With several thousand apartments under his belt, more then 600 in construction, and many more on the boards, Architect Colin Leuschke knows a thing or two about the apartment business.
We explore a delightful and modern conversion to a Ponsonby workingman's cottage with Tim Dorrington, the architect who transformed it into a well thought out, contemporary home.
Amy Archer is 10 years old, and she’s a third generation beekeeper. But it wasn’t exactly planned. A chance encounter two years ago spawned a thriving little community-driven eco-business.
If you eat out regularly in Auckland, the chances are you’ve enjoyed the surroundings of a Paul Izzard designed restaurant.
We catch up with the Ponsonby based florist, stylist and emerging artist whose artworks have evolved from very simple still life images to making latex moulds of skulls.
Auckland has an amazing and diverse network of galleries and artist studios. On the eve of the city’s annual Art Fair, we caught up with art dealer, Anna Miles.
Twelve years ago, Jane McAulay-Frame arrived in New Zealand with a bag and high hopes. She now runs a successful interior design studio in the heart of fashionable Ponsonby.
Deputy Mayor of Auckland, Penny Hulse, is convinced electric bicycles are part of the new paradigm that will herald a cycling and walking transformation in Auckland.
We visit the splendid Masterworks Gallery and talk with owners, Christine Hedlund and Eloise Kitson, about how to begin curating a modern collection of glass and ceramics.
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