• Fabric Warehouse by Fearon Hay // Auckland, New Zealand.

    Posted on 12th October, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design. 4 Comments


    We all know by now that Fearon Hay Architects are pretty hot. As in, major levels of extreme hotness come out of their Auckland studio. Consistently. It’s exhausting. I’ve been keeping a close eye on their equally hot website, and I felt super excited when I recently discovered their latest project which I am sharing with you today. This beautiful interior was designed for a fabric importer and it’s situated in a 1960′s warehouse in Auckland.



    Let’s face it – this project is all about the beutifully detailed rosewood-edged glass blades and pivot doors. They are absolutely stunning in their proportion, detailing and refinement. Without these panels, this interior’s got nothin’! And I mean that in the nicest possible way. This project is yet another proof that a single element, no matter how simple or small, can create magic when executed with commitment and conviction. In other words – there is absolutely no reason to cram a space with a million different ideas and gestures. Ok, sure – at times this approach can also work, but sometimes all the space really needs is less.

    Well played Fearon Hay. Well played.


    [Images courtesy of Fearon Hay. Photography by Jackie Meiring.]

  • 4 Responses to “Fabric Warehouse by Fearon Hay // Auckland, New Zealand.”

    1. cabbagerose says:

      fabulous space…great write-up. thanks.

    2. Ben says:

      This is awesome. I just love all the things you find and share with us. Thank you.
      Ps. Also love the updated rotating images on the front page of the blog. Hot!

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