Novelnyt caught up with Marlborough-born industrial designer Alex Buckman to talk about his budding lighting design brand.
The Morningside Precinct is an unabashedly bold new dining development built around the relics of a bygone curtain factory.
Rebecca Gross talks to young, New Zealand-born, Australian architect Adele McNab about her career and her father’s legacy within it.
A couple of award-winning interior designers, Erini and Scott Compton, open their home and share the objects they love.
This American architect and Harvard academic speaks to Federico Monsalve about Haus Gables, her impressive new house in Atlanta.
Peter Brunt opens his Wellington home to show us some of the pieces he surrounds himself with.
Interior designer Tracey Halliday and her partner, Brendon Cleaver, a graphic designer, open the doors to their London home.
ECC has been stylishly making a mark for 110 years now… We turned the tables and stepped into their living quarters.
A power couple in the worlds of art and architecture gives us a tour of their home and shows us the art pieces they love.
This Tauranga-born designer opens his New Jersey summer house to show us the objects he loves.
We speak to a Spanish-New Zealand couple making a name for themselves in the very traditional worlds of tapas and flamenco.
Winner of the 2018 Emerging Design Professional Award, Lauren Hickling, tells us about her experience at the Interior Awards.
Sharon Stephenson catches up with multi-talented Wellingtonian Andrew Thomas.
Hear from the winner of last year’s Student award about her experience entering the Interior Awards.
We catch up with interior designer Jason Bonham to talk art, architecture and the ideal circumstances in which the two meet.
Amanda Harkness talks to Luke Mills, a Nelson-raised lighting and furniture designer making pieces collaboratively.
A young Auckland architect speaks to Sharon Stephenson about her passion for making ceramics.
Ngahuia Damerell shows us her Paris home and the objects that best reflect her Māori heritage and cosmopolitan edge.
This urban icon of Wellington is gritty, creative and somehow managing to retain its persona.
Novelnyt spoke to Cirque du Soleil performer Aaron Felske ahead of the troupe’s forthcoming Kooza season here in New Zealand.
A look at the garden and adjoining private golf course of New Zealand philanthropist Sir Michael Hill.
From Motueka to Brooklyn: interior designer Danu Kennedy takes us into her home and shares the objects she loves.
New Zealand-born designer Hayden Martis creates pieces from beautifully finished natural materials in his London studio.
You can barely throw a paint can in Wellington without hitting her work; she tells Novelnyt about how she’s making her mark.
We spoke with Arnaud Daurat and Christina Duthil about their book, which celebrates philanthropists and their home gardens.
A Wellington illustrator tells Novelnyt about how she’s making her mark on her city and on her home.
Post-millennials, Gen Z… call them what you will but they might just define our design and architecture world of the future.
A peek inside Celebrity Cruises’ new ship the Celebrity Edge from the designer behind some of the interiors: Kelly Hoppen.
New Zealand native Lee Gibson is the lead footwear designer for Nike. He shows us the objects he can’t do without.
At the Novelnyt 20th anniversary breakfast, we got to know some of the loyal readers who came along to celebrate.
The Christchurch based architect behind the award-winning Rhodes House talks to us about his ideas and influences.
We spoke to Nomad’s founders Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte and Giorgio Pace after their design exhibition in Monte Carlo.
Federico Monsalve talks to Marie Shannon, an artist who focuses on the home and seemingly mundane objects of domestic life.
A former architect and fashionista react to the Wellington weather by attempting to create the perfect waterproof coat.
Multi-talented entertainers Jackie van Beek and Jesse Griffin give us a tour of their home and the objects they love.
Matthew von Sturmer is a Waiheke Island-based craftsperson specialising in cast bronze hardware and installations.
New Zealand art school graduates Phillida Reid and David Southard chat about their dealer gallery in London.
Wellington textile artist Jane Denton stitches tradition into her work and she is now finding a global audience.
The only Kiwi artist invited to exhibit at the 2018 Venice Biennale, Gill Gatfield, talks about her piece: Zealandia.
The director of Integral Man talks about the making of this film which explores architecture, music and humanity.