Ninety-four projects, including four New Zealand spaces, have been shortlisted for the 2017 Eat Drink Design Awards.
The winners of the 2017 Hays NAWIC Excellence Awards were announced at a function at Aotea Centre, Auckland on 19 August.
The shortlist for the 2017 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards has been released, including five New Zealand projects.
Brick Bay Sculpture Trust invites proposals for large-scale projects and installations for the 2018 design build competition.
The contemporary reinvention of Russell McVeagh, one of New Zealand’s oldest legal firms, has broken age-old legal hierarchies.
This new home by Chenchow Little is a private sanctuary that maximises the impressive panoramic views to the Pacific Ocean.
This modern cedar-clad cabin reinterprets tradition as it mimics its surroundings, blending with the trees and making a bold statement.
The A+W•NZ Dulux Awards 2017 evening will be held at City Gallery in Wellington on Saturday 26 August.
PrefabNZ, the New Zealand Green Building Council and Community Housing Aotearoa co-host a pre-election Housing Crisis panel.
2017 marks the centenary of the UoA School’s of Architecture & Planning, with several events marking the occasion.
A series of mostly free events will take place across New Zealand for the Festival of Architecture from 7–17 September.
A retrospective exhibition on British artist David Hockney’s work, celebrating his 80th birthday, is currently showing in Paris.
We look at some New Zealand companies that are creating innovative and exciting products and why being local is so important.
Rochelle Payne writes the second blog update on the progress of The Living House, which has thus far proved rather arduous.
Bill McKay asks if the Grenfell fire could happen here in New Zealand and looks at the ACP cladding system.
Jane Hill and Te Ari Prendergast investigate how architects can equip today’s learners for an ongoing climate of change.
Warren and Mahoney’s Mat Brown writes on why architects need to become experts in engaging with the media.
51 diverse projects have been shortlisted in the 2017 iteration of New Zealand’s leading architecture awards programme.
Fourteen New Zealand projects have been shortlisted in the 2017 World Architecture Festival Awards.
For our fifth On The Rise interview we talk to Beth Cameron, co-director at Makers of Architecture and Makers Fabrication.
Iran to Auckland via Ireland: Claire McCall talks to Ilona Haghshenas, senior architect at Warren and Mahoney.
An Australian designer with an affinity for loud, expressive commercial interiors talks to Leanne Amodeo about his work.
The team behind Te Takitaki, the 2017 Brick Bay Folly competition winner, chats about creating the sophisticated installation.