News | Partner news: Cult Design has just launched NAU, a new Australian design brand offering furniture, lighting and accessories.
People | Clark Bardsley designs exciting, distinctive furniture that aims to reduce waste and to generate some amusement as well.
Review | New Zealand and Australian designers were well represented across the world’s most important design fair.
Review | Our highlights from the 2016 edition of Denfair design show in Melbourne.
News | Twenty Series 7 chairs have been reinterpreted by 20 Australian and New Zealand designers.
People | Interior speaks with four up-and-coming furniture designers from across New Zealand about their influences.
News | Adam Goodrum, with his installation of miniature foldable, flatpack, perspex houses, wins 2015 Rigg Design Prize.
People | Dunedin-born designer Riley Sanders talks with Houses about combining technology and craftsmanship in his designs.
Review | Penny Craswell scopes out Ventura Lambrate, one of Milan Design Week’s experimental satellite sites.
People | With their CNC plasma cutter, a Melbourne design duo is carving plywood into all manner of multipurpose objects.
Review | Stockholm Design Week has just finished for another year. Here are some highly designed highlights.
People | Mount Maunganui furniture designer Dan Gillingham talks about sustainability – and his super-stylish new coat stand.
People | Urbis catches up with Timothy John who debuted his Woven collection at Design55 at Urbis Designday 2012.
Review | Changing technologies are driving a shift towards an experimental process-driven design.
People | The Queenstown-based furniture designer talks to Houses magazine about his international design history.
People | Interior talks to the multi-talented designer about Resident, a lighting and furniture export venture.
People | Furniture designer Bob McDonald has created collections of stylish simplicity that embrace the archetypal kiwi way of living.
People | Inside the furniture designer’s Onehunga workshop, and some questions about art, colour, Milan and prototyping.
Review | Artichoke editor Penny Craswell considers Australia’s burgeoning furniture design scene.