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Finding great books devoted to New Zealand architecture is as easy as pie, but when it comes to those on contemporary New Zealand interiors, it can be a different story. As editor of online journal The New and owner of Waihi Beach homeware store Sunday, Alana Broadhead couldn’t help but notice the discrepancy. In response, she’s created a coffee-table book to showcase the coming of age of our interiors, which she says have moved out of an awkward teenage phase to become more worldly, confident and discerning.

So, Alana, how was editing similar or different — you could easily open an international interiors book and see them there.

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