Home & Garden
More clout for global movement to back bees
It's Bee Aware Month, and free-range cook Annabel Langbein is using her celebrity clout to create a buzz for the hardest working insects in the food again.
Stylish new furniture designs are emerging from two suburban garages, writes Diana Dekker.
Paekakariki people made dishes out of ingredients grown and gathered locally in an inaugural competition recently, writes Hannah Zwartz, whose entry won a prize too.
An A4 piece of graph paper, initiative and some careful thought was all it took for Carol and John Gatenby to create their ideal Motueka home.
Modern architecture meets couple's dreams
Light-filled nooks and spacious living areas make this contemporary Aro Valley home a hit.
Anne and Jock Kershaw are leaving their Wairarapa home of 30 years with mixed emotions.
The descendants of the original owner of a house built to impress still live there 128 years on, writes Kimberley Rothwell.
It's a dubious honour, but a city suburb has a claim to be home to Wellington's coldest streets.
A tasteful renovation has created a stunning family home with wonderful views and a historic pa over Titahi Bay.
Jill Wild talks to an Auckland photographer who has released his book on a Wellington architecture icon.
The garden that has been proclaimed Golden Bay's most beautiful for this season belongs to Sue Hitchcock.
An Atelier workshop project in Days Bay has brightened up the lives of the owners and saved the best bits of the William Gray Young- designed home, as Jill Wild reports.
The once-tawdry prefab has transformed into the architecture of the future, writes Sarah Catherall.
This grand Wellington home has been reinvented as a family-friendly house and place of work.
A year after moving in, Alistair Hughes reveals what it's like to be finally living in his own off-the-grid home.
This appealing family home, tucked into regenerating Northland bush, is a haven for a young family.
An award-winning Breaker Bay home has been resurrected after being razed by fire three years ago.
Sunlit privacy combines with natural charm in this Titahi Bay home.
The pinnacle of domestic recycling has to be turning a derelict petrol station or ancient railway station into a home.
An eye for treasure amid trash has produced a house with soul in rural Wainuiomata.