Growing up in New Zealand, neither Peter Smith nor his wife, Nina, dreamt that close Danish connections would ultimately lead to business success. WORDS MONIQUE...
The first in a mini-series on The Hutchinson Group, who believe, ‘The world deserves to be looked after better by all of us.’ Monique Balvert-O’Connor takes a look round the first of the family-owned group’s two businesses: The Relocatable House Co.
Mark Cashmore, property, landscape and pool designer, talks us through the transformation of a sixties split home into a classy beachside haven.
Laura McLennan meets two imports, Andrea and Duncan Ritchie, who bring skill, passion, and magic to the Bay.
Lysaght are engineers, surveyors and land development consultants. They are involved in some of the region's most exciting projects.
Do you know who supports your children’s hockey club, or the surf club that keeps us safe in the waves, or the art exhibition you enjoyed with your family?
Having sound architectural credentials is a given when you’ve been in business for 21 years. Interviewing the two partners at DCA Architects in Rotorua, I am on the hunt for the thing that sets them apart from their peers.
These unlikely partners are enriching the land and economy of the East Cape, thanks to New Zealand Mānuka Group.
UNO. stylist, Kath McDonald, refreshes your spring look at Hunter Furniture, Owens Place, opposite Bayfair.
SELLING YOUR HOME? Our newest UNO. columnist, Yolande King from EVES Real Estate shows you where to start.
Wesley Vorster, Nic Louw, and their bulldog have turned a mechanic’s workshop into a luxurious home for two men and their dog.
Peter Kageyama loves cities, and people. And he knows how to get the best out of people to make cities great. Peter is invited to talk to local governments all over the world, because he really, really knows his stuff.