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How to design your home office for maximum productivity
Working from home comes with many benefits – but you need to to make the most of the design of your home office to avoid the downsides.
NEW IN RENOVATION
Top to bottom
You have the home you want ... but the look? Not so much. The owner of this home put thoughts into action – the result, a reinvented home perfect more modern living and modern sensibilities.
Passion meets experience
Whether it's a new home or a renovation, peace of mind come with engaging a highly experienced home builder. EZ Building has built more than 200 much-loved homes across the country and has an establis...
New in Outdoor Living
Is your family sports mad?
Anyone for tennis? Or how about hockey practice, developing football skills, basketball, netball, or cricket practice? With TigerTurf’s multi-sport surfaces, your backyard tennis court can also be use...
Ready, set, glow
Allied Concrete's Ready Glow can be used to add unique design elements and adds a functioning, self powering renewable light source for any type of decorative concrete application
New in Commercial Design
Five people-centric design principles that can be applied to workplace design
Putting people first in workplace design leads to better business results as well as more positive staff experiences, says Holly Campbell, senior associate at Warren and Mahoney.
Sitting pretty – self-contained solar-powered seating environments that care about people and the planet
There's a new seating kid in town for architects and designers addressing commercial outdoor environments or public venues. The ground-breaking (grid-saving) Sedi range is designed and shaped to optim...
How a poorly organised 15-year-old building was transformed into an attractive and highly functional commercial space that’s attuned to the new generation of office tenants.
Building a greener future now
As soon as you leave Singapore's Changi airport you know you're in a green city. Three of the city state's iconic buildings take the next natural step forward – into biophilic architecture
No, let's take the stairs
Presenting as a giant skite element within engineering giant Arup's own offices, a substantial, sculptural concrete stair seems to float through the middle of the space.
Green new = good news
New Zealand Government announced that any new building developed for government office accommodation is required to be measured for a NABERSNZ rating, with a target rating of four stars. NZGBC chief e...