Translucency and bangs of colour work together to emphasise the gorgeous shapes of lighting and furniture pieces.
With their backs turned to caution, striking looks and tactile pleasures stride into winter’s spotlight.
Upcycled, sustainable designs that thrum to the beat of time’s inexorable movement.
Inspired by ikebana, the traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement, we explore the poetic, brittle nature of species such as hydrangea, misty blue limonium and more. In collaboration with Mark Antonia.
Versatile and highly varied, stone has a lengthy tradition of lending the home a sense of mineral permanence and solidity.
Be it home economics, playing catch-up, semi-retirement or loftier goals to take over the world, do it in style.
In 2014, designer Max Lamb made Marmoreal, a confection-like terrazzo that broke the internet. See our ode to the material.
Images inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and autumn’s visual spell.
Bold, sensual and entirely unmissable: red is not just for roses any more.
The strong silhouettes of these objects of desire seek balance against a backdrop partly inspired by the crispness of spring.
Interiors conceived for eternal, daydreamy summer days, optimism and radiant tans.
Bach and boat-ready objects of desire to sail into summer in absolute style.
Are they rare flowers in different stages of bloom or exotic birds in a timid game of hide and seek?
These objects of desire appear so tactile, we can almost feel a soft powder-coat at our fingertips.
With presence, solidity and timelessness, greyscale is cool concrete, yet a seriously hot commodity.
A modern interpretation of the deep, blue sea alluding to pumice, marble and paua shell.
Amber-like and honeycomb-inspired light pieces make for an instant sensation of warmth.
Some of New Zealand’s leading designers and industry experts weigh in on their favourite objects of the last 20 years.
Where can one place the TV without destroying the interior mood? Samsung’s new QLED TV might just have the answer.
Burgundy’s grown-up and sensual warmth is balanced here by the more-youthful and cool aftertaste of mint.
Some of our favourites made from this metallic alloy that is ever-trendy.
These pieces are sinuous, corrugated and drenched in fresh coastal and forest tones.
Space-travel metallics and lunar greys, combined with earthy pinks, can be oh-so intergalactically smooth!
Graphic textures and forms play with colour, light and reflection.
Porous concrete and folded architectures made from textiles: we explore a softer, friendlier side to brutalism.
A collection of suspended globes and cartoon-like forms double as conversation pieces.
An efferverscent backdrop to a collection of grounded shapes and solid tones.
Our edit of bold and brave designs from the London Design Festival Week 2017.
Timeless texture created with natural fibres and traditional techniques.
Totem poles for the modern home inspired by Italian architect Ettore Sottsass and the delicious colours of spring.
Patterns and textures inspired by falling rain, wood grains and leaves in the breeze.
These objects of desire seem to harken from a tropical paradise where the breezy foliage is heavy with ripe, exotic fruit.
It’s cocktail hour at the expat club and the jazz is floating rhythmically above the lounge.
Pliable, geometric and infinitely sculptural – an edit of objects that make the most of metal.
A collection that uses natural materials, and patterns and textures inspired by leafy landscapes.
Interior designer Jessica White of Room by Room has created her first collection of locally made and designed furniture.
Golden leaves and rosy cheeks inspired this edit of soft, warm tones for the cooler evenings indoors.
The Novelnyt selection of some of the most alluring objects from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.
A refined take on the utilitarian and industrial shapes from the Soviet era’s metal furniture design. Stalin would most certainly not be amused.
Shaped and brought to shore by the whim of curious tides.