The Nelson-born architect formed part of British firm AHMM, which was responsible for the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize winner.
The renaming of Telecom has provided the company the ideal opportunity to rethink its brand image and its retail spaces.
This office fit-out unifies the three discrete business units of New Zealand Post Group and responds to a new way of working.
The national airline’s lounge at Auckland Intl Airport is light and bright, featuring walls of glass overlooking the runway.
Unexpected materials and pops of colour make this a highly vibrant shared space in Christchurch.
A children’s space has been built according to the needs and perspectives of the children and their minders.
The 2015 World Interior of the Year is an example not just of aesthetic prowess, but of community building through design.
In Dunedin’s long-forgotten heritage precinct, some locals are rejuvenating the city – from the inside out.
Interior talks to Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, Head of the School of Architecture at Victoria University of Wellington.
Tim Hooson, formerly in interiors at Jasmax, explains NotYetKnown, the recently formed strategic and creative consultancy.
Kathleen Kinney and Camille Khouri step into the not-too-distant future of hi-tech building and workplace management.
Retail futurist Howard Saunders says that retail businesses need to understand what customers are really looking for.
Lynne Elvins examines the issue of plastics recycling at both ends of the process, and explores design-centric solutions.