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The story started with a jetboat crash and an enamel teapot, and it has forged a partnership deeply connected to Wānaka’s natural environment.
These bedroom companions may actually help boost your sleep.
A place of retreat created in a Lyttelton backyard.
Inspired by Polish salt mines, an award-winning Wānaka bathroom was created to have a “cave-like” feeling.
What’s a ‘small’ garden? Usually urban, it could be many things – a strip between front fence and veranda, a pocket-sized backyard, a courtyard or patio, or even a balcony.
Ever heard of paper towel that can be used up to 75 times?
You won’t find a coffee machine at Sue Gidden’s café and restaurant tucked away in the countryside.
Meet the Christchurch cafe recreated in just four days.
From the house that possums once inhabited through to rusted old saws, Jane Downes transforms the unlovable into the loved.
Recessed into a high country station is a house made predominantly of glass, where you can tuck yourself away for views of the Mackenzie Country and its brilliant night sky.
Just outside of Queenstown is a 27km loop track dug entirely by hand. Tom O’Brien’s journey on the end of a pick mattock has led to an authentic high country experience. Words Shelley Robinson The […]
From sunrise to sunset, visitors to the Fiordland Eco Retreat enjoy views of dramatic mountain ranges and Lake Te Anau, all from the serenity of a house nestled in the hills
Homes with incredible views and a winery tasting room are among the shortlisted finalists for the 2020 Southern Architecture Awards.
Christchurch Uncomfortable Silence New and recent works by early career artists will be showcased in an exhibition provoking feelings of doubt and unease. Curated by artist and writer Holly Best, Uncomfortable Silence features works by […]
The home office can be a scourge of paperwork and mess. Interior designer Katy Husband describes how to turn it into a place of creativity and inspiration.
Style goes on a hunt to find the unique, the off-the-grid and the more traditional baches around the country.
When creating your dream outdoor area, there are at least five elements that should not be overlooked.
Some of the biggest names in fashion, dabble, very well, in the world of home design.
One of the world’s greatest stars as a singer, comedian and actress, Cher might have had an even more successful career as a real estate developer.
Brianne West discusses what we can do to ensure our beauty regime doesn’t make the world ugly.
It's hard to pronounce (hue-geh) and even harder to describe, but the Danish concept of hygge is worth getting cosy with as we approach the cooler months.
It’s not just Marie Kondo and her KonMari tidying techniques trending, Swedish Death Cleaning is also a thing.
Style visits the Prossers’ Christchurch home to learn what it’s like living in interiors exemplifying the epitome of global design.
The hottest month is upon us and our backyards are feeling the heat.
When Debi Pratt returned to Christchurch to set up a real estate business, she never expected such a warm welcome. It seems we Cantabs like the Tall Poppy treatment.
The Christchurch Town Hall is once again the place that commands attention, not just for the performances that resound within, but the commanding architecture throughout.
Architect Richard Dalman gives us his definition of luxury in today’s hotels.
The construction and operation of buildings is a major contributor to the demise of our natural environment.
When you go out into your garden, are you truly present? Are you really experiencing each moment?
The holiday season is a time when people return home to visit friends and family - but what creates this feeling of 'home' in our cities?
A well-planned exterior setting can greatly extend your home. Make it an inviting, stylish area and you gain an outdoor living room.
Opening officially on October 12, Turanga has already struck a chord with architect Richard Dalman.
Architect Richard Dalman discusses what should influence a floor plan and why getting the layout right is so important.
Able to leap the New Zealand Building Code in a single bound. It’s Superhome – and it has the power to raise home standards nationwide.
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