Poetry in Motion

Above and beyond in houses that lead you to a new way of living

Life follows the sun in this open yet introspective Maungawhau home by Natasha Markham and Alex McLeod.

Guiding Light

Editor's Letter: Poetry in Motion

Our editor contemplates life in a house not designed for modern living.

Pure & Simple

After forging a successful career with her eponymous ceramics label, Holly Houston is channelling her creative energy into new jewellery brand Prairie.

One For All

CTRL Space design studio combines considered colour technique with playful detail in Ōtautahi’s newest downtown hotel.

New & Notable Winter 2024

New openings and Matariki in Tāmaki Makaurau, plus a new home for Underlena in Pōneke.

Here Awards 2024: Final Call

Entries are nearly due for the Here Awards 2024!

Spacecraft Architects balance openness with moments of retreat in a terraced home on a cliffside in Brooklyn, Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Bench Marks

Field Guide

Mushrooms provide artful inspiration.

Open Home Whanganui

Join Here and Dulux as we tour two very special homes.

Collective Mindset

A pioneering arts programme gathers force in an unexpected corner of Tāmaki Makaurau.

Case Study

Città expands on a classic range to conceive the customisable Craft Modular.

The Long View

A family encampment by Bossley Architects becomes one with the scenery above Huruhi Bay on Waiheke Island.

Favourite Things: Megan Wyper

Bit cute; bit gross: one couple celebrate their anniversary with matching signet rings.

Southern Comfort

Tāhuna Queenstown’s Dravitzki Brown gives a well-worn Central Otago holiday home a complete overhaul.

Organised Chaos

Jack Hadley dances with notions of tribute and trickery in his new show at Objectspace.

One of a Kind

Traditional woodworking and contemporary style intersect in the bespoke work of Tāmaki Makaurau furniture studio Philbe Design.

Keshaw McArthur designs an artful Arch Hill cottage extension around a distant maunga.

Reach out

An Unbroken Line

Urban sprawl threatens centuries-old plant species growing against the odds in one of Tāmaki Makaurau’s ancient lava fields.

Touch Point

Bremworth invites you to make yourself at home in its immersive new showroom.

Personal Best

Tim Nees designs an intimately personal home and studio overlooking the surf of Ōtautahi’s Te Onepoto Taylor’s Mistake.

Green Light

At My Table: Woolsheds and Red Wine

The long journey from wool-sorting shed to children’s breakfast.

Architecture studio Common renovates a beautifully preserved mid-century O-tautahi home, channelling the design philosophies of its original owner and architect.

As Lucking Would Have It


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