An imaginative state-house expansion by architect Matt Robinson unfolds over decades in Westmere, Tāmaki Makaurau.
With two minimalist tiled boxes, Kerr Ritchie transforms a rustic earth-brick barn in the Tāhuna Queenstown landscape.
Over 20 years and multiple small projects, Pete Bossley and Miriam van Wezel have turned a prosaic bungalow into something very special.
A rare Christchurch house by the late Sir Ian Athfield proves a wonderful backdrop for a collection of classic mid-century pieces.
Gerald Parsonson designs an expansive family home at Lake Hawea for art-addicted collectors
Malcolm Walker reworks the house of Philip Clarke and Jane Wild around a beautifully eccentric collection of furniture and art.
Paul Clarke builds a house for his family that draws on the memory of their former home.
With a distinctly personal touch, chef Al Brown makes an apartment in a tower by Cheshire Architects his own.
Between 1973 and 1985, Ron Sang built a glamorous house for art. Forty years on, it has a whole new lease of life.
How Webb’s head of marketing and collectors’ cars Caolán McAleer decides what makes it into his personal collection.
In the foothills of Tauranga’s Welcome Bay, Cate Creemers designs a home around views and an extensive art collection.
Ross Morrison bids farewell to a covetable collection with a series of auctions at Webb’s.
Patterson Associates brings an unwaveringly philanthropic couple’s vision to life at Ōtautahi’s newest museum.
Puka ware: handmade baskets from the Solomon Islands hold many lessons.