New Stuff

Launch of Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa

A festive crowd gathered at the Space Academy in Christchurch on Monday 20 November in a celebration of collective efforts, food and place... Project Details →

Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa

Exploring New Zealand’s local food cultures and contemporary food issues with essays, profiles and recipes. Food tells a story.... Project Details →

What’s cooking at Freerange?

We are currently in the midst of conversations about how Freerange can work and publish together more effectively as a cooperative.... Project Details →

Bureaucratic Love Session and Launch at FESTA 2016

The Bureaucratic Love Session Sunday 23 Oct, 1–4pm Space Academy, 371 Saint Asaph St Free Do institutions matter? And if so, how can we take... Project Details →

Latest online articles

Becoming Freerange

by Barnaby Bennett on Freerange

Ten years ago Freerange Press was just a twinkle in the eye of a few young idealist designers. We started something very small and since...

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The Right to a Home: A Human Rights Perspective on Forced Migration.

by Joe Cederwall on Advocacy

This article was originally published in Freerange Journal 4: 'Almost home'. We are currently accepting $5 donations towards the Red Cross...

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Mothers: A Gaby Montejo performance

by Melissa Reid on Art

First Thursdays are like late night shopping, but good. Community-focussed arts events, they bring people to a neighbourhood or precinct...

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A guide to Christchurch rebuild for the rest of NZ.

by Barnaby Bennett on Freerange

It is now four years since the first quake struck Christchurch in September 2010. There are bright-eyed four-year old children who know...

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Original, independent, and ad free. Freerange Press is an online and print co-operative (operating since 2008) based in Aotearoa, Australia, and Atlantis. Freerange’s focus is on global issues of design, politics, art and life for an urbanized humanity.  We write on this website, we publish books and we create a journal called Freerange.

Freerange Journal is our flagship. Every six months we release a carefully edited and themed volume of prose and pictures, both online and in print. Each one investigates the beauty and complexity of the city.

Only 12 editions of Freerange Journal will be produced.

We love the free flow of information and we love spreading good ideas in the largely free environment that the internet provides. But what can we say – we also love books. A book offers an extended space for authors to explain, investigate and develop ideas. Freerange publishes a choice selection of books.


Project Freerange is people. Mums, Dads, Sons, Daughters, Sisters, Brothers, Lovers, Sinners, Designers, Artists, Lawyers, Rockers, Hip Hoppers, Diplomats, Nation-builders, House-builders, Teachers, Singers, Logicians, Statisticians. We have over 100 contributors from 6 continents. All people. No robots, yet.




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