This Dunedin home pushes boundaries, as Kim Dungey reports.
A love of restoring boats led Mandy Groshinski to Central Otago's big-sky, writes Bryce Langston in this extract from Living Big in a Tiny House.
Dunedin Botanic Garden contains an astonishing array of environments within its boundaries, including plants from the four corners of the world. Staff nominate some of the best.
Applying science to building will give us better performing houses, says Peter Wolfkamp. He talks to Kim Dungey.
A cross-shaped house on a steep section in St Clair is the answer to the homeowners’ prayers. Kim Dungey reports.
When it comes to getting a head start on the growing season, hydroponics could give you a helping hand, writes Diana Noonan.
Creating this unconventional holiday home was a team effort involving family and friends. Kim Dungey reports.
Want to attract bees and other pollinators to your garden? These easy-to-grow perennials are proven to benefit everyone, writes Rebecca Lees.
A Dunedin house built more than 120 years ago is a treasure trove of historic items and details. Kim Dungey reports.