The folks at Bell Stephenson Architecture are dedicated not only to delivering work that looks good in the glossy magazines, but also that really “works” in the environment.
The Rudolph Steiner School in Motueka, NZ has to move. Parents, teachers, and students, alike — all come together to ask the world for funding — to help them find their new home.
Up on a remote mountaintop just past Takaka, you’re in for quite the experience. India may be so far, and yet feel so close.
Verena has carried with her a deep love for earth ever since she was a kid. Now she gets to live out her passion by bringing it straight into other peoples’ homes.
Paul is a true visionary. Here’s his answer to the dilemma of how to make international travel a sustainable activity.
David Musgrave of Waihi Bush Organic Farm needed to communicate to customers outside New Zealand why he named his brand “Waihi Bush.”
The people of Atamai are in the beginning stages of building a community that they hope will be resilient through peak oil and the energy descent.
Oamaru, New Zealand has plenty to offer visitors in terms of authentic architecture and wild steampunk art, but really it’s the locals that make the place special.
Die-hard Lord of the Rings fans journey to the end of the earth to experience the movie locations in person. Melissa’s got to make it worth their while!
Amanda wanted to showcase the highlights of her land, since she has just started leasing it commercially for film locations & events.
Kevin wanted to show potential customers that despite popular opinion, riding a Segway is actually quite cool.
Andrew reckons it’s a shame; travelers visit New Zealand and leave with tacky souvenirs: factory-made trinkets made in another country. Vesta is his answer.
Craig Kohland wanted to put together a video for investors which shows the vibrancy of the blossoming yoga/music/dance community, and his interconnectedness with it.