Elements arrives

Posted on 28/04/2018 by Kovacs
Sometimes you have to work hard to make a furniture piece fit its setting. Occasionally however, everything just clicks into place. Such is the case with our new modular seating. Now versatile and enduring style is elementary.

Better with age

Posted on 25/03/2018 by Kovacs
A community centre in Christchurch’s new retirement village has been recognised for its colourful style and sophistication, with Kovacs chairs helping set the scene.

The Europe report

Posted on 27/04/2017 by Kovacs
Milan’s annual Salone del Mobile would overwhelm most first-timers. This year Hildy and Johnny took on everything the big event had to offer.

Big screen. Small details.

Posted on 07/02/2017 by Kovacs
Some film directors are renowned for their idiosyncratic style and incredible attention to detail. We've chosen five of our favourites. Well, four favourites and one who's a little out of left field...

Off his rocker..

Posted on 06/02/2017 by Kovacs
Artist Haris Jusovic’s conceptual designs put an entirely new spin on the term ‘couch potato’...

The wood works

Posted on 01/11/2016 by Kovacs
As a primary piece in the living area the coffee table needs to work both as a standalone feature and a complimentary piece. Our new ParkA table delivers this balance beautifully

Where the heart is

Posted on 30/10/2016 by Kovacs
It wasn’t just Auckland that was enjoying wine, nibbles and design in the spring of 2016.

A reconfiguration

Posted on 04/10/2016 by Kovacs
The evolution of a popular Papanui dining and conference destination required a careful balance of ‘here and now’ style and enduring construction for the years ahead.

Feature comforts

Posted on 30/09/2016 by Kovacs
Sometimes less truly is more. Such is the case with the Jed – the clean, contemporary lines of the new settee backed by a focused stylistic bearing and clever adaptability.

The QBE thinks outside the box

Posted on 06/09/2016 by Kovacs
We always look to ‘innovate without irrelevance’, producing design that is original and evocative without unnecessary complication or compromised comfort.

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