Objectspace’s new exhibition The Room is a wide-ranging tour de force on residential design.
A playful, upcoming Wellington exhibition is poised to ask some strong questions about space and how we move within it.
A touring exhibition is coming to Auckland, bringing with it an unusual collection and a diminutive, tenacious subject.
Kiwi blogger Nikki McNamara, founder of Stylemaker, wins at the Interior Blog Awards and takes a trip to Tom Dixon’s HQ.
Indie florist The Botanist opens its newest pop-up shop, just in time for the holidays.
The artisans behind Powersurge announce a new collection of hand-crafted and lovingly designed, brass homewares.
The Grammar Art House Tour is back featuring eight homes and gardens and a large collection of art to buy along the way
Massey University announces six $10,000 postgraduate Study Awards for Māori and Pacific students to study art or design.
A new concept store and café opening soon in Queenstown encourages customers to consider the source of their purchases.
Get a first look at central Auckland’s stylish new hotel boasting a rooftop bar and designer staff uniforms.
H&M lovers have two things to look forward to: The opening of their largest store and the launch of their Home range.
The New Zealand pavilion at World Expo 2020 is seeking practitioners to support operations at the event in Dubai.
Aēsop opens a new storefront in Wellington that has been designed to uniquely reflect its place in the historic Change House.
Visionary Japanese architect Shigeru Ban once again collaborates with Warren and Mahoney in Christchurch.
In remembrance of one of New Zealand’s foremost architects.
Auckland-based sculptor Gill Gatfield is the only New Zealand artist to have been invited to participate in the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, which opens on 24 May and runs until 26 November.
Artist Emil McAvoy reports on This is New Zealand, an exhibition running at City Gallery Wellington until 15 July.
New Zealand Fashion Week 2016’s opening show featured a dynamic installation created by design firm Taylored Studio.
Design experts Simon James and Scott Bridgens of Resident will host a workshop for New Zealand Lexus Design Award entrants.
Avant-garde fashion house Viktor&Rolf will be holding an exhibition of their works at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Novelnyt takes a glimpse at one of our favourite Auckland eateries, the O’Connell Street Bistro, due to reopen this week.
Dulux yesterday revealed what colours we can expect to see from them in 2017.
Food festival Wellington on a Plate is in full swing! Novelnyt’ has some top picks that will tickle your taste buds.
Novelnyt attended Fisher & Paykel’s elegant ‘Black Banquet’ in Auckland’s Takutai Square last night.
Novelnyt today attended a viewing of furniture and lighting design collective Resident’s latest collection.
Novelnyt attended the preview of Citta’s latest collection - inspired by Palm Springs, California.
Mr Bigglesworthy has put together Long Weekend, a collection of furniture to match New Zealand’s modern beach house.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
The country’s best houses were rewarded at the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced at a gala evening on 30 October.
Fisher & Paykel introduces the designer of their slide-in french door refrigerator at an exclusive event in Parnell, Auckland.
Featuring stunning kitchens and bathroom spaces, as well as luscious homes, the new edition of Novelnyt is available now.
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Planchonella House by Jesse Bennett Architect wins 2015 Houses Awards.
The August/September 2015 issue of Novelnyt magazine is out now, bearing a warm artisanal theme.
Novelnyt attended the launch of ECC’s Milan Report, in which Mike Thorburn and his team collate their finds from the Milan Furniture Fair 2015.
Think & Shift are collaborating with Rapid Advanced Manufacturing to create a new series of furniture and lighting.
Adaptive reuse, industrial-chic and a more residential feel to the workplace were common themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
This issue, Novelnyt is going monochrome.
A maritime-themed café, a street art installation and a watercress table are among the finalists in this year’s Interior Awards.
Designer Liam Bowden’s leather goods are now available on Newmarket’s Osborne Street.