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NIWA

HOUSE

kitchen FEATURE

A dreamy white open plan kitchen by Annika Rowson of Rowson Kitchens and the pièce de résistance in a 1920’s villa extension in New Plymouth.

 

taranaki

NEW ZEALAND

 

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PUBLISHED

STORY

AKIRAHO ST VILLA BY INDIGO DESIGN

A villa extension honouring a family’s Indian heritage, as well as a classic dwelling.

With the original villa having been split into two flats, the floor plan was overhauled and an extension to the back added, reinstating the home to more than just it’s former glory.

“I absolutely love villas, and this one has so many interior and exterior features that signify a time and a place. I try to honour the traditional finishes of these houses while recognising that the renovated parts are modern and can therefore be treated as such. The challenge is to make sure that the two aspects of the home feel as if they’re part of the same narrative” - Tomi Williams, Indigo Design

Oh rock my soul featured in Homestyle Magazine

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

 
 
 

CHELTENHAM

ROAD

ARCHITECTURAL FEATURE

A modernised villa, by Tomi Williams of Indigo Design on Auckland's North Shore. Details included open plan living spaces, with a separate lounge divided by a two-sided modern gas fire. 

 
 

devonport

NEW ZEALAND

 

 

 

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ISSUE 104

URBIS

MAGAZINE


 

 

PUBLISHED

STORY

NEWTON APARTMENT BY JKW Interior Architecture + Design Ltd

A loft apartment located in a gritty, yet up and coming city fringe suburb was transformed into a urbane version of itself. The client (a property developer) advised Interior designer, Janice Kumar-Ward that he wanted to move away from the neutral palettes used in his other Waiheke Island properties and for this project to reflect more of his own personality and taste. The use of colour was central to the brief and even incorporating a mural painted by street artist Deus that was discovered in the entrance.

“One of the things I love is that this client was really open to doing something quirky and left of field,” says Kumar-Ward. “He wanted pieces he loved, not all matching, and a fun and engaging space people would walk into and find unusual and interesting.” - Janice Kumar-Ward

Place to be featured in Urbis Magazine.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

 
 
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MARK

ANTONIA

LIFESTYLE FEATURE

The newly renovated workroom of MarkAntonia and the creative duo behind it, Antonia de vere and Mark Seeney for TheNew.nz.

 

thenew.nz

january 2018

 
 

SUMMER

STREET

ARCHITECTURAL FEATURE

A Devonport bungalow on Auckland's North Shore was transformed into a contemporary family home by Tomi Williams of Indigo Design.

devonport

NEW ZEALAND

 
 
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ISSUE 99

URBIS MAGAZINE


 

 

PUBLISHED

STORY

HEATHER STREET APARTMENT, by huset.

A city-fringe penthouse apartment was reconfigured and transformed by Spatial designer, Alex McLeod of Huset. into a New York loft-style dwelling. The photography brief was to capture the luxuriously large spaces, while showing the level of detail obtained through the details and high-end finishes. Highly Polished featured in Urbis Magazine. 

PARNELL, NEW ZEALAND

 
 

 

 

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