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Re Location

A site switch and a compelling sense of restraint underpin the success of this energy-efficient Tāwharanui Peninsula home by Neu Architecture.

Favourite Things: Leah Morris

For Webb’s head of decorative arts Leah Morris, the allure of an object lies in its history.

Open Home Wellington

Our Open Home series returns to Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington in May.

Screen Saver

On a windswept coastal site near Ngāmotu New Plymouth, this courtyard home by Gibbons Architects strikes a fine balance between exposure and enclosure.

Board Walk

Haro makes an elegant and enduring case for engineered timber flooring.

We're Designing a House: Step 3

We’ve designed a model house with the team at Artis. It’s modest, compact and delightful – but can we afford the woodburner?

Familia Feeling

A sympathetic renovation returns this 1960s hilltop home in Ōtautahi Christchurch to its family-centric roots.

Favourite Things: Cam Millar

Cam Millar, manager of The Estate at Webb’s, shares his eclectic collection – from Aotearoa brutalism to outsider art favoured by Picasso.

Crowd Pleaser

Rogan Nash Architects create a restful bach at Rotorua’s Lake Ōkāreka that’s perfect for two – or 12.

We're Designing a House: Step 2

Armed with a to-scale plan and Artis’ building blocks, our design begins to take shape.

Favourite Things: Caolán McAleer

How Webb’s head of marketing and collectors’ cars Caolán McAleer decides what makes it into his personal collection.

In Living Colour

Eclecticism and minimalism form an unlikely alliance in this Tāmaki Makaurau villa.

Display Case

In the foothills of Tauranga’s Welcome Bay, Cate Creemers designs a home around views and an extensive art collection.

Pass it On

Ross Morrison bids farewell to a covetable collection with a series of auctions at Webb’s.

No Place Like Home

A show at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki explores changing ideas of the meaning of home, and how we relate to it.

Greener Pastures

In a cluster of gum trees just outside Tarras, Gary Todd creates a modern, easy home for retirement.

A Curious Sort

John Perry’s vast collection of objects and art is set for auction.

We're Designing a House!

This year, the team at Here is collaborating with our friends at Artis to design an affordable house.

Garden State

Henri Sayes reinterprets the traditional suburban bungalow with this intimate Onehunga home.

Design Of The Times

The heads of design at Città reflect on the finalists and what excites them right now.

Structural Integrity

A spine of cabinetry connects the various spaces in our Best House Aotearoa 2022.

Slide Effect

Mercer & Mercer Architects design a Mount Maunganui home with fun at the forefront.

Higher Ground

Young Architects battled tough terrain when designing this robust Ōtautahi family home.

Grass is Greener

Mary Daish provides an unexpected solution to a Wellington family of five’s space woes.

Show Time

Some of Aotearoa’s finest design brands make a splash on the San Francisco waterfront.

Calm Together

Architect Evelyn McNamara evokes a sense of retreat in this Glendowie family home.

Just Casually

A contemporary kitchen quickly becomes part of the furniture in a heritage cottage in Tāmaki Makaurau

Into the Fold

Città’s robust new coffee table is born from a surprisingly delicate influence.

Stand Out

New opportunities for breezy apartment living open up on the Hibiscus Coast.

Relative Ease

An established garden provides the perfect backdrop to this family-focused home in Ngāmotu.

Down to Earth

A custom wool carpet brings richness and refinement to an Ivan Mercep gem in Tāmaki Makaurau.

A Perfect Fit

Natasha Markham’s streamlined wardrobe design conceals a generous new ensuite.

On Balance

Città opens a new trade showroom in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.

Positive Developments

Jalcon Homes join forces with a celebrated architecture group to eye up intensification.

Urban Oasis

Clive Chapman puts down roots on a leafy site in Ponsonby, Tāmaki Makaurau.

Peak Flow

A Wānaka holiday home by Wilson & Hill Architects has views to the future.

Open Home Tairua

Our Open Home series continues with an award-winning show-stopper at Tairua.

All Well and Wood

When architects in the Here Awards experiment with colour, texture and new materials, timber holds it all together.

Design & Making

Città’s heads of textile and product design reflect on the Here Awards.

Simple Moves

A generous kitchen in a refined country house by Patchwork Architecture shows the power of restraint

Good as Gold

Bergendy Cooke designs a Central Otago home that takes cues from its surroundings and the historic local vernacular.

Pitch Perfect

A hard-working beach house in Taranaki by First Light Studio transitions effortlessly to full-time home.

Raw Material

With natural textures and a deft touch, Seear-Budd Ross reworks a villa in Brooklyn, Te Whanganui-a-Tara.

Fully Engaged

A family home connects to nature through a design that opens up to big, rural views.

Island Life

Jasmax draws on natural forms to design a new community on a spectacular site in Takapuna, Auckland.

Beautiful Constraints

Designing a modern extension for a house rooted in history.

Before and After

A renovation by Kerr Ritchie Architects opens a tired 70s house up to light and views.

Rural Vernacular

An elegant Waikato home is based on the most agrarian of references.

Coastal Grooves

A house by Gerrad Hall hides in plain sight near a public beach and reserve.

Valley Deep

Keshaw McArthur inserts a recessive intervention into a villa with valley views.