Are contemporary designers at risk of becoming jacks of all trades and master of, well, not very much at all? Rachael McKinnon peruses the trade-off of specialisation versus generalisation.
Marisco Vineyard's The King's Series has picked up double-gold in San Francisco for its labels inspired by proprietor Brent Marris' 12th century ancestors.
Like the seventh dwarf who’s more ‘good night’s rest’ than ‘good night out’, there’s finally an answer to New Zealand’s sleeplessness epidemic.
A raw breakfast buffet is the latest addition to Heritage Auckland’s vegan, locally sourced menu offerings.
Last Friday, in conjunction with AUT Business School and the Sir Peter Blake Trust, Fuji Xerox hosted their inaugural leadership event called Inspire 2013. We had a chat with Fuji Xerox managing director Neil Whittaker.
Refrigeration specialists EcoChill reject synthetic gases opting instead for old-school cooling techniques that are better for the environment, but with strict modern safety and engineering practices.
Roger Dennis is a man with a plan to make Christchurch one of the smartest cities in the world. Through Sensing City, he hopes to carpet Christchurch with sensor technology, inviting the city to become an innovation ecosystem.
Interior designer and entrepreneur Tina Stephen has just launched Roomie, a web-based affordable interior design service.
After scoring some old Venetian blinds in an inorganic rubbish collection, Josca Craig Smith – artist, bike specialist and lover of all things Victorian – hatched a plan to build a boat fit for a gentleman.
More than a century ago, an innovation in photography projection called the cinematograph was born and kickstarted the world of motion pictures.