Houses NZ, March 2017
March 2017 (Issue 43)
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Designer profile: Clark Bardsley
Clark Bardsley designs exciting, distinctive furniture that aims to reduce waste and to generate some amusement as well.
The Kiwi kitchen
We asked a few Kiwi architects and designers for some sage advice around the one of the most complex rooms in the house.
Bathroom focus: international trends
Colin Martin investigates the latest international bathroom trends, that range from industrial chic to efficient modernism.
Architects in Profile: Crosson Architects
Ken Crosson, presenter of
The New Zealand Home
series, has a portfolio that challenges our typical expectations of house design.
Rural living: Sliding House
This hilltop family home is nestled between the Port Hills, Lake Ellesmere and the Canterbury Plains.
A permeable threshold: Lakeview House
This unapologetically bold house in Wanaka cantilevers over the outdoor living spaces without compromising the stunning scenery.
Autumn architecture reading
Camille Khouri reviews three recent architecture books, including
In Search of Bawa
Simon Devitt’s Rannoch
The 2017 kitchen
In this age of blurred boundaries, kitchens can be more than functional food-prep spaces. We explore the latest kitchen trends.
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