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Living with Art: Paula Mills

In her 1920s Victorian weatherboard workers cottage, artist Paula Mills displays a collection that manifests her belief that art should be a resistance to the demands of daily life. Cardia Speziale writes. Photography by Brian Doherty.

Project Sheet: Urban Respite

In a San Franciscan home nestled in the city’s signature bustle, we find old architectural bones in a Mexican-inspired hideaway. Words by Rose of Sharon Leake.

Project Sheet: Speargrass House

From a raised plateau in Queenstown overlooking The Remarkables and Coronet Peak, we take in a home that splendidly echoes the mountain ranges beyond. Words by Rose of Sharon Leake.

Project Sheet: Down to earth

Tracing the history of its clients’ lives and setting the stage for intergenerational memory-making, Terra House is a grounded and truly timeless piece of design. Charlotte Middleton writes.

Project Sheet: A Modern Masterpiece

The designs of Greg Natale unfold in ways not unlike the meticulous handling of a great many puzzle pieces, each one fitting with the next to create wondrous harmony, and an intricate result. Rose of Sharon Leake writes.

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In The Studio with: Hans Van Weerd

Hans Van Weerd has a knack for capturing the essence of a person with the lines of his pencil or strokes of his paintbrush. In his chat with editor Rose of Sharon Leake, the drawer and painter discusses his transition from biologist to fulltime artist, his life-drawing practice, and the intriguing self-portrait he recently completed.

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