Kōrero Mai

Qiane Matata-Sipu is a Māori storyteller who has told the stories of 100 indigenous women in podcast, photography and now a book, which has been long-listed for the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.

Road People

Photographer Paul Gilbert’s intimate record of Aotearoa’s house-truck movement is presented in a new book.

Site Unseen

Uncovering an intriguing house by two modernist architects above Moncks Bay in Ōtautahi.

Where the River Runs

A journey following the Waikato River spawns new realisations and a shift from compromised thinking.

I Never Met a Straight Line I Didn’t Like

Mary Gaudin and Matt Arnold have released a new book on Christchurch modernism – a celebration of a distinctive regional style with enduring appeal.

Walk this Way

Christchurch’s architecture has changed radically in a decade – a new book offers a handy guide to a whole new city.

Someplace Else

Travel ephemera finds its place and time.