Dulux is New Zealand’s largest manufacturer of premium paint products that protect, maintain and enhance the spaces and places in which we live and work. Dulux has proudly been part of the New Zealand community since 1939. Throughout our history we’ve led the way, creating products for New Zealand’s unique conditions and formulated using only the highest quality materials.
We are also home to the popular Dulux Colours of New Zealand range.
Auckland Art Fair is proud to be partnering with Samsung.
Samsung’s mission is to inspire the world with innovative technologies, products and design that enrich peoples lives and contribute to societal prosperity by creating a new future.
With this mission, Samsung has delivered the perfect TV to complement art collectors homes – The Frame.
“It’s my wish that consumers will appreciate the introduction of art into their daily lives, and enjoy the value and inspiration that come with having a gallery-worthy work in their living space.” Yves Béhar, Designer of The Frame
More than a TV, The Frame transforms your living space into a mesmerising gallery of personally curated art. The Frame stands out – and blends in – for all the right reasons. It’s art when it’s off. TV when it’s on.
Jasmax are Architects, Designers and Innovators. With a natural affinity between art and architecture, we are proud to partner with Auckland Art Fair to enhance the visitor experience and support New Zealand artists and art lovers.
A bicultural architectural and design practice from Aotearoa New Zealand, we are leaders in sustainable and regenerative design, most recently we have launched our Pathway to Net Zero Carbon Design, setting clear design targets to achieve carbon neutral buildings by 2030.
A multi-disciplinary practice, we offer services across architecture, interior design, urban design, landscape architecture and brand design.
Current projects include the redevelopment of Scott Base in Antarctica, and the design of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland largest public art project, City Rail Link. A powerful reflection of the city’s unique Māori identity, the project won the 2019 World Architecture Festival WAFX Award for Cultural Identity.