I have to take my hat off to architects Fearon Hay, run by Tim Hay and Jeff Fearon, who have completed the ‘Te Arai’ House, named after a small community on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, that sits amongst the dunes and pine forest in this same location. These gabled
London-based New Zealand born Samantha Totty tends to work in collage, exploring the interaction between form, texture and colour using a mixture of off-kilter shapes and a muted palette.
Looking almost like glaciers, or jagged blocks of ice jutting out from the landscape, these cast glass structures are made by Emma Camden at her studio in Whanganui, New Zealand.
It's not often that I come across shops or creatives in New Zealand, we've swayed towards Japan in recent months but there are also some fantastic things going on in other parts of the world. Particularly that side near Australia is where I'm seeing lots of creative communities pop-up and exhibit ex
We turn our attention now to David Trubridge, one of New Zeland's most iconic and innovative furniture designers in an engaging short film I enjoyed watching earlier this morning. Created as a means to document the process behind one of the designers creations we are taken inside the company worksho
This is my second post on an item of furniture this week, hopefully we won’t go five days straight with a chair everyday, although if we have seating options like this I won’t be complaining and hopefully you won’t either. The chair that I’ve picked out today is titled the Starling Chair and