Art deco-influenced new architecture near the top of New Zealand’s tallest building.
A temporary restaurant, based in a historical pier building, right at the heart of the America’s Cup zone in San Fransisco.
Cheshire Architects takes the opportunity to express its feminine side with the design of this hybrid salon.
A little slice of classic Americana, albeit with a local twist, comes to Kingsland, in Auckland.
As Hip Group takes Auckland’s culinary scene by storm, Interior ventures into one of its latest premises.
Due for completion in mid-2013, The Crossing will feature five buildings around a podium base linked by an open-air plaza.
Bonnifait + Giesen has found a novel way to bring light to the nether regions of this art deco-era theatre.
Utilising bespoke building methods, a wellness centre near Queenstown is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Two young designers box clever within the narrow confines of milk and cookies.
Taking ‘mixed use’ to new extremes, this bar and restaurant is also a fully functioning custom motorcycle workshop.
An inventive reworking of an old New Zealand PostShop by Chris Stevens has breathed life into a formerly moribund corner.
This restaurant’s visual aesthetic, devised by architects Noel Lane and Tom Rowe, is based on dichotomy.
This rebuild project in Christchurch will overlook Latimer Square, which has become a focus for post-quake activity.
A cross-Tasman collaboration results in a sympathetic addition to one of Wellington’s much-loved cinema buildings.
Space Studio’s Vee Kessner talks to Interior magazine about the design of a new five-star hotel in Papua New Guinea.
Tommy Honey takes a history lesson down at Auckland’s converted cinema complex.
A timeless aesthetic expressed with quality materials and signature flourishes by Andre Lister Architect.
Theatrical sophistication at Christchurch Casino’s recently reincarnated Grand Café by Warren & Mahoney.
This themed bar manages to dispense with obvious clichés, focusing instead on brilliant colour and abstracted motifs.
Novotel hotel, designed by Warren & Mahoney, is a four-star hotel with five-star public areas.
A tall, slim and simple hotel designed by Warren and Mahoney is a new addition to Auckland Airport.
Auckland hospitality ventures talks us through the monochromatic interior of Tyler St Garage.