Interior magazine picks some of the projects soon to be judged in the upcoming Inside Festival.
Inspired by nature and her incessant travels, textile designer and founder of Nodi Rugs Olivia Smith speaks about her craft.
As Federico Monsalve finds out, Wellington’s new Sofitel accomplishes domesticity through variety and texture.
Lifting the veil on the APL brand was a key objective in this technology-led fit-out of an award-winning factory in Hamilton.
Trustpower moves with the times, embracing Activity Based Working in the design of its new premises.
Are co-working spaces coming of age? Camille Khouri gauges the popularity and feasibility of these peculiar working zones.
Martin Leitch explores how buildings and the people who run them are being transformed by the digital revolution.
Melissa Firth discusses Mahuki – the world’s first culture sector acceleration programme, based at Wellington’s Te Papa.
Rufus Knight checks out Objectspace’s three-day National Craft, Applied Art and Design Symposium, which took place in August.
Fabrizio Calenti discusses his company’s quest to turn post-consumer waste products into nylon yarn for the carpet industry.
Nick Sayes and Luke Jackson are two young architects who have recently joined forces to form Sayes Jackson.