AN ICON FOR EAST FRAME

striking, sixteen-metre tall, totem-esque sculpture is planned for Christchurch’s East Frame, adding a touch of Tongan and Aotearoa New Zealand culture to further complement the city’s cultural diversity and understanding.

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A SECOND CHANCE

Danni France has lived a life and a half already. In the few short months since launching her online store The Mustard Jumper, her brand has grown from vintage homewares and clothing to a platform of transparency and positive impact.

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LUXURY PARKSIDE LIVING

Grigori Koulanov, the director of Hagley Mews developer Profico, moved to Christchurch in the mid-1990s with his parents. He mentions that his family almost settled here by chance – giving it a year to see if it was a city for them.

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A CENTRAL CITY PAMPERING

An exciting addition to the CBD is Moss Spa, thefirst purpose-built spa to open since the earthquakes. Spa Manager Kirsten Yellowlees and her team are ready to introduce Christchurch to a whole new level of pampering, luxury, and relaxation.

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STRIVING FOR SUSTAINABILITY

The growing phenomenon of sustainability has brought the principles of ‘renew’, ‘restore’ and ‘revive’ into the limelight. Evidence of these ideas gaining meaningful traction is ubiquitous – from a growing opposition to fast fashion, right through to more environmentally-conscious New Zealand farming.

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RIVERSIDE REJUVENATION

Planning and delivering property development is his forte, designing inspiring spaces is hers. Together, Kris and Georgie Inglis are making an impressive contribution towards Christchurch’s soon-to- be-opened Riverside Market.

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THE NEXT CHALLENGE

The Hewitt’s residence overlooking Redcliffs is a rebuild of epic proportions, balanced by nature and the character of plush interior design. It’s now time for them to look towards their next challenge.

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