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Brilliante by FAP evokes the natural appearance of precious
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of ceramics. Brilliante uses a revolutionary production process,
resulting in lightweight, easy to lay tiles with an imperceptible
flexibility and a mirror-like shiny surface.
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U4 182 Winton Road
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324 Charles Street
41 Strickland Street
7 Anzac Terrace
8 Sharpe Ave
PORT HEDLAND 40 Anderson Street
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Totem was first created for an
avid CD collector. It had to be
easy to access, update and extend.
Nathan Goldsworthy, of Conscious
Design, designed Totem with folded
aluminium and an ash-timber spine.
The shelves cantilever off the
timber spine and can be adjusted
for up to 170 discs or anything else
you’ve got to display. There is also
a wider, deeper format Totem for
books. Price from NZ$920 (A$716).
New menswear label On & On
from Mount Maunganui has just
released a collection of Italian
leather cases fo r Maci ntosh lovers.
The iPhone, iPad and MacBook
covers were developed by On &
On designer/founder Jake Pyne
with the help of a tradition al
saddler/leathe r worke r. The leather
pieces are han d- selected an d
han dmade in New Zealan d. From
NZ$89.90 (A$69). Visit ona ndon.
co.nz , s hop .thanksyo.com.
NZ-based journa list Kris Herbe r t is a
se lf-confe ssed design j unkie and love r
of NZ’s cutting-edge sce ne.
What’s your number- one obsession
in NZ design right now? I must have
a New Zealand -m ad e, Italian leather
iPhone cover from On & On (right).
A hue you are loving for autumn?
A friend once said: “Grey is one of
my favou rite shades of black .” A nd
I agree. This autumn I’m loving a
wide spectru m of greys.
Which designe r do you have your
eye on? Nathan Goldsworthy, of
Conscious Design, neve r fails to impress
with his well-thought-out design, but
I am also excited by the calibre of the
student entries in the Best Awards
(see two examples over the page).
New Zealand correspondent
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