The REJIGIT Blog
Here you can find articles about things that interest us at REJIGIT.

​An unconventional Wellington hotel.

The REJIGIT Blog5 days ago

Maybe a minimalistic solution to a housing shortage.

The REJIGIT Blog2 weeks ago

​A new and vibrant Inner-City Supermarket in Christchurch.

The REJIGIT Blog1 day ago

The Art of the Barber doesn’t get any more hip than this.

The REJIGIT Blog3 weeks ago

Fascinating images from the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.

The REJIGIT Blog4 weeks ago

A Rejigit P.S.A. “Be extremely cautious while gardening”

The REJIGIT Blog4 weeks ago

​Historically significant Christchurch building restored in fine style.

The REJIGIT Blog15/10/2018

​A highly commendable salvo in the campaign for sustainable practices.

The REJIGIT Blog11/10/2018

More brilliance from Joe Bennett.

The REJIGIT Blog24/09/2018

Prospects for a new addition to Auckland's skyline.

The REJIGIT Blog09/10/2018

New Zealand's entry for the 2019 Venice Biennale.

The REJIGIT Blog18/09/2018

​Innovative all-timber building going up in Christchurch.

The REJIGIT Blog05/09/2018

Melbourne to have twisted twin towers.

The REJIGIT Blog23/08/2018

​A class act on a steep site.

The REJIGIT Blog13/08/2018

Geometric art installations with an ethereal dimension.

The REJIGIT Blog09/08/2018

​What if this transpires to be a leaky building.

The REJIGIT Blog06/08/2018

​Italian marble at its best.

The REJIGIT Blog05/08/2018

​An architectural monstrosity in Mumbai.

The REJIGIT Blog05/08/2018

The new Huawei P20 Pro Phone sports a very impressive camera.

The REJIGIT Blog02/08/2018

Chinese fashion designer caters for East and West.

The REJIGIT Blog13/07/2018

Amazing aerial photography of New York City's skyline.

The REJIGIT Blog15/07/2018

​NZ wilderness legacy is being squandered!

The REJIGIT Blog17/07/2018

The Morpheus Hotel in Macau

The REJIGIT Blog29/06/2018

A notable New Zealand Haute Couturièr.

The REJIGIT Blog16/06/2018

​New Zealand Institute of Architects Canterbury Architecture Awards 2018

The REJIGIT Blog16/06/2018

​The art of Wine Wizardry.

The REJIGIT Blog08/06/2018

Cakes can be a work of art.

The REJIGIT Blog31/05/2018

Accomplished New Zealand photographer showcases Aotearoa.

The REJIGIT Blog03/06/2018

​Flower power in bracelets.

The REJIGIT Blog22/05/2018

​St George's Chapel, an extraordinary wedding venue.

The REJIGIT Blog21/05/2018

​Acoustically & thermally efficient wall tiles.

The REJIGIT Blog20/05/2018

Heavenly Bodies exhibition in NY.

The REJIGIT Blog19/05/2018

A Jenga type tower in Lower Manhattan.

The REJIGIT Blog09/05/2018

Another splendid example of blending new and old.

The REJIGIT Blog27/04/2018

Honouring excellence within U.S. Journalism & Arts.

The REJIGIT Blog08/05/2018

A magical Author & Children’s book illustrator.

The REJIGIT Blog23/04/2018

Rejigit update on N.Z. problem with Chicken & Campylobacter.

The REJIGIT Blog20/06/2018

A superb blend of 19th century and minimalist ultra modern.

The REJIGIT Blog13/04/2018

Interesting images from a travelling photographer.

The REJIGIT Blog11/04/2018

​Unorthodox tourist accommodation in Amsterdam.

The REJIGIT Blog09/04/2018

​A pool table very unlike the traditional design.

The REJIGIT Blog09/04/2018

Identify plants and more in your own garden.

The REJIGIT Blog06/04/2018

Bikes for Africa, in China.

The REJIGIT Blog28/03/2018

Melbourne's brilliant digital strategy to save trees.

The REJIGIT Blog27/03/2018

Very ritzy horse stables in Argentina.

The REJIGIT Blog24/03/2018

Bermuda has an excellent system for harvesting rain water.

The REJIGIT Blog22/03/2018

An unusual view of the World.

The REJIGIT Blog20/03/2018

The world’s oceans are being choked by plastic crap.

The REJIGIT Blog3 hours ago

​A "Singles" initiative by Christchurch's Court Theatre.

The REJIGIT Blog10/03/2018

Drones capable of seeding 100,000 plants per day.

The REJIGIT Blog01/03/2018

A free online course for those with an interest in architecture.

The REJIGIT Blog01/03/2018

Rejigit Rant: Would you pay $99.90 per kg for this ?

The REJIGIT Blog28/02/2018

Mushroom dish recommendations from Rejigit

The REJIGIT Blog27/02/2018

We can't quite get our head around this magic.

The REJIGIT Blog19/02/2018

A Shanghai building with a veil.

The REJIGIT Blog15/02/2018

Feel the buzz

The REJIGIT Blog10/02/2018

Magic with paper

The REJIGIT Blog08/02/2018

Encouraging example of an eco friendly building.

The REJIGIT Blog07/02/2018

The big question is, who will pay ?

The REJIGIT Blog03/02/2018

A waterless fountain

The REJIGIT Blog01/02/2018

From grain silos to art museum.

The REJIGIT Blog01/02/2018

Blue Whale at London's Natural History Museum

The REJIGIT Blog31/01/2018

Wonderful Wisteria in West Sussex

The REJIGIT Blog29/01/2018

​This is a different version of glamping.

The REJIGIT Blog30/01/2018

Digital expression of traditional art.

The REJIGIT Blog27/01/2018

​China’s new buildings continue to reach for the stars.

The REJIGIT Blog25/01/2018

​A Rejigit rant: Christchurch drinking water is going down the gurgler in every respect!

The REJIGIT Blog05/02/2018

​The most expensive hotel suite on the French Riviera.

The REJIGIT Blog21/01/2018

​Another example of exceptional architectural skill by Mexico's EF+CG.

The REJIGIT Blog18/01/2018

A genius idea to secure bicycles.

The REJIGIT Blog17/01/2018

Another exciting example of technological progress in the field of medical analysis.

The REJIGIT Blog17/01/2018

Seasons Greetings

The REJIGIT Blog06/01/2018

​Saudi Arabia does most things on a grand scale and this new hotel is no exception.

The REJIGIT Blog21/12/2017

A unique and beautiful Christmas Tree.

The REJIGIT Blog15/12/2017

Amazing looking rental property in France with an equally amazing lap-pool.

The REJIGIT Blog26/12/2017

​la Fête des Lumières light show in Lyon, France

The REJIGIT Blog14/12/2017

From the 19th to the 21st Century and looking fantastic.

The REJIGIT Blog14/12/2017

High quality pre-fabricated steel frame homes erected in a flash.

The REJIGIT Blog11/12/2017

​Amazing job done in breathing new life into a 1970’s concrete house.

The REJIGIT Blog30/11/2017

A distinguished New Zealand Architect

The REJIGIT Blog16/11/2017

​A new dimension in textured and coloured finishes

The REJIGIT Blog03/11/2017

Contemporary New Zealand house known as "Under the Alps"

The REJIGIT Blog03/11/2017

​Punters visiting this Aus pub get to sit in a pipe.

The REJIGIT Blog21/10/2017

Why slum it in Barcelona

The REJIGIT Blog20/10/2017

​Postmodern Art Deco reflection of historical decadence

The REJIGIT Blog18/10/2017

A New Zealand furniture artist

The REJIGIT Blog13/10/2017

Ground-breaking medical technology research in Christchurch, New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog09/10/2017

​Transformation of sand to soil

The REJIGIT Blog06/10/2017

Intricate, lightweight public space installation

The REJIGIT Blog29/09/2017

​A redundant church hall became an upmarket residence.

The REJIGIT Blog20/09/2017

Extraordinary archictectural wirework

The REJIGIT Blog09/05/2018

Some of the best marble in the world

The REJIGIT Blog20/09/2017

​Private spiritual retreat exudes tranquillity and calmness

The REJIGIT Blog12/09/2017

Staircases with attitude and altitude.

The REJIGIT Blog07/09/2017

Francis Bacon (the artist), purveyor of artistic violence

The REJIGIT Blog11/09/2017

Kayaks which aren't a pain in the butt to transport

The REJIGIT Blog30/08/2017

Contemporary paintings influenced by the old masters

The REJIGIT Blog28/08/2017

Designer blinds with a holy effect.

The REJIGIT Blog22/08/2017

A classy joint in San Fran.

The REJIGIT Blog14/08/2017

​Minnie Mouse shoes

The REJIGIT Blog13/08/2017

​Forget about shoelaces ??

The REJIGIT Blog07/02/2018

This artist pops his work.

The REJIGIT Blog11/08/2017

​Wellington to have world’s tallest wooden office building.

The REJIGIT Blog07/09/2018

Danish church honours a prominent historical citizen.

The REJIGIT Blog10/08/2017

Exciting bookstores are still out there.

The REJIGIT Blog07/08/2017

From factory to offices in Guangzhou.

The REJIGIT Blog07/08/2017

Rejigit Rant: Dodgy beef product ?

The REJIGIT Blog27/03/2018

​A jumble building which provides privacy.

The REJIGIT Blog27/07/2017

Auckland airport to construct an additional runway and the Art of noise abatement.

The REJIGIT Blog11/08/2017

Rejigit Public Service Report: “Chicken & Campylobacter”

The REJIGIT Blog18/04/2018

​Slate scales add pizzazz to this Melbourne home.

The REJIGIT Blog08/07/2017

Rejigit Rant: New Zealand taxis fares can be a rip-off.

The REJIGIT Blog11/07/2017

Museums are more popular than ever.

The REJIGIT Blog28/06/2017

​Packaging as we know it, will eventually become a thing of the past.

The REJIGIT Blog27/06/2017

Motor garage, nek minute delightful living space

The REJIGIT Blog24/06/2017

Eye-popping suspended art installations

The REJIGIT Blog22/06/2017

A sophisticated demonstration of re-purposing.

The REJIGIT Blog24/06/2017

Get lost in the curves.

The REJIGIT Blog16/06/2017

Ground-breaking heart research in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The REJIGIT Blog21/07/2017

A stunning five storey house in Dallas, Texas.

The REJIGIT Blog01/06/2017

Rejigit Rant: Fences do NOT keep leachates out of N.Z.'s waterways.

The REJIGIT Blog07/08/2017

The Art of logistical investing.

The REJIGIT Blog20/05/2017

​Bronzes of fractured figures reflect emotional turmoil.

The REJIGIT Blog18/05/2017

Rejigit Rant: Maybe N.Z.'s Environment Minister doesn't know his ass from a hole in the ground.

The REJIGIT Blog18/05/2017

These look like attractive and effective earplugs.

The REJIGIT Blog12/05/2017

​Atmospheric theatres were a type of movie palace that were popular in the 1920's.

The REJIGIT Blog11/05/2017

Rejigit Rant (vol:3). More on the sorry plight of NZ's Lakes, Rivers and Streams.

The REJIGIT Blog10/05/2017

Some of the extraordinary glass creations of Dr Dale Chihuly

The REJIGIT Blog08/05/2017

Eye-watering auction expectations for contemporary prints.

The REJIGIT Blog23/05/2017

A highly individual gallery in Spain by Renzo Piano

The REJIGIT Blog03/05/2017

A stunning blast from the past from Jaguar

The REJIGIT Blog02/05/2017

Parametric furniture with organic elegance.

The REJIGIT Blog26/04/2017

Rejigit Rant: Nitrogen run-off is killing New Zealand waterways and it's a truly shameful state of affairs !

The REJIGIT Blog28/04/2017

One of the more salubrious mansion motor homes.

The REJIGIT Blog05/04/2017

Afternoon tea inspired by art.

The REJIGIT Blog04/04/2017

The ultimate DIY yarn fashion machine.

The REJIGIT Blog04/04/2017

Art reflecting various states of mind.

The REJIGIT Blog01/04/2017

Artistic 3D modelling for aquariums.

The REJIGIT Blog30/03/2017

An artist said by some to be up there with Picasso.

The REJIGIT Blog28/03/2017

R.I.P. Murray Ball, New Zealand cartoonist extraordinaire.

The REJIGIT Blog16/03/2017

The ambience of Lisbon via some of the City's storefronts.

The REJIGIT Blog13/03/2017

The art of vegetable and fruit carving

The REJIGIT Blog08/03/2017

Another brilliant example of the art of blending new and old.

The REJIGIT Blog03/03/2017

Rejigit Rant: New Zealand government "Fresh Water Quality Announcement" is a hoax.

The REJIGIT Blog28/03/2017

DIY and grow your own with this clever concept

The REJIGIT Blog23/02/2017

Upmarket penthouse in a historic NY clock tower

The REJIGIT Blog24/02/2017

An eagles nocturnal perspective

The REJIGIT Blog23/02/2017

These structures may be cheaper than some tents

The REJIGIT Blog24/02/2017

Hamburg's most impressive concert hall

The REJIGIT Blog21/02/2017

Quirky architechtural design adds pizzaz

The REJIGIT Blog20/02/2017

Sophisticated shoe boutique on Madison Avenue

The REJIGIT Blog19/02/2017

Pools with views to die for

The REJIGIT Blog16/02/2017

Impressive London public space sky garden

The REJIGIT Blog13/02/2017

No trees required for this hammock

The REJIGIT Blog13/02/2017

Another example of an ecco friendly building

The REJIGIT Blog12/02/2017

Potentially the most expensive residential property ever sold.

The REJIGIT Blog09/02/2017

Minimalist residence by the ocean in Brazil

The REJIGIT Blog17/02/2017

Eye-watering prices for sculpture pieces

The REJIGIT Blog06/02/2017

Elegant and practical shelving in a shoe shop

The REJIGIT Blog01/02/2017

A tragic loss of a historic architectural site in Syria

The REJIGIT Blog26/08/2017

An eerie former fishing settlement in Hungary

The REJIGIT Blog06/02/2017

The outcome of this renovation will be interesting

The REJIGIT Blog19/01/2017

Looks like a great place to spent time by the beach

The REJIGIT Blog18/01/2017

Very impressive New Zealand sculpture park

The REJIGIT Blog17/01/2017

Wonders of nature

The REJIGIT Blog11/01/2017

Christmas Greetings from Rejigit

The REJIGIT Blog23/12/2016

________________The genius of Picasso__________

The REJIGIT Blog23/12/2016

The world of miniature trees

The REJIGIT Blog21/12/2016

A stunning crystal lighting series by a Czecholslavia company.

The REJIGIT Blog19/12/2016

The ambience of Paris via some of the City's storefronts.

The REJIGIT Blog15/12/2016

A rare version of a Bentley Continental. Number one in a series of one.

The REJIGIT Blog13/12/2016

Ferrari is ideal for a residence like this

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Engineered art with flair and a message

The REJIGIT Blog10/12/2016

Flowers frozen in time.

The REJIGIT Blog08/12/2016

​Restaurant in a cave on the Adriatic Sea

The REJIGIT Blog07/12/2016

Bespoke motorcycles inspired by art

The REJIGIT Blog05/12/2016

Beautiful renditions of fashion and food.

The REJIGIT Blog06/12/2016

Shared office space makes good sense.

The REJIGIT Blog28/11/2016

Wire-frame versions of the Range Rover Evoque Convertible.

The REJIGIT Blog28/11/2016

Divorce celebration cakes and why not.

The REJIGIT Blog25/11/2016

Spectacular green houses at a gin distillery

The REJIGIT Blog24/11/2016

Beautiful examples of the Light fantastic

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2016

Buildings can be dressed up.

The REJIGIT Blog18/11/2016

Delightful blending of new and old.

The REJIGIT Blog19/11/2016

Clever use of the humble moulding.

The REJIGIT Blog16/11/2016

Example of ostentatious extravagance.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Grab the reins, keep your wits, life is fleeting.

The REJIGIT Blog15/11/2016

May be tempting to spend more time looking up.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Mary Poppins nowhere to be seen.

The REJIGIT Blog19/11/2016

This would be exciting in Jaws territory.

The REJIGIT Blog13/11/2016

A blend of Nature and Art.

The REJIGIT Blog12/11/2016

There is art in recycled clothing

The REJIGIT Blog10/11/2016

Unordinary public seating

The REJIGIT Blog10/11/2016

Big bags for a little lady.

The REJIGIT Blog10/11/2016

E-commerce is proving ideal for a group of mothers.

The REJIGIT Blog09/11/2016

This staircase is not going to wear out anytime soon.

The REJIGIT Blog08/11/2016

Chair designed to reflect an author's work.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Data can have artistic flair.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Coffee tables for Petrol Heads.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

A sophisticated example of 3D printed fashion attire.

The REJIGIT Blog05/11/2016

In this case, the Stairs are the centrepiece.

The REJIGIT Blog04/11/2016

Geodesic garden dome.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Security measures needn't be unsightly.

The REJIGIT Blog03/11/2016

Inexpensive user-friendly steps concept.

The REJIGIT Blog04/11/2016

Facebook carried away with a censorship role

The REJIGIT Blog19/11/2016

Could be a nightmare to maintain this superb garden.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Out of left-field Rejigit Rant: Why can't New Zealand's food chain be better protected ?

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

New lounge sofa collection inspired by Japanese culture.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Road travel has become more comfortable in the U.S.

The REJIGIT Blog01/11/2016

Adventurous architectural design in Bangkok.

The REJIGIT Blog31/10/2016

The ultimate in vehicle picnic hampers.

The REJIGIT Blog31/10/2016

Promoting fitness and weight loss.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Stylish fit-out for a Parisian Perfumery.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Muriel Grateau's art de la table.

The REJIGIT Blog29/10/2016

Timber is a premium construction material

The REJIGIT Blog28/10/2016

More examples of the tasteful art of blending old with new.

The REJIGIT Blog28/10/2016

A very posh Aussie butcher shop

The REJIGIT Blog28/10/2016

High-end cruising.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Exterior wallpaper sounds like a good idea.

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

This campaign was a clever stroke by IBM

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

The Bank of Moscow doesn't appear to be experiencing financial stress.

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

The Art of Kintsugi can save the day.

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

Body painter extraordinaire

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

Artlessness of the Trump

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Creative brilliance on display at Milan's Design Week

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2016

The big bad wolf won't blow this one down.

The REJIGIT Blog23/10/2016

Brilliant alternative to traditional paper plates

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

​Sit up and relax or sit back and relax.

The REJIGIT Blog21/10/2016

A very cool way to dress up a wall

The REJIGIT Blog20/10/2016

Understated elegance in Beirut

The REJIGIT Blog19/10/2016

Upmarket Chalet in Austria

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

The art of Persian carpet painting

The REJIGIT Blog18/10/2016

The art of blending of new and old

The REJIGIT Blog16/10/2016

Smart door lock controlled by a smart phone.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Cleverly designed triple hammocks

The REJIGIT Blog14/10/2016

Italian Colletto Bed looks really comfy.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

London's 2016 RIBA Regent Street windows project

The REJIGIT Blog14/10/2016

Some basic principles and practices of Feng Shui

The REJIGIT Blog13/10/2016

The Ducati Monster range are horny looking machines.

The REJIGIT Blog13/10/2016

Julia Child introduced her version of French cuisine to the U.S. from a modest kitchen

The REJIGIT Blog12/10/2016

Most interesting contemporary small apartment in Mexico.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Outstanding examples of sculptural surrealism

The REJIGIT Blog30/05/2018

A different take on shoe design out of Japan.

The REJIGIT Blog06/10/2016

Huge and outstanding example of public art.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

An interesting means of disguising urban eyesores.

The REJIGIT Blog05/10/2016

Brilliant concept for launching a new lighting range.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

A modern version of a historic chair design.

The REJIGIT Blog05/10/2016

Nostalgic light fittings

The REJIGIT Blog05/10/2016

Spectacular new lighting technology.

The REJIGIT Blog05/10/2016

Another take on the Paris skyline.

The REJIGIT Blog03/10/2016

Magnificent Fabergé Eggs.

The REJIGIT Blog30/09/2016

History of airline cabin crew uniforms.

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Snap shots of history by way of doll houses.

The REJIGIT Blog06/11/2016

Van Gogh's famous bedroom.

The REJIGIT Blog29/09/2016

Architectural exhibit at Kensington Garden

The REJIGIT Blog29/09/2016

The Art of Sushi.

The REJIGIT Blog28/09/2016

The Art of Noodles.

The REJIGIT Blog28/09/2016

Ziggy Stardust was an avid collector of Art.

The REJIGIT Blog13/11/2016

The art of Mouse Trapping.

The REJIGIT Blog26/09/2016

The new age of tech

The REJIGIT Blog26/09/2016

A brilliant example of the art of 3-D Printing.

The REJIGIT Blog23/09/2016

Dark art of environmental vandalism.

The REJIGIT Blog11/09/2016

A very talented Fashion Illustrator & Art Director.

The REJIGIT Blog08/09/2016

An iconic chair.

The REJIGIT Blog07/09/2016

A row has erupted over the Blackest Black.

The REJIGIT Blog06/12/2016

Not the prettiest but impressive perfomance.

The REJIGIT Blog04/09/2016

Bringing a shipwreck back to life.

The REJIGIT Blog01/09/2016

Rejigit Rant: Why not just serve food on plates !

The REJIGIT Blog01/09/2016

A new luxury hotel in New York.

The REJIGIT Blog01/09/2016

A magnificent bookstore like no other.

The REJIGIT Blog25/08/2016

A table as a conversation piece.

The REJIGIT Blog14/11/2016

Stunning Church conversion

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

The sheer artistry of flowers.

The REJIGIT Blog24/08/2016

Francois Catroux: Interior designer extraordinaire

The REJIGIT Blog23/08/2016

A solar roof system which is the roof.

The REJIGIT Blog22/08/2016

An impressive structure in Azerbaijan.

The REJIGIT Blog23/01/2018

Revolutionary 3D-Printed motorcycle from Airbus

The REJIGIT Blog18/08/2016

North Korea's nightmarish architecture

The REJIGIT Blog18/08/2016

Property owners in China stand their ground.

The REJIGIT Blog17/08/2016

Houses for circa $400,000 around the world.

The REJIGIT Blog15/08/2016

The art of a forger

The REJIGIT Blog11/08/2016

Interpreting Graffiti tags for those that care.

The REJIGIT Blog10/08/2016

New Zealand artist Simon Denny

The REJIGIT Blog09/08/2016

The work of art and science.

The REJIGIT Blog09/08/2016

Art of Street Food

The REJIGIT Blog18/08/2016

More on photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva. Mammoth Hunters.

The REJIGIT Blog06/08/2016

Evgenia Arbugaeva a Russian photographer

The REJIGIT Blog05/08/2016

Salvador Dali was multi talented.

The REJIGIT Blog21/11/2016

Arguably the world's finest private art collection

The REJIGIT Blog02/08/2016

Revolutionary motorbike and a work of art

The REJIGIT Blog25/12/2016

Windows which convert to balconies.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Helping to preserve an ancient artisan skill.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

New and old, and in tune with conservation requirements.

The REJIGIT Blog14/07/2016

A thing of beauty

The REJIGIT Blog14/07/2016

Spiral staircase inspired by a Whale's Spine.

The REJIGIT Blog08/07/2016

New Zealand Artist paints birds with hats

The REJIGIT Blog08/07/2016

Thought provoking quotations.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

A prank in an art gallery.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Architecture inspired by nature.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Clever ocean clean-up gear.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Aldana Ferrer Garcia. Very interesting windows.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Romain Langlois. An extraordinary Sculptor.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Skyslide in the USA

The REJIGIT Blog29/06/2016

Unique glass brick construction.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Rem Koolhaas. A very kool Architect & Author

The REJIGIT Blog25/06/2016

Japanese man outlays US$98 million for art.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Dry stone spheres.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Vertical Forest dwelling complex in Italy

The REJIGIT Blog21/06/2016

Dali Atomicus

The REJIGIT Blog17/06/2016

Sir Winston Churchill's artistic handywork

The REJIGIT Blog22/06/2016

A solution to Auckland's housing woes ?

The REJIGIT Blog09/11/2016

Some ideas about establishing an Art Collection

The REJIGIT Blog03/06/2016

Internationally recognised 3 screen video installation exhibiting at CoCA Gallery, Christchurch

The REJIGIT Blog09/06/2016

Power Pylons are a blot on the landscape.

The REJIGIT Blog24/05/2016

More on Cuba

The REJIGIT Blog24/05/2016

Ideas for fences and walls.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Grant Lyon - New Zealand Sculptor & Artist

The REJIGIT Blog21/05/2016

Marc Quinn. Sculptor & Artist

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Some of the world's great & historic ceilings.

The REJIGIT Blog02/07/2016

Historic Kauri Dais under threat!

The REJIGIT Blog17/11/2017

How will Cuban architecture be affected ?

The REJIGIT Blog05/05/2016

Quirky new Christchurch building

The REJIGIT Blog05/05/2016

New York's 620 Loft & Garden

The REJIGIT Blog05/05/2016

Sir Anish Kapoor - Architect

The REJIGIT Blog12/05/2016

Christchurch's post-earthquakes street art.

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2016

Willis Building, Ipswich, England

The REJIGIT Blog02/04/2016

Frank Gehry. A controversial architect.

The REJIGIT Blog02/04/2016