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Idealog—in the ideas business


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Winner

Winner of Jasmax video comp: Exploring an urban jungle

Architectural design firm Jasmax is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and, in keeping with the marketing zeitgeist, it asked punters to join in the fun by entering a short video competition, showing "how architecture impacts and facilitates our everyday ... More …


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Architecture

What’s on: Auckland Architecture Week

Next week, the City of Sails will be host to five days of architectural events, with industry-leading speakers and topics focusing on Auckland's design identity – which extends to its oft-used nickname. More …




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Design Thinking

Design thinking quick steps

Always wanted to implement design thinking in your business but have been intimidated by the thought? Don’t be. Design thinking can be fun and invigorating, if you do it right. More …


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Architecture

Tamaki Drive boasts winning architecture

Two pieces of New Zealand architecture have been listed in this year's International Architecture Awards, and that's not the only thing they share – they both reside on the shores of Auckland's Tamaki Drive. More …


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Inspiration

World of Wearable Firsts

Forget Instagram, a project by David Trubridge and Brancott Estate Wines is taking Kiwis' #throwbackthursday to the world stage. More …


From boatyard to boutique

A New Zealand designer is designing furniture from recycled Chinese sailing junks, and selling his pieces all round the world. More …



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Architecture

Hole Or Hope

With a crumbling Cathedral at its centre, the rebuild of Christchurch may appear to be no further ahead than when the Government released the blueprint for its recovery two years ago. But apocalyptic woes involving insurance, political interference and flooding ... More …


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Technology

Tweeting your mood – in glorious technicolour

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If you think tweeting your live response to a conference presentation and seeing it appear on screen is just so… 2013, then the emotion visualisation software developed for the recent TEDxWellington conference may be just the thing for you. More …