When choosing art for the home, what attracts depends largely on cultural or personal aesthetic preferences. Like beauty, art lies in the eye of the beholder.
Since the late 1800s, the Auckland Wintergardens have enthralled with dazzling displays of tropical and seasonal botanical wonders.
Award-winning baker Patrick Welzenbach talks about his unique ancestry and what makes Daily Bread, his new bakery in Point Chevalier, so special.
Ponsonby’s Studio One Toi Tū is a vibrant community-based centre for makers and thinkers in many different creative disciplines. So, whether you’re five or 95, you’re welcome to come along a…
For the third year running, a select group of the team from Ray White Damerell Group have joined a class of students, teachers and parents from Ponsonby Primary to help plant over 400 trees,…
Anglican church, St Matthew-in-the-City opens its doors to all people. The word is spread, unbiased and with love, and its arches regularly ring with sounds of orchestral music.
Rose & Heather’s Martin Bell says setting up their furniture showroom and bespoke workshop in a combined Grey Lynn space, the only one of its sort in central Auckland, is “kind of like comin…
Art Explore’s Caril Cowan and Brian Latimer lift the lid on the myopic art world, to deliver affordable thought-provoking artist experiences to ordinary people.
Working across a sweeping array of projects, Rod Marler, Design and Place Director at Panuku stands at the helm of a Titanic portion of Auckland’s built future.
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