From hand-hewn joinery and divine intervention in a restored church and the effortless accommodation of a home grill big enough for a burger joint, to an off-grid sanctuary with an industrial feel and a luxurious nod to Georgian architecture, South Island-based designers took out many of the top titles at this year’s prestigious National Kitchen and Bathroom Association (NKBA) Excellence in Design Awards.
Christchurch locals now have the unique opportunity to spend time in celebrated architect Sir Miles Warren’s living room, located at his seminal former dwelling and workplace at 65 Cambridge Terrace, with leading design and craft gallery Objectspace moving into the special space earlier this year. We spoke to Objectspace’s Victoria McAdam to find out more…
Kiwi creative, actor and environmentalist Bryce Langston launched his YouTube channel Living Big in a Tiny House in 2013, and a decade later, with partner Rasa Pescud, has more than 4.5 million subscribers and a global following. Here he shares a peek inside two of his own New Zealand-based tiny homes.
From bold florals, fresh brights, molten metallics and fancy frills to decadent nods to deliciousness (think dark chocolate, croissants, banana pudding, cakes and coffee), sweeten up your October with a few of our favourite things.
On a recent visit to see friends and family in the South Island, renowned British architect/interior designer Ben Pentreath granted 03 an exclusive interview over lunch at historic Christchurch homestead Mona Vale.
A literal hidden gem in the middle of gorgeous untamed nowhere, multi-award-winning build The Lindis defies conventional design ideas and instead takes its cues directly, organically – yet ultimately really quite dramatically – from nature.