Interior features New Zealand interior architecture and design across workplace, corporate, retail, hospitality, education, public, and other interior commercial environments.
Best world interiors • Interior magazine’s editor will help select the top global interiors at the Inside World Festival of Interiors.
2020 INTERIOR AWARDS JURY • The panel of experts charged with helping select the best interiors of the year has been appointed.
Designer interview • Kristen Basra’s budding career belies the strength of her expertise and the quiet tenacity that has seen the spatial designer found her own firm, Spatial Studio. We sit down with her in the wake of her success at the 2019 Interior Awards, where she took home the coveted title of Emerging Design Professional.
Fresh faced • Interior architecture and design firm JKW steps into its bright new chapter in Newton, Auckland.
MATERIAL FOCUS: MATERIAL CREATIVE • Olivia Patience – one half of award-winning interior design firm Material Creative – discusses some of the selections made for the studio’s colourful and tactile Naumi hotel Auckland Airport.
2019 Eat Drink Design Awards
Blacksmith Lake Mulwala
Di Stasio Citta
The Calile Hotel
Higher Ground • Renowned branding think-tank Richards Partners takes on the role of a lifetime: to redefine itself and how its workplace personifies and facilitates that shift. The result is an oasis of sorts in Auckland’s city centre.
VILLAGE SQUARE • Local, boutique co-working designer and operator Qb Studios unveils its recent Christchurch offering and discusses some of the larger themes behind that style of work.
Unnecessarily beautiful • A series of multinational, not-for-profit, children’s tutoring centres has put interior design high on its priority list. This excerpt from a book about the organisation explores some of the reasons behind its whimsical aesthetic.
Grimm & Co • Rotherham, England
Story Factory • Parramatta, Australia
826 Valencia: Tenderloin Center • San Francisco, California
Moshin Mussa • We caught up with the RTA Studio associate to discuss colour and how it has influenced his design choices.
City shapers • We speak to Frank Xu and Steven Shao from Shundi Customs, the development firm responsible for the upcoming Seascape, a mixed-use high-rise expected to be the tallest building of its type in New Zealand.
SUGGESTED DEVELOPER PACKAGE: APARTMENT
PERSONAL SPACE • Husband-and-wife design duo Borijan Milic and Kylie Willett of Verso Architecture + Interiors share their current brain food.