Aēsop is renowned for in-depth collaborations and oasis-like mood-making. Novelnyt explores one of their newest retail spaces.
These events are layered with spring spirit and some serious musical melody.
Peek inside the 32-page special Kitchens and Bathrooms supplement from Novelnyt issue 112, on sale now.
Explore the creative moves behind some of the chicest homes today, and see what’s new in kitchens and bathrooms with our special report.
Andy Jones, the owner of Auckland’s Karakter, has one eye on the past and another looking to the future.
The stone carving maven discusses his polished new exhibition, now on show in Auckland.
For those who want to hear it, shave it, work it, track it or watch it – Dean Cornish checks out an eclectic mix of top-notch technology.
The founder of Strange Goods bookshop in Auckland shares five books that are currently on his shelves.
Giant Meccano pieces are at the centre of an upcoming exhibition by interior designer Andrew Cox.
Richard Munao, founder and director of Cult, is a Scandinavian design curator of the highest order in the antipodes.
See images from photographer Amir Zaki’s book California Concrete: A Landscape of Skateparks.
This premiere design fair returns to Paris from 6 to 10 September with the world’s best in design and decor.
Andrew Kerr trials new cars with unique personas and surprising abilities.
Auckland’s former Reserve Bank’s gold vaults are now an oasis of fitness and well-being.
Tomes that excel in their slick forms, wealth of ideas and confident personae.
The creative minds giving new form to the cornerstones of Nordic style.
This selection of wintry events brings style and bite to the cultural calendar.
Lexus collaborated with internationally acclaimed New Zealand design house Resident to celebrate the first-ever UX, a luxury compact crossover.
No stranger to makeovers, Studio Italia welcomes two sleek new additions to its Grafton showroom: bold and tactile kitchens.
A buffet of Danish designs and discussions to savour before Auckland Art Gallery’s upcoming exhibition, Denmark Design.
Auckland Art Gallery’s upcoming exhibition Denmark Design is brimful of appeal.
We speak to Dan and Emma Eagle of Mr. Bigglesworthy ahead of the Auckland Art Gallery’s Denmark Design exhibition.
Meet the Canadian designer and co-author of king-sized sensation S,M,L,XL.
Novelnyt speaks to Renzo Vitale, an Italian sound designer, acoustic engineer and musician working for BMW.
From Egg to Y: The seats that turned into thrones.
Daring, considered and entirely confident: Issue 111 includes homes and people with adventure at their cores.
Novelnyt speaks to Luka Hinse, former organiser of PechaKucha Auckland, before the city’s much-anticipated reboot event.
Illinois’ large, resilient city, through the eyes of studio Izzard’s design director and namesake.
Get ready for one of Auckland’s chicest annual night market for design lovers.
Take a first look inside Monmouth Glass Studio’s new Grey Lynn store.
Tracey Ingram explores three spaces making the most out of a smaller footprint.
We speak with award-winning filmmaker Vincent Ward to discuss his latest moving image project.
Rare jewels – some with gems, some without – are inked on the pages of these fine tomes.
Step inside the latest offering from Deadly Ponies’ stylish store trajectory.
Objects from Milan’s iconic furniture fair, Salone del Mobile, put in the proverbial spotlight.
Living spaces that are small on size don’t have to be short on functionality. These lovely bits of tech have a minimal impact, and will make any home smarter, safer and healthier.
Andrew Kerr drives three new cars that excel around town and devour an open road.
The second day of the design fair had one heavy weight: lighting.
The highlights from the New Zealand International Film Festival’s 2019 line-up are poised to impress.
Elle + Riley’s new Queenstown store, designed by Katie Lockhart, is as soothing as the cashmere itself.