In this bombastic Los Angeles home, US designer Kelly Wearstler lets colour and pattern fall, shift and splatter with gusto.
This Pauanui beach home proudly displays its owners’ Polynesian heritage through well-considered architectural moves.
This Sydney home burrows within rocks and reflects its owners’ passion for books and Chinese culture.
Designed by Pierre Yovanovitch, this Swiss apartment embodies the luxury of natural materials and custom design.
An Auckland apartment with street cred is transformed into a cool, urbane version of itself through colour and texture.
An exposed site with glorious views across Lyttelton Harbour called for a house with two very distinct zones.
In an exclusive tour, we step into Dixon’s new headquarters in a heritage coal office in London.
Downsizing has by no means equated to downgrading for the owners of this on-point Freemans Bay apartment.
On a property encompassing a walnut orchard, this family escape treads lightly on the earth from which it has been built.
A conversation between artworks and interior design results in a stunning, high-end eclecticism in this Parisian apartment.
A home in the Canterbury Plains has been built from layers of stone and memories.
This house for a photographer uses light and shadow to create a moody, contemporary abode with a nuanced sense of beauty.
We step into the home/studio of Belgian designer Xavier Lust which has been reconfigured from an old print shop.
The homeowner and designer of this Mt. Eden renovation has created a new history for her family in a home that was built in 1862.
Set amongst olive groves and rolling hills, and with perfect sea views, this Italian villa serves as a rural retreat for iconic designer and architect Piero Lissoni.
Daring and intensely playful, this Amsterdam apartment toes the line between museum and conceptual home.
A modern addition breathes new life into this 1929 home, without overpowering its original glory.
A balance of textures and light has transformed this New York loft into a comfortable family home.
This classic apartment in The Hague proves that even a small, urban, rental property can be turned into a special and very personable home.
Contemporary flair with a distinct Caribbean soul is key to the success of this idyllic jungle house on Mexico’s Caribbean coast.
A house in Auckland’s Castor Bay with an intrinsic rhythm and movement and a tad of local poetry.
In a historic village in southern Italy, this simple townhouse has been turned into a veritable gem where natural light and materials create contrast and spaciousness.
A backyard building in Melbourne revitalises the rear of a property and a suburban laneway.
This house balances generosity and intimacy with detailed craftsmanship and comfortable day-to-day living.
This apartment in Paris’ iconic seventh arrondissement has been designed to be in harmony with the cultural, artistic and historic elements of its neighbourhood.
Although not a house… the Solar Egg is literally smoking hot.
The Mediterranean meets the Pacific on a grand scale in this luscious Australian duplex.
A small, 1920’s apartment on a Californian beach is restored to its original. Mark Haddawy explains the process, pedigree and highlights of this little gem.
Novelnyt sits down with Mark Haddawy, a Los Angeles-based collector, design and architecture fanatic, and mid-century expert to talk about modernism, his own homes and the elegant charm of vintage.
Towing the line between classic and modern, this Italian apartment explores colour and form in a completely refreshing and somewhat romantic way.
This idyllic site on the water’s edge in Mahurangi East, just an hour’s drive from central Auckland, called for a home that tapped into the calm serenity of the area.
A meticulously crafted, small building that is constantly transformed both manually and by the natural light and waters that surround it.
The traditional rooms in this 1890s Auckland villa have been compartmentalised, shuffled and ingeniously spread across various levels.
A melange of styles and impeccably curated objects turned this Parisian apartment into a welcoming and warm home.
As British interior design’s star Kelly Hoppen celebrates 40 years in the industry, we step into the place she calls home.
A city-fringe penthouse apartment has been transformed into a luxurious dwelling with dual functions – a sanctuary from the city and a place to entertain guests.
This new home by Chenchow Little is a private sanctuary that maximises the impressive panoramic views to the Pacific Ocean.
This modern cedar-clad cabin reinterprets tradition as it mimics its surroundings, blending with the trees and making a bold statement.
The purity of Japanese architecture is energised by the daily performance of sunlight.
Designed for a jet-set family with several international abodes, this Monaco apartment strikes a seemingly effortless balance between comfort and style.