Slopes & Dreams

A new book and exhibition celebrate architect Rewi Thompson.

Higher Education

With guidance from locals, architect Rick Pearson turns two classrooms into a vibrant visitor centre in the foothills of Mount Everest.

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.

Set in Stone

Patterson Associates brings an unwaveringly philanthropic couple’s vision to life at Ōtautahi’s newest museum.

We out Here

Finding your feet in a 1950s lodge at the head of Lake Wanaka.

Light Industry

Makes of fashion.

Paradise Found

An online gallery of limited-edition prints takes a circular approach.

Why Books Matter

An author and poet make a bold move in Wellington.

Observations of a Rural Nurse

A compelling new book by Sara McIntyre captures a previously unseen side to the King Country.

Shut the Front Door

Photographer Mark Smith documented a country in lockdown — including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern — from a safe distance.

Untold Stories

The 10th Resene Architecture & Design Film Festival celebrates inconvenient narratives.

Someplace Else

Travel ephemera finds its place and time.

Tree Hut

Building a hut at Coromandel's Driving Creek with found materials.

Up in the Air

Flight Trainer for Albatross by Greer Twiss returns to the Waitematā Harbour.