An 1870s cottage and a gentle modern extension by Anna-Marie Chin co-exist happily in a garden outside Arrowtown.
With cool moves and restful tones, a dated Auckland townhouse becomes a soothing beachside haven.
A rare Christchurch house by the late Sir Ian Athfield proves a wonderful backdrop for a collection of classic mid-century pieces.
With open spaces and striking colour, a young architect couple rehabilitate a cookie-cutter apartment that came with great bones.
Malcolm Walker reworks the house of Philip Clarke and Jane Wild around a beautifully eccentric collection of furniture and art.
With complex geometry and optical illusions, Pac Studio adds a warm space to an Auckland villa that instantly feels like home.
Andrew Meiring rehabilitates a 1980s post-modern classic by Mal Bartleet with a simple glassy addition and a sensitive eye.
Between 1973 and 1985, Ron Sang built a glamorous house for art. Forty years on, it has a whole new lease of life.
With clear moves and fine details, Salmond Reed Architects stitch together multiple eras in a ‘bungled’ Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland villa.
Fifteen years after stumbling across it, Kate and Matt Arnold restore a forgotten modernist gem in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
Ben Daly reworks his mother’s 1980s kitchen with bold colour, a streamlined layout – and a little time.
With natural textures and a deft touch, Seear-Budd Ross reworks a villa in Brooklyn, Te Whanganui-a-Tara.
Ann Shelton and Duncan Munro meticulously restore the original modernist colour scheme in their 1950s home.
A renovation by Kerr Ritchie Architects opens a tired 70s house up to light and views.
Cheshire Architects design an organic new wing for the historic Northern Club in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.