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Our Story

Our Story

Authenticity. Integrity. Permanence.

There’s something deeply reassuring about surrounding yourself with things that are here to stay.

Rather than responding to fads and trends, Home Industry creates contemporary environments that nourish the soul instead of just decorate it.

We do this by working with timeless materials of integrity and substance - marble and stone, brass and metals, linen and skins

Our vision is singular – to help our clients create confident, refined, contemporary home environments via handmade furniture, lighting and objects crafted with the highest quality materials and design aesthetic.

Since we established Home Industry in 2012, we’ve worked hard to seek out our country’s most talented artisans, and nurture collaborative relationships of trust and integrity. We think the caliber of our network, and how closely we work together, shows in the living environments we create.

Our style is simple, pared back and modern. At times we swerve towards the industrial. And we will always nod our cap to vintage. The result is contemporary, timeless, totally chic home environments.

Welcome to Home Industry.

Terry Curtis

About Terry Curtis

A word from Terry... Creative Director, Collector and Designer.

Thanks to a background where design and style have been handed down through generations and an expertise in manufacturing, graphic and environmental design, I have had the privilege to produce for clients worldwide as well as run my own showroom in central Auckland.

Like you, I was drawn to the magnetic pull of handcrafted goods designed honestly for simple, everyday living. My weekend pastime of combing the world for objects of desire soon turned into the HI online store; which in turn manifested to my Ponsonby Central store before expanding to City Works Depot and now my store in Grey Lynn.

You’ve arrived here because you naturally care about what goes in your home or office, so I invite you to lose yourself among my online or instore showcase of treasures both crafted and collected.

Terry Curtis