Life After Savvy

A Massachusetts newspaper feature on NZ wine covers the country’s world famous sauvignon blanc, increasingly renowned pinot noir and the cool climate whites now waiting for their turn in the spotlight. The author talks to winemakers from both ends of the production spectrum: industry heavyweight and “screwcap revolutionary” Kim Crawford and acclaimed boutique producer Kathy Lynskey. “If New Zealanders aren’t quite the good-time, good-value blokes or such big producers as the Aussies, they are self-reliant, inventive and egalitarian, which gives their young industry a bit of green-clean purity, experimentation and pluck.”


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Sandra Nunnerley Launches Sculptural Corian Tables

Sandra Nunnerley Launches Sculptural Corian Tables

What happens when you shape Corian, a material best known for kitchen and bathroom applications, into modern furniture? Something arrestingly beautiful – more indicative of museum-grade sculpture than a mere functional…