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Unveiled Exhibition at the Arthaus in Auckland


A magical collaboration with amazing artist and photographer Virginie Binet-Johnson @virginiejg. We will be showcasing some of our products with her beautiful work during the month of September. Opening night is on Saturday the 7th of September from 6 to 9pm. Closing night is on Tuesday the 17th of September from 6pm to 9pm. Come and join us.

“Gentle visual caress on a soft surface.

Interlacing invisible fragile threads.

Sweet sacred moments to embrace,”




JULY 2019

An article which talks about the launch of the Market Place 1.618 Paris. The Market Place 1.618 is a virtual shop of stylish, beautiful, ethical and sustainable products. We are proud to be mentioned in this article amongst some of the great movers of sustainable luxury products like Stella Mc Cartney.


Translation of an extract of the article:

Launched in 2009, the 1.618 Sustainable Luxury concept store offers an ephemeral lifestyle boutique in Paris dedicated to the new ethical and sustainable luxury, bringing together an international community of brands, entrepreneurs, visionaries and committed creatives from all fields of business. the art of living: design, mobility, gastronomy, new tech, fashion, jewelery, perfume ... All already adhered 10 years ago to the Charter of the movement which specifies "We believe that beauty, durability, creation, quality, respect and emotion, are the new luxury codes of the 21st century ". Its founder and director Barbara Coignet identifies and selects each year with a committee of independent experts the most committed, the most creative and the most inspiring brands.

As the community grows and the demand for luxury and sustainable products explodes, 1.618 launched on July 15, 2019 its online platform.

Barbara Coignet explains: "We wanted to meet the growing demand of aesthetic and exigent consumers, who demand transparency and commitment, for premium and eco-responsible alternatives, which have style but also are ethical and sustainable. The Market Place 1.618 offers a desirable selection of products for consumption that makes sense. Very beautiful quality and innovative products, all manufactured according to ethical standards and respectful of the environment.

So what's on this online store? Fairminded JEM gold jewelery, UJET design eco-scooters, Eve and Daphne natural fragrances and organic soaps, Valentine Gauthier vegetable leather shoes, eco-friendly watches made from recycled Baume materials, wooden furniture and recycled belts by LyZadie Design Studio or paper decorative objects created around the relationship of the man and the nature of the artist Juliette-Andréa Elie. And in the middle of these products, labels "I'm Not For Sale", where we discover animals and landscapes, which make customers aware that the most precious goods of our planet are not for sale.


JULY 2019 - ISSUE 157



April- May 2019 - Issue 56

Italy, Europe

Our creative director, Lyzadie, is mentioned in the April-May issue of Fashion Illustrated as one of the designers to watch this year. A huge compliment.


Translation of the Italian text: “New Zealand designer and architect, Lyzadie Renault is the founder of LyZadie Design Studio. For her collections are inspired by her country and by the craftsmanship of her makers, through the use of natural materials. On the occasion of Milan Design Week, she presented The Flow Coffee table which is handmade in rescued river Rimu wood (recycled wood) and brass in the South Island of New Zealand. Under each table there is a label with the GPS coordinates to trace the origin of the wood.”

Thank you so much Fashion Illustrated for the article. We love it!

3daysofdesign in Copenhagen

May 12 2019


3daysofdesign is Denmark’s annual design event showcasing a curated selection of work from a variety of creative talents – from designers, artisans and architects to producers. Meet the people creating cutting-edge concepts within lifestyle, lighting, furniture or interior design. Experience new ideas, exhibitions, showrooms, pop-up events and more.

It’s your chance to experience Denmark as a design nation in the heart of Copenhagen, a capital pulsating with creativity.

Every year, more and more designers and brands have reached out to participate in our event and this year we are proud to feature 150 exhibitors.

We look forward to seeing you live at 3daysofdesign! See the list of amazing exhibitors here.


We will be exhibiting at the Framing Gallery at the Odd Fellow Palazzo in central Copenhagen amongst top Danish and International designers and brands.

The Marlborough Express

May 2 2019

Milan Furniture fair sets trends


NZ Stuff

April 29 2019

Reflections from Milan's famous furniture fair Salone Internazionale del Mobile by Kirsten Ford.

North Shore interior designer Kirsten Ford.

North Shore interior designer Kirsten Ford.

Thank you NZ Stuff and Kirsten for the great article about us exhibiting in Milan this year. Click on the image of Kirsten to read more.



April 24 2019.

Designer Favourites: The Latest And Greatest Launches At The Milan Furniture Fair 2019 by Tim Rundle.

Great article in the latest Viva magazine about Milan Design Week 2019. Thank you for the mention Tim. Click on the image below to read more.

1.618 Paris

March 2019

A new and beautiful company is joining the 1.618 Community: LyZadie Design Studio, a young New Zealand design brand that, through its magnificent products, wants to share the story of its passions: the Earth, animals, nature and New Zealand.

Working in collaboration with local craftsmen capable of high quality, using almost exclusively natural materials such as wood saved from rivers or wood recovered from destroyed old houses, combined with upcycled materials, the brand systematically thinks about the end of life of its products and ensuring that they are durable, reusable or biodegradable. LyZadieDesign Studio faces many challenges every day by systematically prioritizing its impact on the environment.

We fell in love with the beauty of their products but also with the sincerity of their approach, which is always oriented towards the solution. Here we present our favorite product: the ReLeathered Collection (see photo) composed of black leather belts collected and upcycled to create unique, lively and ultra contemporary furniture. 


After only one year of existence, the brand was invited to exhibit at the Milan Design Week in April 2019.

The story of 1.618 Sustainable Luxury:

We believe that beauty, sustainability, emotion, respect and innovation are the new codes of the 21st century luxury.
Since 2009, the 1.618 Sustainable Luxury Movement gathers together an international network of brands, visionary entrepreneurs and creative minds who build tomorrow's Luxury and design a new lifestyle, responsible and sustainable.
Supported by a committee of sustainable development experts, 1.618 Paris selects and enhances disruptive brands and services that incarnate the New Luxury.
A trendsetter, a consulting firm and a creator of experiences altogether, the agency promotes pioneering companies through unique events, a digital guide & magazine and exclusive curated spaces.



9th to the 14th of April 2019.

We have been invited to exhibit at Milan Design Week 2019, the most prestigious design event in the world. What an honour! We will be exhibiting our 4 collections - The FLOW, the FERN, the WHITE CLOUD and ReLEATHERED. Tables, mirrors, lights, vases, sideboard/credenza and an armoire all handmade in New Zealand.

We are part of Fuorisalone, exhibiting in the Lambrate Design District which this year is joining forces with NYCxDesign from New York. It’s going to be huge!

We will be exhibiting our 4 collections: The FLOW, THE FERN, THE WHITE CLOUD and RELEATHERED.

We will be exhibiting our 4 collections: The FLOW, THE FERN, THE WHITE CLOUD and RELEATHERED.

Verve Magazine

Issue 153 - March 2019: Milan Design Week 2019.


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The Best Design Awards Finalist 2018

THE FLOW COLLECTION 2018 - Excellence in Design and Craftsmanship.

We are over the moon that the Flow Collection is one of the Finalist for this prestigious New Zealand award. Brought to you by The Designers Institute of New Zealand. The Best Design Awards is an annual showcase of excellence in graphic, spatial, product, interactive and motion design along with four boutique awards.

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Urbis magazine

August 2018: The Flow Collection is in the latest Urbis Magazine which is celebrating 20 years of New Zealand Top Design. 





The Design Show 2018

The Flow Collection 2018 was launched during the Design Show 2018. We spent 3 days from the 27th to the 29th of July sharing our beautiful Flow Collection, inspired by New Zealand's South Island braided river, with the public. The response was fantastic.  We also showed for the first time our new lights The White Cloud, inspired by Aotearoa - The Land of The Long White Cloud.

The Design Show 2018 in Auckland.

The Design Show 2018 in Auckland.

The Hobson Magazine

September 2018: The Flow Side Table - Father's Day gift idea. Celebrating their 5th anniversary edition.


Denizen Magazine

Issue 28 - Spring 2018:  'The Flow Side Table - Beautiful in every respect it showcases the epitome of Kiwi craftsmanship and creates a bespoke talking point and an alluring interior addition.'



Verve Magazine

Issue 148 - September 2018: A beautiful article written about Lyzadie Renault, our creative director. Thank you Verve!



Issue 49 - September 2018 - Conversation with Lyzadie Renault and Amanda Harkness.



MODERN LIVING - 14 Sept 2018 by Margie Cooney


Verve Magazine

Issue 150 - November 2018: Introducing 2 new collections: The White Cloud Collection inspired by the Land of the Long White Cloud and ReLeathered Collection inspired by the story of New Zealanders.




The youth suicide rate in New Zealand is the worst in the developed world. Every 63 hours a young person in New Zealand takes their own life (under 24 years old). For a population of 4.5 million in one of the most developed countries in the world this is shocking.

The Lifeline Art Auction and Cocktail Party is all about raising funds and building awareness to youth suicide in New Zealand. More than that, it is a about starting a conversation and doing our bit to help.

We have been overwhelmed by the support for this auction. We have more that $150,000 in art and auction items donated. It is very clear this is a powerful cause that New Zealanders both at home and around the world are very passionate about.

On behalf of Lifeline and the Jake Millar Foundation, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you to the artists, our sponsors and everyone who has made this auction possible. Thank you from the bottom of our heart. This is possible only due to your generosity.

Best wishes,

Jake Millar

Founder, Jake Millar Foundation

Co-founder and CEO, Unfiltered

From left to right: Amanda Watkins, body painted woman and Lyzadie Renault.

From left to right: Amanda Watkins, body painted woman and Lyzadie Renault.

The White Cloud Vase: Donated to the Lifeline Art Auction. Hand blown glass.

The White Cloud Vase: Donated to the Lifeline Art Auction. Hand blown glass.

Verve Magazine

November 2018: Thank you Verve Magazine for picking 3 of our products as your pick of the month in your Home and Design section.


The Hobson Magazine

December 2018: Find us in the latest issue of the Hobson Magazine.


Verve Magazine

Issue 151 -December 2018: Beautiful page about our Flow Dining Table, Wood Fern Mirror and White Cloud Vases. What an amazing cover too!


QT Magazine

ISSUE 104 - SUMMER 2019: Beautiful article about Lyzadie in the latest issue of the QT Magazine.


GOOD Magazine

ISSUE 63 - SUMMER 2019: It’s an honour to be featured in this sustainable magazine. Thank you so much Good Magazine.