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Te Atatū Residence by Material Creative
Calming colours, lots of gathering spaces and great flow. That was the brief for Material Creative on the renovation of this 1960s home overlooking the Waitematā Harbour, Te Atatū South.
Quay Street Office by Cheshire Architects
Perched high above Quay street this new office space for friends at Black Interiors hums with quiet energy. Cheshire Architects set out to make this space feel as much like an apartment as it does an office; not just a place where work is done, but a place in which working lives are lived with elegance and relish.
Marine Parade by Seear-Budd Ross
Designed by multi-disciplinary duo Thomas Seear-Budd and James Ross, this Marine Parade home celebrates a minimal material palette to highlight the exquisite use of macrocarpa and limestone. Situated at the base of the Eastbourne hills, this home demonstrates an exceptional skill of balance — blending and reflecting the design vernacular of its neighbours along the Lower Hutt esplanade.
Flockhill Homestead by Warren & Mahoney
Flanked by mountains, nestled into limestone rock formations and looking across Lake Pearson to a perfectly symmetrical view of Sugarloaf Mountain is Flockhill Homestead.
Massproductions at Sven-Harrys - Sculptures From the Factory
Sven-Harrys konstmuseum launches 2023 by asking the question: “Where does the art start?” The museum has invited designers Magnus Elebäck and Chris Martin, founders of the internationally renowned Stockholm-based furniture company Massproductions to explore the link between industry and art while honing in on that mysterious “X-factor” – the element that makes good design great.
The exhibition asks questions in a series of playful, artistic and informative installations. What is that immeasurable special ingredient that distinguishes certain products? Is it pure magic, logical thinking, or a combination of both? With seven works based on seven different designs and 13 different industrial processes, Chris Martin and Magnus Elebäck take a deep dive into the complexity of manufacturing the products we take for granted in our daily lives.
Fisher & Paykel Auckland Experience Centre
Developed in collaboration with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, the Designed in Aotearoa philosophy of Fisher & Paykel can be seen at their new Auckland Experience Centre. The centre boasts sculptural elements and a natural materiality that effectively communicates the Fisher & Paykel identity and its sense of place.