Balancing comfort, support and aesthetic appeal, the Eames Sofa endures as a design classic.
A new exhibition at Objectspace charts the evolution of chair design in Aotearoa over 170 years.
How a sponge city approach could help Aotearoa absorb the devastating impacts of our changing climate.
Creating solutions that deliver in a world where the way we live and work continues to change.
With Kā Uri, Ngāti Kuri and Glamuzina Architects have carved out a cultural destination that looks to the future while honouring its roots.
Shop Dessein Parke presents an eclectic mix of international designer pieces in a new pop-up.
Just a stone’s throw from the original, the new-look Stravinskij salon is an ode to Aotearoa’s landscape.
Timeless, stackable and sustainable, this new chair from noho is built for a changing world.
Atelier Jones transforms a tired classroom at Tāmaki Makaurau’s recycling facility into an uplifting and engaging environment.
Tāmaki Makaurau favourite Madame George expands its offering with help from Cheshire Architects.
The heads of design at Città reflect on the finalists and what excites them right now.
Patchwork Architecture turns a stretch of car parks in downtown Whanganui into a bustling community hangout.
A custom wool carpet brings richness and refinement to an Ivan Mercep gem in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Sammy-Rose Scapens has a soft spot for the Lampe de Marseille by Le Corbusier.
A vibrant new preschool by Parsonson Architects brings life to a Palmerston North retail zone.
A new department store opens in a quiet backstreet in Parnell, Tāmaki Makaurau.
Dulux announces the winners of its Colour Awards 2021. In short: this is a time to be bold and brave.
A new brand of oat milk grown and processed here in Aotearoa sets out to be as boring as possible.
The people behind Ōtautahi favourite Lux work with Johnstone Callaghan Architects to create more good vibes.
After nearly losing everything, designer Bec Snelling has returned with a new brand – and a new way of doing things.
A collaboration between Danish architects and Japanese furniture makers is now available in Aotearoa.
Jasmax draws on natural forms to design a new community on a spectacular site in Takapuna, Auckland.
Mark Goody and Emily Siddell of Ace Firers have released a new range of limited-edition, wheel-thrown ceramics for Everyday Needs.
How to design an ergonomic chair that doesn’t look like one, by Kent Parker and Paul Wilkinson of Formway.
A new book rediscovers a forgotten — and endangered — modernist classic by Len Hoogerbrug in suburban Hastings.
In the days after lockdown, Cazador’s Rebecca Smidt and Dariush Lolaiy opened a delicatessen from a space that used to be their private dining room.
Cheshire Architects design an organic new wing for the historic Northern Club in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Yu Mei’s new store in Tāmaki Makaurau blurs the boundary between domestic and retail.