A hotel turning heads internationally was inspired by the glacier that once occupied Wakatipu. Kim Dungey reports.
As lockdown continues and schools remain closed, the Otago Daily Times is delivering a bonus.
This steel and concrete home above the Shotover River makes a statement. Kim Dungey reports.
The simple form of this house belies the work that went into it. Kim Dungey reports.
On a former school site in central Dunedin, one of New Zealand’s most ambitious housing experiments has finally come to fruition.
The owner of this Dunedin property wanted a warm, low-maintenance home that maximised the views. Kim Dungey reports.
It was on a Japanese ski trip that the owners of this Wanaka house came to appreciate the efficiency of small spaces. Kim Dungey reports.
This heritage home has been transformed with a sensitive addition that provides for modern, practical living. Kim Dungey reports.
A reminder of a pioneering way of life, this stone cottage near Mosgiel almost didn’t survive. Kim Dungey reports.
Site constraints can lead to innovation, as these two houses on a small, steep plot of land show. Kim Dungey reports.
A four-month renovation connected this Dunedin home to ocean views and a sunny garden. Kim Dungey reports.
This school arts centre is anything but predictable. Kim Dungey reports.
Scores of students passed through this grand Dunedin property before it reverted to a family home. Kim Dungey reports.
Heritage building enthusiasts Ted and Ita Daniels have created an ultra-modern apartment on top of Dunedin’s historic Stanton Building. Kim Dungey reports.
Bob Fitzpatrick likes nothing more than searching for a new treasure for his Dunedin house. Kim Dungey reports.
Persistence paid off for the owner of this renovated Dunedin villa. Kim Dungey reports.
In today’s open-plan homes, life inevitably revolves around the kitchen. Sculleries, multi-purpose islands and a connection to the outdoors are often on the wish list and many feature a mix of materials.
Ten years ago, Otago’s school leavers were looking forward to a bright future. Kim Dungey asks those who received ODT Class Act awards in 2010 how they are dealing with the Covid curve ball.
Some have had to cancel overseas travel, some already out of the country are missing family but Breiana Bennetts sums it up in a sentence: "Covid-19 has changed every single one of my 2020 plans."
The strangest thing about studying at Cambridge University is how quickly it ceases to be strange, Oliver Hailes says.