SANNZ chats with Vic Uni Master of Architecture student Ged Finch about ‘architecting’ in a circular materials economy.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward chats with Danish urban designer Henriette Vamberg about liveable cities and how to encourage these.
Luke Scott, designer at Alt Group and founder of Stemme design publication, shares some of his sources of inspiration.
Justine Harvey profiles the 2017 Gold Medal winner, Andrew Patterson.
With serious architectural pedigree, Eva Nash and Kate Rogan have built their practice designing exceptional homes.
90-year-old Jim Foote is a well-loved and long-serving member of staff at Jasmax. Justine Harvey spoke to Foote about his life.
Interior talks to United States hospitality design firm AvroKO, who are currently crafting two projects in Auckland.
We chat to Te Ari Prendergast, a graduate at TOA Architects, for the sixth Resene On The Rise interview series.
Landscape designer Zoë Carafice of Xanthe White Design talks naturalistic planting, diverse gardens and the concept of time.
Camille Khouri spoke with Wellington artist Jack Trolove about his art, studio and his Auckland exhibition.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward chats to Sally Ogle and Ben Mitchell-Anyon, directors of Wellington studio Patchwork Architecture.
Known for their dry senses of humour, this Auckland-based studio designs carefully detailed houses that often make the complex appear simple.
Weaver Chris Duncan and his partner Joe Yen talk about their craft and running a creative endeavour in the middle of a city.
Buster Caldwell’s work tows the line between space, brand and fun idea generation as creative director of The Wonder Group.
Deborah Marton, executive director of New York Restoration Project, speaks about the importance of green urban spaces.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward caught up with Andrew Eagles, head of the NZGBC, to take the green pulse of the industry.
We talked to three young architecture professionals who have recently returned from career-building overseas excursions.
American architect Christopher Orsega chats about glass architecture and designing for large start-up firms in Silicon Valley.
Up-and-coming Wellington practice First Light Studio is interested in creating small, sustainable homes for all Kiwis.
For our fifth On The Rise interview we talk to Beth Cameron, co-director at Makers of Architecture and Makers Fabrication.
Iran to Auckland via Ireland: Claire McCall talks to Ilona Haghshenas, senior architect at Warren and Mahoney.
An Australian designer with an affinity for loud, expressive commercial interiors talks to Leanne Amodeo about his work.
The team behind Te Takitaki, the 2017 Brick Bay Folly competition winner, chats about creating the sophisticated installation.
Sharon Stephenson talked to Wellington illustrator Hannah Webster about her passion for capturing New Zealand forests.
Stuart Houghton, senior urban designer at Boffa Miskell, talks about liveable cities and creating a shared sense of space.
French artist Anne-Sophie Adelys produces colourful figurative paintings that reconstruct life’s forgotten moments and people.
The Emerging Design Professional Award at the Interior Awards has gone to a designer that creates intelligent, complex work.
A project that proposes design solutions for mental health has won the Student category award at the 2017 Interior Awards.
Natalie Bradburn spoke with Ian McDougall of Australian studio ARM Architecture about practice and “fetishisation of detail”.
Ed Dromgool, a graduate at Warren and Mahoney’s Auckland studio, is the focus of our fourth On The Rise interview.
Guy Marriage spoke to Igor Peraza, director at Barcelona-based Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, at the 2017 in:situ conference.
Natalie Bradburn reviews LA-based Barbara Bestor’s presentation in the third of our NZIA 2017 in:situ conference series.
London-based architect Alison Brooks is the focus of our second exclusive in:situ 2017 conference interview series.
In the first of an interview series direct from the 2017 NZIA in:situ conference, Justine Harvey speaks to Sir David Adjaye.
Clark Bardsley designs exciting, distinctive furniture that aims to reduce waste and to generate some amusement as well.
Apartment developers Josephine and John Love share some of the objects that make them feel at home.
Kiwi designer Briar Hickling talks about her experiences working with Neri&Hu and setting up her own shop in bustling Shanghai.
Ken Crosson, presenter of The New Zealand Home series, has a portfolio that challenges our typical expectations of house design.
Nat Cheshire honours the life and work of architecture and lifestyle photographer Jeremy Toth.
For the third On The Rise interview, we talk to Maria Chen, an architectural graduate at Athfield Architects in Christchurch.