Architecture and landscape unite in this contemporary home, surrounded by abundant plant life, and drenched in natural light.
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Located on a picturesque street in the Auckland suburb of Devonport, a compact heritage cottage sat ripe, ready and waiting for a full renovation.
A central courtyard with an alpine outlook complete with an Escea EK1550 Outdoor Fireplace Kitchen means this modern kiwi crib is a trans-seasonal retreat from the city.
This Victorian cottage in Sydney’s Inner West was re-designed to make the most of its long, narrow site. Featuring Escea’s ultra-wide DS1900 gas fire, see how designer Michiru Cohen modernised the home while celebrating its heritage façade.
Get to know New Zealand Designer and business owner Annika Rowson and take a tour through her latest renovation project, Wildermoth
Take a look inside Guy and Jules Sebastian’s new family home and learn how architect Joe Snell worked with them to create a modern, spacious home that reflects their busy lifestyles, personalities and family life.
When it came to designing their Wairarapa new build, Rob and Tracey Rackliff knew exactly where to look for inspiration – their favourite holiday destination, Bali [...]
Situated near Malmö, Sweden, this harmonious home is everything you love about Scandinavian design. From the serene and muted colour palette, to the blonde wood and mid-century furniture, it is cohesively pulled together to perfection. The home owners built it from scratch, working with a good architect friend to create their “dream home” and a […]
Architect Thao Nguyen from Studio TT, was called on by friends to transform a dated 1960s home into a light and spacious family-friendly abode.
Plane Tree House is the epitome of understated elegance. Architects Ink’s design for Plane Tree House, winner of the Institute of Architecture South Australia’s residential architecture award, uses the raw beauty of concrete, timber and glass to complement its natural environment, showing us that rather than dominating the landscape, understated elegance can be achieved through […]
Twenty five minutes from Auckland, on 2.66ha of rural land in Coatesville, sits a European-styled masonry home brimming with opulence and wow factor. The home was recently made famous by the reality TV show Real Housewives of Auckland, starring the home owner Michelle Blanchard. Together with husband David, Michelle purchased the 80s home and embarked […]