Houses NZ, June 2017
June 2017 (Issue 44)
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Picturing Los Angeles
A retrospective exhibition on British artist David Hockney’s work, celebrating his 80th birthday, is currently showing in Paris.
Design people: Anne-Sophie Adelys
French artist Anne-Sophie Adelys produces colourful figurative paintings that reconstruct life’s forgotten moments and people.
Salone del Mobile 2017
A selection of
’ favourite pieces and installations at this year’s Salone del Mobile furniture design fair in Milan.
We look at some New Zealand companies that are creating innovative and exciting products and why being local is so important.
Architects in Profile: McKinney+Windeatt
Known for their dry senses of humour, this Auckland-based studio designs carefully detailed houses that often make the complex appear simple.
Contoured journey: Moetapu Bay House
In Pelorus Sounds, one of New Zealand’s most beautiful locations, sits a stunning home that meanders down the hillside.
Ocean outlook: One Storey House
This horseshoe-shaped house maximises the ocean views on a steep suburban plot in Nelson.
Under the walnut tree: Wairarapa Haybarn
This home takes on a local rural vernacular, creating an impact in the small wine-making community of Martinborough.
Blurred lines: Pauanui Beach House
This subtly designed family beach house peeks out from behind a large pōhutukawa tree on a busy, beachfront site.
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