May 2018 saw NZCB launch a beautiful coffee table style publication called “Revere” showcasing the outstanding work of some of its nationwide members. In turn, providing members with an opportunity to leverage off this exposure to generate and increase sales leads and further brand awareness.

Revere which means “to regard with respect, tinge with awe and give a feeling of deep admiration” in turn gives value to NZCB and its members.  Now distributed to all NZCB members, Revere will be making its way to the home owner target market, via architect’s offices, waiting rooms, libraries and coffee tables throughout the country.

A professional editorial highlighting the key components that made each project stand out was supported by beautiful professional photographs over two or four pages bringing each of these projects alive.  Each of the homes have unique qualities such as technical aspects of the build, attention to detail, problem solving and realising the vision of the homeowner. They also included architectural design, location and many different materials.

Such a publication is a large financial undertaking and the Association does require some financial support from those members submitting successful material ($1,500+gst for two pages and $2,750 +gst for four pages) and from a limited number of merchants/ regional partners that may also contribute to the magazine.

2nd August 2018
Volume Two submissions for REVERE – under way now!

With over 10,000 copies of Revere – Volume One now circulating nationwide to NZCB members, architects, designers, lawyers, accountants and other places where our target market may frequent (e.g. Air New Zealand Koru Lounges), the feedback has been extremely positive.

The great public response, and the interest from members wanting to be involved in the next edition, has led us to decide that Revere – Volume Two will be published towards the end of the first quarter of 2019. Submissions are now open, and we look forward to hearing from you!

REVERE Vol 2 Application Form


Should you wish to participate please click this link for an application form or contact National Support Office directly. Your application will then be reviewed by design experts who will make a decision on those entries submitted that will go to press.

For further information please contact Julie Thomas
P: 07 927 7720 ext 707
E: julie@nzcb.nz