Camille Khouri looks at several memorable, recent legal or law-related workplaces from across New Zealand.
An Australian designer with an affinity for loud, expressive commercial interiors talks to Leanne Amodeo about his work.
Camille Khouri discovers a multi-disciplinary studio that designed its own home and handcrafted a large portion of its interior.
The Smoko Room and Sawmill Brewery sit on a rural setting and take pride in their farming and agricultural surrounds.
The contemporary reinvention of Russell McVeagh, one of New Zealand’s oldest legal firms, has broken age-old legal hierarchies.
Photographer Andy Spain has been touring New Zealand capturing the largely unseen interiors of quirky, historical spaces.
Federico Monsalve speaks to designers from Architectus about some of the basic interior requirements of legal spaces.
Camille Khouri reports from this year’s CoreNet Symposium, which focused on the future of work and technology.
We talked to three young architecture professionals who have recently returned from career-building overseas excursions.
Buster Caldwell’s work tows the line between space, brand and fun idea generation as creative director of The Wonder Group.