Interior features New Zealand interior architecture and design across workplace, corporate, retail, hospitality, education, public, and other interior commercial environments.
Destination walkway • For a liminal place, The Link in Melbourne has become something of a destination.
Peace in a pod • Julia Gessler explores how sleeping pods are becoming a growing trend both on and off the ground.
Bronze age • The Assembly, co-working hub Generator Britomart Place’s view-saturated social lounge, is now home to a mature bistro where banquette seating, hanging gardens and bronze-tinted mirrors are conducive to all-hours dining in smooth, velvety style.
Take a seat • A new Auckland competition is calling on designers and the general public to put their best seats forward.
Resilience: The Next Wave • The 2020 CoreNet Symposium promises to be a highly topical look at what it takes to build resilient buildings at a time of immense change and challenge. George Hulbert finds out more.
Designer interview • Wellington-raised stage-lighting designer Ben Dalgleish has worked with the likes of Drake, Post Malone, Janet Jackson and many more. Julia Gessler caught up with Dalgleish backstage as he prepared to unveil his latest machination for Six60.
MATERIAL FOCUS: YOUNG+RICHARDS • Harriet Pilkington – director of architecture firm Young+Richards – chats about texture and fabric selections for its recent project at Richards Partners office.
BUSTER CALDWELL • In his time off, the creative director for the Wonder Group makes engaging art from photos of banal architecture. He explains his process and how colour fits perfectly within it.
Butterfly • A well-known art deco building in Wellington undergoes an internal metamorphosis in order to house global skincare brand Antipodes’ headquarters and retail space.
oasis • ANZ seeks a natural feel and a touch of biophilia in its new Sylvia Park locale. Melanie McDaid finds out more.
Airport dreams • The new Novotel Christchurch Airport takes its cues from its geographic context.
Hotels in flux • The local hotel industry is in a state of significant growth. What does this mean for the world of interiors and what might its future look like?
New Zealand hotel construction projects at a glance • 2019 building consents for the hotel sector
The synergy of design and procurement
Lifestyle brands: Distinctive storytelling through design
Developer focus • We speak to John Chow, director of Stonewood Group, a development firm with a growing interest in hotels across New Zealand.
Future accommodation • Significant hotels currently under construction or scheduled to open soon.
Hotel forecast • Whether you are in the market for an avant-garde, open-house-style hotel or a reliable five-star chain, there is a long list of impressive properties opening in 2020 and beyond asking to be discovered. Here’s what you may find inside.
Room service • Founder of Hong Kong’s studio AFSO André Fu has been a pioneer of blending the residential and hotel typologies. Here, he talks to Interior about his trajectory and unique take on high-end hospitality.
Report from Amsterdam • Interior magazine editor Federico Monsalve was a judge at the recent Inside: World Festival of Interiors in Amsterdam. Here, he talks about the process and his observations.
World Architecture Festival 2019 • Over 2000 architecture and interior professionals from over 70 countries are reported to have attended the World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2019 in Amsterdam between 4 and 6 December 2019.
Beauty in bulk •...