A raw, stripped-back aesthetic, with an understated palette and quirky geometric paint features.
A 1980s-era mock-Tudor motel transformation from the inside out.
Interior magazine looks into the changes underway in the supermarket industry.
What happens when you recreate a public interior entirely out of wood and exhibit it in a gallery context?
Behomm is the Barcelona-based website that focuses on connecting designers, artists and similar aesthetes from across the globe
Camille Khouri explores an Auckland workspace with lots of colour, vibrancy and design quirks.
Located in the gritty district of Auckland’s K Road, the Goodfolk office easily mixes a corporate and bohemian aesthetic.
Interior talks to Matt Nash who is being called upon increasingly often to craft uniforms for some of the freshest spots in the country.
Photographer Simon Devitt reminisces about an image of a sitting room in Sir Ian Athfield’s home.
The century-old theatre in Christchurch has been restored to its old glory.
A 1970s’ photograph and a very personal approach to hospitality design has led to this eclectic inner-city oasis.
A revitalised art deco building offers plenty of natural light, vibrancy and workplace innovation.
A project by Athfield Architects pushes spatial and civic boundaries.
Capitalising on the interior space’s engineering functions and materials were key drivers in this workplace’s refit.
Frank Gehry’s first Australian building is known for its daring façade, but the spaces within are its unseen beating heart.
Interior sat down with Aaron Paterson and Patrick Loo to discuss the NZIA’s 2015 Conference.