This Parisian apartment has been designed to be in harmony with the artistic and historic elements of its neighbourhood.
In this Sydney home, an artful sequence of layered spaces is contained within a building form that belies its size.
Camille Khouri steps into the new offices of a growing design firm specialising in the hotel industry.
Although not a house… the Solar Egg is literally smoking hot.
With Kinloch Lodge, Patterson Associates and Virginia Fisher have created a modern-day castle on the banks of Lake Taupō.
This beachside home in Tasmania is precise without being fussy, facilitating a relaxed lifestyle with a sense of grandeur.
The cultural heritage of the clients subtly influenced this reworking of a 19th century row house in Melbourne.
We speak to designers Muza Lab about this luscious hotel on rails that has been restored and is now conquering the Andes.
With hills behind and the sea a block away, this home was a gentle introduction to the city for a couple used to open fields.
A small 1920s apartment on a Californian beach, designed by architect Rudolph Schindler, is restored to its original.
The Mediterranean meets the Pacific on a grand scale in this luscious Australian duplex.
Rebecca Zephyr Thomas steps into Happy Boy and Kiss Kiss, two Auckland restaurants designed to be Instagrammable.
This renovation of a dark terrace house has resulted in a contemporary, light-filled home with striking timber elements.
Studio C is the glam yet gritty home of a collaboration between a menswear tailor, Blair Wheeler, and hairdresser Devo Peng.
We look inside the Lautner-designed home of Mark Haddawy, a Los Angeles-based collector, design and architecture fanatic.
An historic hotel in Auckland has its nest re-feathered in a uniquely New Zealand way.
A young family commissioned their best friend to create a 1970s’ Brazilian jungle pad in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham.
Towing the line between classic and modern, this Italian apartment explores colour and form in a completely refreshing and somewhat romantic way.
This Sydney apartment renovation by Retallack Thompson overcomes spatial challenges to add character and charm.
At Waimana on the northern edge of Te Uruwera, a modest wharemate absorbs the creation myth of Rangi and Papa in its form.
A meticulously crafted, small building that is constantly transformed both manually and by the natural light and waters that surround it.
This addition to a four-room cottage in Brisbane encourages its owners to share in the “magic” of treehouses and cubbies.
A unique design element brings this home into the 21st century while preserving and celebrating the original Victorian home.
Tara Iti’s clubhouse blends American and New Zealand ideals of comfort with a respect for the land that surrounds it.
This remodelled home in Melbourne has unexpectedly ended up smaller than it started, but with comfortable, useable areas.
This idyllic site on the water’s edge in Mahurangi East called for a home that tapped into the calm serenity of the area.
Camille Khouri checks out Sugar Lane Studio: a malleable space for multiple work environments.
The traditional rooms in this 1890s Auckland villa have been shuffled and ingeniously spread across various levels.
This private garden sanctuary is both an escape from city life and a retreat for a client who suffers from a sleep disorder.
This former worker’s cottage has been slowly transformed into an ideal and permanent home for two Wellington architects.