and function.

Party Out Back

Megan Edwards turns up the volume with a Tāmaki Makaurau villa extension designed around socialising and solitude.

A Night Inn

After scouring Aotearoa for a heritage home to renovate and rent, Tim Groenendaal and his partner found themselves drawn to a rugged roadside cottage in Reefton.

Have a Seat

New designs by Bensen are in fine company at Tim Webber.

Got it Made

A new trio of customisable prefab cabins by Homewerk are charming in their simplicity.

Social Fabric

An iconic piece of furniture dresses up for its 50th anniversary.

Natural Beauty

Just a stone’s throw from the original, the new-look Stravinskij salon is an ode to Aotearoa’s landscape.

An elegant bolthole by Lovell & O’Connell Architects spreads its wings on the rocky slopes of Little Mount Iron.

Bird's Eye View

The Ugliest Building in Town

After a painstaking rebuild, Young Architects have ensured the legacy of Sir Miles Warren’s Dorset Street Flats lives on.

Display Case

In the foothills of Tauranga’s Welcome Bay, Cate Creemers designs a home around views and an extensive art collection.

Spice Levels

Al Brown serves up a warming open sando with stacks of flavour.

From My Window: Factory Reset

Rachel Easting enjoys the best of both worlds in the capital.

With a few careful additions, Johnstone Callaghan Architects transform a disused cowshed into a roughly luxurious getaway.

Dairy Free

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