In this age of Ali Express and mass-produced rip-offs from Asia, it’s heartening to see a local business thriving by producing individual pieces that put authentic craftsmanship first.
Decorative artist Ross Lewis ‘love affair’ with wall space began when he was just four years old. Since then his art has developed and exploded across walls and ceilings.
Cute as a button from the street and sharp as a tack inside, this modern re-invention of a workingman’s cottage is the perfect marriage of new and old.
One of the festival’s organisers and curators, Clare Buchanan, reveals her top picks from this year’s line up of international films.
We talk to Gordon Subritzky, technical manager of The Fireplace, about the practicalities and aesthetics of installing a fireplace into an outdoor living area.
If anyone is qualified to comment on the changes to Ponsonby over the years, and Ponsonby Road in particular, it has to be Peter Rogers.
If ever there was an example of how to bring out the best in a villa, this is surely it.
The inclusion of old-school style tattoo imagery combined with areas of bold flat colour brings an innocent yet challenging element to Sam's portraiture work.
With its traditional form and contemporary design, this modern multifunctional family home offers its owners the best of both worlds.
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