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25 things with Peter Haythornthwaite, part two

25 Things

25 things with Peter Haythornthwaite, part two

Peter Haythornthwaite – industrial and creative design deity, Designers Institute of New Zealand fellow, owner of an ONZM for services to design, and current exhibitor of his life’s work at Objectspace Gallery in Auckland – knows things, loves things, predicts things, worries about things and improves things. In part two, here are five things that sum up New Zealand's  modern design identity.

25 Things

Peter Haythornthwaite – industrial and creative design deity, Designers Institute of New Zealand fellow, owner of an ONZM for services to design, and current exhibitor of his life’s work at Objectspace Gallery in Auckland – knows things, loves things, predicts things, worries about things and improves things. In part one, here's five things he wishes he knew before he started a career in design.

Who made your clothes?

The duo behind design-focused social enterprise Paper Rain Project, Indigo and Wills Rowe, recently embarked on a trip to Kolkata, India to meet the women employed to make their fair-trade clothing and learn how their lives have benefited from a living wage. Here, Indigo shares what they learnt from the experience, whether other companies should travel to see who makes their products and what else is on the horizon for 2018.