Interior puts the furniture designer in the frame, with questions about his design motivations and material preferences.
Tommy Honey takes a history lesson down at Auckland’s converted cinema complex.
Cheshire Architects combine the best of Mahogany Row with some elegant modernity.
Space Studio’s Vee Kessner talks to Interior magazine about the design of a new five-star hotel in Papua New Guinea.
Oiled wooden floors and glossy black glass divisions are highlights of this advertising agency.
This colourful fit-out derives its visual features from aspects of rolling stock and other railroad-related devices.
Air New Zealand’s training facility is modernised and improved to be on song with the national carrier’s front end.
Interior magazine’s roving correspondent pops into Italy to check out the new wave of film production.
American textile design specialist David Oakey chats about working with the millennials.
Don’t design for disability – innovate with it, advises Lynne Elvins.
A great tome on how to get plenty of house on to just a little bit of land.
Tim Dorrington, from Dorrington Architects & Associates, describes his fascination with glass objects.