One of a Kind

Traditional woodworking and contemporary style intersect in the bespoke work of Tāmaki Makaurau furniture studio Philbe Design.

Case Study

Città expands on a classic range to conceive the customisable Craft Modular.

Field Guide

Mushrooms provide artful inspiration.

Bound for Glory

An ancient technique entwines with modern comfort in a new suite of furniture from BoConcept.

Pared Back

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

Beautiful things for autumn at Waimataruru, the home of Kristina Pickford

Step Right Up

Whether it’s used as a stool, stairs or storage, this versatile piece is a real crowd-pleaser.

Board Walk

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

That's Settled Then

Balancing comfort, support and aesthetic appeal, the Eames Sofa endures as a design classic.

See Change

This chef-grade chopping board is designed to support our ocean.

Art House

Artful arrangements at Tāmaki Makaurau’s McCahon House.

Nature's Best

This playful prototype creates unique soundscapes inspired by the forest.


Kristina Pickford sets the scene.


The delicate distortions of these ceramic and glass pieces leave a lingering impression.

Shelf Life

Bruno Rainaldi’s iconic bookshelf still stacks up two decades on.

Life's a Picnic

Whistle while you work with this selection of vintage and handmade pieces.

Kiln it Softly

Lucy McMillan’s bespoke tiles developed organically and are now made to order.

Pipe Dreams

Tactile yet ethereal objects strike a balance between beauty and function.

Multi Faceted

The many sides – and applications – of a Martino Gamper design.

Well in Hand

Handmade objects bring a sense of humility to our latest styled shoot.

Flight of Fancy

Jo and Nikolai Sorensen are bringing back good old-fashioned fun with Lofty kites.

Goon Bag

Dicey releases Central Otago pinot noir – in a box.

Wood Working

Handmade wooden objects elevate everyday rituals from mundane to memorable.

Hold On

This sustainably focussed Norwegian design studio has a 100-year plan.

Lean on Me

We’ve found a friend in this cheerfully functional stool by Yokozeki Ryota.

Sit Splash Snip Sniff

Not-so-familiar items

All Sorts

Paintings, pottery and other perfect pieces that will give you pause for thought.

Into the Fold

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


These sculptural light sources refuse to be overshadowed.

Just Call Me Sentimental

Here photographers document favourite summer things.

Fine Lines

New arrivals from ClassiCon at Matisse.

Plant Material

A new range of planters elevates the mundane supermarket herb pot.

Sol Searching

Satisfy your curiosity this summer with a selection of thoughtfully crafted objects that ask to be held and admired.

Cut a Rug

Making beautiful things from carpet-industry cast-offs.

It's in the Bag

We release a new range of totes for the summer season.

Blah Blah Blah

A new brand of oat milk grown and processed here in Aotearoa sets out to be as boring as possible.

When Life Gives You Lemons

Here photographers document favourite things in lockdown.

On the Table

ECC debuts a stunning selection from Belgian homewares brand Serax.

Hair Care

The story behind a new range of solid-state shampoo and conditioner bars has its origins in fiction.

Strange Arrangement

Power to the People

New releases from Powersurge.

A Favourite Thing: Lisa Webb

Laksa bowl by Emily Siddell and Mark Goody of Ace Firers.

Capsule Collection

David Moreland’s furniture is now available at Città.

Up in the Air

Warm tones by Jiho Yun

Totes Amazing

Introducing the perfect tote bag, specially designed by us, for you.

Raw Luxury

New designs from Tim Webber mark a subtle change in direction.

Heart of Glass

Natalie Parke casts new light.

Aced It

Mark Goody and Emily Siddell of Ace Firers have released a new range of limited-edition, wheel-thrown ceramics for Everyday Needs.

Light Work

Artemide releases a poppy update on its iconic Tolomeo table lamp.

Vessels Whimsy Art

Jiho Yun finds objects of desire.

Bend, Scoop

Don't Just Sit There, Do Something

How to design an ergonomic chair that doesn’t look like one, by Kent Parker and Paul Wilkinson of Formway.

A Favourite Thing: Henri Sayes

The PH 5 pendant by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen

Depth Warmth Winter

A startling collection of winter things as the country emerges from lockdown.

Socks and Pencils

Stylist and maker Jiho Yun takes her story online.

Hide and Seek

New discoveries in a domestic scene

Lateral Approach

Powersurge applies an elegant and intelligent angle to task lighting.

Craft Work

Kaukau, in Pōneke Wellington, blurs the lines between art and retail.

The Simple Life

Dee Johnston and her new range of sustainable baby sleepwear, Plain & Simple.

Take a Seat

A classic cardboard stool by Riki Watanabe is finally available in New Zealand.

Source Material

We return beautiful things to the material from which they were made.

Clean Living

A new range of bathroom accessories brings relief to those with chrome fatigue.