Tactical Urbanism might sound like some kind of guerrilla warfare. In reality, it’s just one of many tools helping to resolve Auckland’s traffic woes.
Intensification is biting into the traditional pavlova paradise so Auckland Council is dishing up an array of enthralling playgrounds to capture city kids’ imaginations.
Harry and Gwen laugh at the idea that 68 years of eating their own homegrown produce from their back garden is responsible for their good health.
Being good neighbours by actively participating in environmental initiatives is a core part of our business philosophy, says Ray White’s Simon Damerell.
July saw a fall in the number of properties on the market, which should come as no surprise as vendors and buyers play a ‘wait and see’ game until after the results of next month’s election…
Decorative artist Ross Lewis ‘love affair’ with wall space began when he was just four years old. Since then his art has developed and exploded across walls and ceilings.
Retrofitting the latest, smart audio-visual and security systems into an older-style home may be easier than you think.
An on-going artwork by John Radford has evolved into a wonderful and somewhat unintentional parody on the Auckland real estate market.
Unique is a word that should be used sparingly. However, there are exceptions, and this Westmere house is it – a truly one-off design and something very special indeed.
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