Grey Lynn portrait artist Terry Fergusson captures the many aspects of human emotion in a raw and unrehearsed manner.
Most of us remember it as the Resene showroom at Three Lamps, but over the next few months this site will be transformed into one of Ponsonby’s most desirable boutique apartment developments…
We chat with architect Peter Townsend about this picture-perfect North Shore family home.
At a gala event held at the ANZ Events Centre, 250 designers and industry professionals gathered with eager anticipation to find out who had designed the best kitchens and bathrooms of 2016.…
The Franklin Road lights are now an established and beloved event in Auckland’s festive calendar. But how and when did it all begin?
After 20 glorious years, the owners of the iconic Great Ponsonby Arthotel are reluctantly putting their business on the market. What is it that makes this place so special?
Auckland has licence to grow both inside the city limits and further out on the boundaries. So is it up or out? Either way, city environmentalists and ecologists are feeling uncomfortable.
From Brexit to the unfolding train wreck of the US election, it all adds up to a high degree of global uncertainty. But is that good or bad for Auckland real estate?
Andrew J. Steel is a 28 year old artist with grand ambitions. His stunning visual wit is everywhere as he steadily works his way towards his goal - New Zealand’s most prolific artist.
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