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Peek inside Freedom Furniture’s new Newmarket flagship

  • Design
  • December 14, 2018
  • Sarah Dunn
Peek inside Freedom Furniture’s new Newmarket flagship

Freedom Furniture has finished a $1 million-plus renovation of its 23-year-old flagship in Newmarket. The refurbished store opened at the start of this month.

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Sylvia Park's architectural art installation

  • Design
  • November 20, 2018
  • Landscape Architecture Aotearoa
Sylvia Park's architectural art installation

Inspired by the mangrove seed, Sylvia Park Plaza’s Pod is a flexible multi-purpose sculptural structure, which serves both to shelter adjoining and provide a performance space. The eye catching piece was created by landscape architecture and urban design firm, Wraight + Associates for the Auckland shopping mall.

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Without batting an eyelash: Ashley Allen's comfort in design

  • Design
  • November 8, 2018
Without batting an eyelash: Ashley Allen's comfort in design

Auckland eyelash extension company Ashley Allen’s St Lukes salon is a calm wash of terracotta pinks and natural timbers.

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Allbirds opens its first UK flagship

New Zealand’s favourite San Francisco-based shoe brand has entered the UK with an interactive and design-savvy flagship store in London’s Covent Garden.

 
 

How 3D printing is disrupting the jewellery industry

  • Design
  • October 9, 2018
  • Hemma Vara
How 3D printing is disrupting the jewellery industry

3D printing is challenging traditional production processes in the jewellery industry. The perfect meld between fashion and technology, it gives a new meaning to the term 'wearable tech'. We talk to Amelia Diggle, the brains behind Human Interface (HI) Jewellery about her experience with 3D printing and creating a jewellery company.

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