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Sweetheart deal for New Zealand aluminium smelter

The REJIGIT Blog10/06/2024

An Invisible House

The REJIGIT Blog06/05/2024

​Is burning rubbish preferable to burying it.

The REJIGIT Blog16/02/2024

​This looks like a dream come true for wheelchair users

The REJIGIT Blog14/02/2024

​The liquidation of New Zealand crypto exchange Cryptopia Ltd is Other-Worldly!

The REJIGIT Blog11/02/2024

Fitness in a pill & without the fuss

The REJIGIT Blog30/01/2024

​Artistic works focusing on idyllic family life

The REJIGIT Blog16/12/2023

Prezzy Cards are a terrible financial deal & in our view tantamount to a rort

The REJIGIT Blog18/02/2024

​The pay rates of New Zealand parliamentarians

The REJIGIT Blog29/11/2023

​Discovering the Sir Miles Warren Gallery in Christchurch, New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog03/12/2023

​International dog photography competition

The REJIGIT Blog08/11/2023

New Zealand is facing an idealogical battle

The REJIGIT Blog27/10/2023

​A dairy minnow and the whale

The REJIGIT Blog23/10/2023

A sampling of the works of a highly regarded New Zealand artist

The REJIGIT Blog02/10/2023

​New Zealand may struggle to cope with future natural disasters

The REJIGIT Blog10/10/2023

N.Z. National Party’s electioneering mularky gives new meaning to shonky

The REJIGIT Blog08/10/2023

A celebration of static dynamism

The REJIGIT Blog15/09/2023

​Remembering J.R.R.Tolkien

The REJIGIT Blog10/09/2023

​New artistic creations from repurposed material

The REJIGIT Blog07/09/2023

​China’s worrying economic situation may impact on the rest of the world

The REJIGIT Blog01/09/2023

Thorium nuclear power could be a tool for clean energy

The REJIGIT Blog27/08/2023

​A New Zealand startup is confident it can bring about Nuclear Fusion

The REJIGIT Blog12/08/2023

The many mysteries of the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme

The REJIGIT Blog22/08/2023

A hard-line M.O. to deal with rampant gangs

The REJIGIT Blog27/07/2023

​More on the madness of New Zealand’s proposed $15.7bn Lake Onslow project

The REJIGIT Blog19/10/2023

​Hydrogen fuelled cars is a daft idea!

The REJIGIT Blog05/07/2023

A global geoscience IT company based in New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog29/06/2023

N.Z. Govt is determined to spend a huge sum on a dodgy new electricity facility

The REJIGIT Blog22/06/2023

​Presenting New Zealand artist Jacob Yikes

The REJIGIT Blog23/05/2023

Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright was well ahead of his time

The REJIGIT Blog26/04/2023

​Are you paying for the real deal or could it be Frankensteak

The REJIGIT Blog09/04/2023

​Who couldn’t do with an extra robotic thumb.

The REJIGIT Blog30/03/2023

​Cost to build a pumped-hydro electricity plant in New Zealand seems astronomical

The REJIGIT Blog25/03/2023

Legal definition of hate speech may depend on who utters it.

The REJIGIT Blog10/04/2023

A road safety campaigner disagrees with New Zealand’s Transport Agency

The REJIGIT Blog22/02/2023

​The New Zealand National Party needs to get its act together & quick

The REJIGIT Blog31/01/2023

​A London exhibition of the works of Lucian Freud

The REJIGIT Blog17/01/2023

It's time to jump on the AI express

The REJIGIT Blog11/01/2023

The people of Iran are extremely brave and driven!

The REJIGIT Blog22/12/2022

Air cooling based on ancient technology.

The REJIGIT Blog22/11/2022

Good news and bad news about Dry-Cleaning

The REJIGIT Blog05/11/2022

No nonsense and easy to do facials

The REJIGIT Blog02/11/2022

Intricate artistic works from a Japanese craftsman

The REJIGIT Blog02/11/2022

Public access to a N.Z. national park is being denied.

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2022

​A new age of spray-on haute couture has emerged.

The REJIGIT Blog03/10/2022

​Encouraging news about a Covid-19 vaccine being developed in N.Z.

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2022

Some personalised vitamin supplement plans are a scam

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2022

​Some quirky architectural angles

The REJIGIT Blog07/09/2022

Hormonal oral contraception may impact on female motivational drive.

The REJIGIT Blog28/08/2022

Neurologist’s suggestions for dealing with loss of memory & Alzheimer’s

The REJIGIT Blog28/08/2022

​An instant forest project in the Netherlands.

The REJIGIT Blog28/08/2022

​Another erosion of democracy in New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog12/08/2022

​Who knew Captain Jack Sparrow is an artist of note

The REJIGIT Blog06/08/2023

​Good news in New Zealand about antiviral treatment of Covid-19

The REJIGIT Blog11/11/2022

​A small insight into how China deals with funding infrastructure

The REJIGIT Blog11/07/2022

Canterbury's drinking water continues to be contaminated

The REJIGIT Blog28/11/2023

An illustrated commentary on human frailties.

The REJIGIT Blog22/06/2022

​Controversial Three Waters scheme is causing deep rifts in New Zealand society.

The REJIGIT Blog27/07/2022

​Injudicious comment gave rise to confused argument in New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog29/05/2022

Three Waters has proved to be a turbid matter for the New Zealand government.

The REJIGIT Blog24/05/2022

World’s first 3D modelling software for the female anatomy

The REJIGIT Blog06/05/2022

​Nanodegrees are now available online & globally.

The REJIGIT Blog07/04/2022

Many medicinal end-users are being ripped-off!

The REJIGIT Blog23/05/2022

Endangered birds are thriving in Wanaka, New Zealand

The REJIGIT Blog07/11/2023

​An idea to get a critical message out there in Ukraine.

The REJIGIT Blog09/03/2022

Many New Zealanders are highly frustrated.

The REJIGIT Blog25/02/2022

​A very fine new Gallery and House Museum for Christchurch

The REJIGIT Blog25/11/2022

Covid - Early Action for Faster Recovery

The REJIGIT Blog26/11/2021

Outstanding sculptural works from a young Australian artist

The REJIGIT Blog16/11/2021

A New Zealand company dealing a blow to international scammers

The REJIGIT Blog01/12/2022

A very flash pool in a church

The REJIGIT Blog26/10/2021

New Zealand art series stimulated by a Lonely Dog

The REJIGIT Blog06/10/2021

Huge China development company is tettering on the brink of collapse.

The REJIGIT Blog31/01/2024

​A Japanese researcher is working on a Alzheimer’s Vaccine.

The REJIGIT Blog14/09/2021

​Swedish scientists designed spring-loaded screw to enable drywalls to absorb noise.

The REJIGIT Blog10/09/2021

​Science is looking like it will deliver a huge wakeup call to the Dairy Farming Industry

The REJIGIT Blog14/08/2021

​If you know of a story or someone worthy, please let Rejigit know about it.

The REJIGIT Blog17/09/2021

​New Zealand now has a Reading Ambassador

The REJIGIT Blog08/08/2021

​Extraordinary race-car manufacturer based in New Zealand’s glorious back country

The REJIGIT Blog07/05/2023

N.Z. artist has contributed much to the world of contemporary art

The REJIGIT Blog12/07/2021

​A wonderful insight into the individual characteristics of bees.

The REJIGIT Blog12/06/2021

New Zealand Government’s response to cyber security breach.

The REJIGIT Blog31/05/2021

Black Fungus is a double whammy for Covid-19 victims in India

The REJIGIT Blog25/05/2021

​Tattoos are considered by some to be skin art.

The REJIGIT Blog13/05/2021

The world’s whitest white cool paint

The REJIGIT Blog04/05/2021

AI reduces risk & increases efficacy in colorectal procedures

The REJIGIT Blog19/05/2021

​The mRNA vaccine could change the World in more ways than one.

The REJIGIT Blog03/05/2021

​A digital image recently sold for US$69.34m (that's m for million)

The REJIGIT Blog25/03/2021

​More jiggery-pokery which impacts on New Zealand rivers.

The REJIGIT Blog05/03/2021

​Karl du Fresne’s warts and all view of current New Zealand political policy.

The REJIGIT Blog21/02/2021

A world first for Covid-19 self testing.

The REJIGIT Blog03/02/2021

Viable e-planes may be getting closer to reality.

The REJIGIT Blog27/01/2021

​Some cooking basics for dummies

The REJIGIT Blog22/01/2021

Joe Bennett's thoughts on a proposal to build an international airport at Tarras.

The REJIGIT Blog14/01/2021

​More of New Zealand’s magnificent Mackenzie Basin is under threat.

The REJIGIT Blog12/01/2021

​A very impressive 19th Century tool cabinet.

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2020

​New Zealand should be well placed to further utilise its natural geothermal resources.

The REJIGIT Blog30/10/2020

​The disposal of books from the National Library of New Zealand is culturally barbaric.

The REJIGIT Blog01/01/2023

Some useful online links and tips courtesy of TikTok contributors.

The REJIGIT Blog06/10/2020

In the battle to control the Covid-19 pandemic, this treatment seems a no-brainer.

The REJIGIT Blog26/08/2020

The Netherlands is a world leader in vertical farming technology.

The REJIGIT Blog20/07/2021

More examples of New Zealand tech companies going for it.

The REJIGIT Blog19/02/2022

Copper is an effective pathogen killer.

The REJIGIT Blog13/07/2020

A prominent New Zealand businessman’s regular reports on the global economy.

The REJIGIT Blog12/12/2021

​A Korean building bedecked with impressive and functional bling.

The REJIGIT Blog12/06/2020

Outstanding winners of this year’s International Photography Awards.

The REJIGIT Blog12/06/2020

A move to improve the health of New Zealand waterways.

The REJIGIT Blog13/04/2023

Some advice if you aspire to employment in a leadership role.

The REJIGIT Blog28/05/2020

Pulitzer prize winners announced for 2020

The REJIGIT Blog13/05/2020

Stay in touch during the Covid-19 lock down.

The REJIGIT Blog13/05/2020

Coronavirus has cleared the streets of many cities.

The REJIGIT Blog02/04/2020

Covid-19 anxiety is a real and unnecessary phenomenon

The REJIGIT Blog21/03/2020

The Ockham New Zealand Book Awards 2020

The REJIGIT Blog12/03/2020

A very fine example of shipping container architecture.

The REJIGIT Blog24/02/2020

​It is worth reflecting on the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic.

The REJIGIT Blog14/03/2020

Disastrous flooding in Venice and the city's future is challenged.

The REJIGIT Blog03/02/2020

​Excess intake of Salt is definitely bad for the human body.

The REJIGIT Blog02/02/2020

Paris museums make works of art available online and free of cost.

The REJIGIT Blog26/01/2020

​Collections of sophisticated CHICken photographic models.

The REJIGIT Blog27/01/2020

A food stylist whose creations look too good to eat.

The REJIGIT Blog16/01/2020

Innovative forrest city concept proposed in Mexico

The REJIGIT Blog14/01/2020

Christmas at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in southwest London

The REJIGIT Blog13/12/2019

​Dramatic transformations from unloved machinery to emotional sculptures.

The REJIGIT Blog04/12/2019

Californian photographer brilliantly captures images of Fungi

The REJIGIT Blog24/11/2019

New Zealand art administrator honoured for her work in France

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2019

​Pop Art intended to entertain and generate debate

The REJIGIT Blog15/11/2019

​It was thought to be one of the safest buildings in the world but it cracked.

The REJIGIT Blog31/10/2019

Groundbreaking medical self-diagnosis technology

The REJIGIT Blog08/02/2021

​Witty cartoon renditions of Van Gogh masterpieces.

The REJIGIT Blog22/10/2019

​A promising solution to rampant and unnecessary food waste

The REJIGIT Blog19/10/2019

​A new-age foil to historical U.S. monuments

The REJIGIT Blog18/10/2019

Revolutionary biofuel technology yet to be proven

The REJIGIT Blog03/10/2019

Promising news about Liver transplants.

The REJIGIT Blog13/09/2019

​New Zealand is experiencing a worrying Measles outbreak

The REJIGIT Blog02/09/2019

​A Christchurch Art Gallery exhibition of Bill Hammond artistic works.

The REJIGIT Blog03/02/2021

​How Will Our Religions Handle the Discovery of Alien Life?

The REJIGIT Blog23/08/2019

A Book Club with a difference.

The REJIGIT Blog19/08/2019

​Audubon Bird Life Photography Awards.

The REJIGIT Blog24/07/2019

The banning of plastic shopping bags ignores some scientific realities.

The REJIGIT Blog01/07/2019

A surprising number of colloquial terms were coined by Shakespeare.

The REJIGIT Blog26/08/2019

​Global antibiotic resistance is an extremely scary prospect.

The REJIGIT Blog25/06/2019

​A surreal & utopian prospect for Mother Earth.

The REJIGIT Blog10/06/2019

Has the concept of investment in some contemporary art become unhinged ?

The REJIGIT Blog01/06/2019

Qatar National Museum reflects its desert setting.

The REJIGIT Blog19/05/2019

An exclusive retreat delicately set in New Zealand’s majestic alpine hinterland.

The REJIGIT Blog11/12/2019

​A restoration proposal for the Nôtre-Dame Cathedral

The REJIGIT Blog13/05/2019

Cannabis and Science

The REJIGIT Blog11/05/2019

One of the world's largest airports nears completion.

The REJIGIT Blog29/04/2019

Adrenaline paradise in alpine New Zealand.

The REJIGIT Blog25/04/2019

The 2019 tragedy of Nôtre-Dame Cathedral.

The REJIGIT Blog23/04/2019

New Zealand is in mourning and finding it difficult to mentally process a barbaric act.

The REJIGIT Blog24/03/2019

​Some medical implant devices used in N.Z. may potentially be harmful.

The REJIGIT Blog20/03/2019

​Prominent Christchurch barrister appointed Queen’s Counsel.

The REJIGIT Blog25/02/2019

One of New Zealand's premier Biking and Tramping tracks

The REJIGIT Blog15/02/2019

​New Zealand company a world leader in custom made medical implants

The REJIGIT Blog11/02/2019

​A most impressive condo and a record price

The REJIGIT Blog01/02/2019

​Laid back, laid out caricatures to put a smile on your dial

The REJIGIT Blog29/01/2019

​A cycle helmet which looks great & isn’t a pain in the butt to carry.

The REJIGIT Blog15/01/2019

​A very fine example of a New Zealand startup going for the stars.

The REJIGIT Blog10/01/2019

A new system to three dimensionally imprint concrete surfaces.

The REJIGIT Blog09/01/2019

Happy new year for 2019

The REJIGIT Blog30/12/2018

Possible solution to Auckland's transport woes.

The REJIGIT Blog17/12/2018

It's high time gear like this is now available to help deal with a NZ road traffic problem

The REJIGIT Blog23/11/2018

​An unconventional Wellington hotel.

The REJIGIT Blog08/11/2018

Maybe a minimalistic solution to a housing shortage.

The REJIGIT Blog05/11/2018

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

The REJIGIT Blog28/11/2018

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

The REJIGIT Blog30/10/2018

Fascinating images from the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition.

The REJIGIT Blog19/10/2018

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

The REJIGIT Blog17/10/2018

​Historically significant Christchurch building restored in fine style.

The REJIGIT Blog21/02/2021

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

The REJIGIT Blog27/09/2019

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 Blog05/08/2020

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 Blog01/10/2020

​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 updates on N.Z. problem with Chicken & Campylobacter.

The REJIGIT Blog27/09/2022

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 Blog13/11/2018

​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 amazing lap-pool.

The REJIGIT Blog24/11/2019

​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 Blog29/11/2018

​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 architectural wirework

The REJIGIT Blog24/11/2019

​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 Blog22/11/2020

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 Blog01/06/2023

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 Blog29/11/2018

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

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 Blog28/02/2021

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 Blog19/09/2019

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 Blog12/01/2019

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 Blog03/12/2019

Willis Building, Ipswich, England

The REJIGIT Blog02/04/2016

Frank Gehry. A controversial architect.

The REJIGIT Blog02/04/2016