Other formats

    Adobe Portable Document Format file (facsimile images)   TEI XML file   ePub eBook file  


    mail icontwitter iconBlogspot iconrss icon

New Zealand Home & Building, October-November 1985

Contents — October/November, 1985

October/November, 1985

On our cover

The ballroom, Government House, Wellington — one of the many rooms to be featured inside this recently revamped residence. Story, as seen through the eyes of Lady Beattie, pages 8-15.

Photo: Jane Ussher.

8 Government House, Wellington — the story of the building's recent face-lift, seen through the eyes of Lady Beattie.
25 Room at the top — making the most of city views.
45 Plugging the bathroom — the room in which we like to indulge the most.
61 Making an entrance — re-orienting the house to make the most of sun and views.
74 The Pink Palace — Epsom bungalow undergoes dramatic transformation.
7 Ferry buildings, Auckland — deciding their future.
37 Banking on success — new trends in banking interiors revealed.
120 The band rotunda, Oriental Bay — now accommodating diners at Nicholson's restaurant.
127 Upstairs, Downstairs — Swinsons new wallpaper showroom is a gallery of design.
8 Government House, Wellington — antiques and soft pinks the order of the day.
42 Tactile textiles — International Wool Secretariat Collection.
45 Bathrooms — inspiring rooms in which to be.
64 Designers at work — what designers do for themselves.
85 The hard and soft facts on flooring — assessing the various flooring alternatives.
111 Handles with care — looking at what's available in knobs today.
127 A gallery of design — the Italian inspired Swinson showroom.
133 Magic carpets — Maxwell Rodgers off to a flying start.
5 Editorial
18 Crafts: John Papas and his ceramic landscapes.
22 Skyline sculpture — chimney pots past and present.
30 Marketplace — seeing red.
55 In Brief.
58 Victor Pritchett on the history of interior design, Part IV.
81 Shattering experiences — the good news and bad news about safety glass.
135 Thinking it through with Tony Watkins.
Free Supplement
48 pages on The Landscaped Garden, focussing particularly on pool design and how it integrates with other exterior design elements to produce the ideal landscaped setting.
page break