Why I started Pocono Modern Why I started Pocono Modern

If you have ever read this blog, I suppose you have come to know alot about what I think about the current states of things.  Like most Arch...

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9:22 PM

Our new look Our new look

Those of you who haven't picked up our latest issue yet may not know that we've undergone a bit of a redesign, courtesy of the lovel...

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12:55 PM

Brian MacKay-Lyons: Tickets on sale now! Brian MacKay-Lyons: Tickets on sale now!

The international member of our Home of the Year jury, Canadian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons, will visit New Zealand in February to help cho...

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7:41 PM

Our new cover Our new cover

Our new cover features an outdoor room on Great Barrier Island, designed by Lance and Nicola Herbst of Herbst Architects and photographed by...

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6:38 PM

Incoming: Brian MacKay-Lyons, Canadian architect extraordinaire Incoming: Brian MacKay-Lyons, Canadian architect extraordinaire

We're delighted to announce, along with our Home of the Year partners Altherm Window Systems, that the international member of our Home ...

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6:30 PM

Our upcoming redesign Our upcoming redesign

Our December/January issue of the magazine will feature a redesign led by Arch MacDonnell  and the team at Inhouse Design. We embarked on th...

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3:32 PM

From our archives: A hint of summer From our archives: A hint of summer

Summer's on the way. This cover from our June 1958 issue shows Tibor Donner's magnificent Parnell Baths in Auckland in all their spl...

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2:30 PM

Outtakes: Concrete house by Simon Twose Outtakes: Concrete house by Simon Twose

One of our favourite images from our current issue is this one by Paul McCredie of a house in Kelburn, Wellington, by Simon Twose (the house...

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10:22 PM

We like: Hometown Boomtown We like: Hometown Boomtown

Preservation arguments are raging in Christchurch right now, which makes this very interesting clip from the documentary Hometown Boomtown ...

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8:26 PM

We like: Diana Vreeland, The Eye Has to Travel We like: Diana Vreeland, The Eye Has to Travel

Sometimes those late-night internet shopping binges don't carry any post-purchase regret: this morning our copy of Diana Vreeland: The E...

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3:53 PM

Outtakes: Melling Morse's Garden Shed Outtakes: Melling Morse's Garden Shed

Wellington's Melling Morse Architects do an accomplished line in compact, relatively cheap, incredibly charming dwellings, and the Garde...

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3:38 PM

We like: Patti Smith's photographs We like: Patti Smith's photographs

There probably isn't anything this woman can't do. In the New York Times' style magazine, T, A.O. Scott interviews Patti Smith, ...

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3:34 PM

From our archives: A royal visit, 1953 From our archives: A royal visit, 1953

In 1953, the visit of the Queen and Prince Philip was considered significant enough to make the cover of our predecessor, Home and Building....

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11:00 AM

Steve Jobs and a Legacy of Design Steve Jobs and a Legacy of Design

I started writing this post over a month ago when Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple.  At the time, I felt really disturbed over this news ...

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8:49 AM

Events: The Department Store Events: The Department Store

Thanks to Altherm Window Systems, Waipara Hills wines and The Department Store for their support for a client function we held at The Depart...

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10:40 PM

We like: Al Brown's Depot We like: Al Brown's Depot

We would like to join the chorus of approval for Al Brown's Depot in Auckland's Federal Street. The pleasingly rustic interior, desi...

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10:30 AM

Events: Kevin McCloud, a reminder Events: Kevin McCloud, a reminder

A reminder, for those of you who don't have your tickets yet (and many of you do, we know), that HOME New Zealand is delighted to be par...

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8:54 PM

We like: David Hockney's iPad show We like: David Hockney's iPad show

One of the best things about our recent visit to Copenhagen was seeing David Hockney's show of his drawings on the iPad and iPhone at th...

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2:42 AM

Outtakes: The Kare Kare house, our Home of the Year 2011 by Michael O'Sullivan Outtakes: The Kare Kare house, our Home of the Year 2011 by Michael O'Sullivan

From the black sand of Kare Kare beach, the HOME New Zealand magazine Home of the Year 2011 is almost invisible. The house was designed by ...

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3:33 PM

Real Estate: A piece of New Zealand history, for sale Real Estate: A piece of New Zealand history, for sale

It's not often you see a piece of New Zealand history in the real estate pages, but now potter Peter Stichbury and his wife Diane are mo...

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2:45 PM

Zaha Hadid's second Stirling Prize Zaha Hadid's second Stirling Prize

British architect Zaha Hadid has won the 2011 Stirling Prize for her design of a London school building, the Evelyn Grace Academy. She also ...

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2:22 PM

Renzo Piano at Ronchamp Renzo Piano at Ronchamp

There's an interesting piece by Jonathan Glancey in The Guardian about a new convent designed by Renzo Piano at Ronchamp, which of cour...

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2:01 PM

From our archives: Our worst cover ever? From our archives: Our worst cover ever?

A gem from our archives that shows our predecessors didn't do everything right. This is from the unfortunate period in the 1960s and 197...

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12:00 PM

Travel: Copenhagen's Kastrup Sea Baths Travel: Copenhagen's Kastrup Sea Baths

Copenhagen's Kastrup Sea Baths, designed by White Arkitektur AB and built in 2004, are a delighful invitation to take a dip. And we need...

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