The shortlist of 20 stunning images has been announced for the 2017 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards.
We feature a selection of images from various events at this year’s Festival of Architecture, which ran 7–17 September.
An inner-city library and a beachside public toilet block are among the winners of the 2017 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards.
BCI New Zealand announces the recent acquisition of Auckland-based publishing and events company AGM.
A unique design element brings this home into the 21st century while preserving and celebrating the original Victorian home.
Tara Iti’s clubhouse blends American and New Zealand ideals of comfort with a respect for the land that surrounds it.
This remodelled home in Melbourne has unexpectedly ended up smaller than it started, but with comfortable, useable areas.
RMLA Auckland and WasteMINZ present: Contaminated Land panel session: the future of regulation. 19 October.
Hear Morten Schmidt, from Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, talk at the University of Auckland on 24 October.
The ADNZ 2017 national conference is titled ‘Thriving in the Future’ and takes place 26–28 October at Te Papa.
The New Zealand Architecture Awards dinner takes place at ANZ Viaduct Events Centre, Auckland on 10 November.
Colin Martin visited this year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London, a homage to a special tree in Burkina Faso architect Diébédo Francis Kéré’s village of Gando.
We take a look at some of the best hotel interiors shortlisted in the Inside festival, running 15–17 November in Berlin.
Colin Martin visited Amanda Levete’s new Exhibition Road Quarter project at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Mike Thomas, landscape architect at Jasmax, discusses the role of landscape architecture in city making.
Bill McKay and Jason Mann explored Tongatapu to discover its architectural gems and created a series of routed visitor maps.
Damian Simpson of Ignite Architects writes, “Retail and commercial opportunities must be invited back into our CBD.”
The winners and finalists of this year’s Architecture+Women•NZ Dulux Awards were announced at a dinner on 26 August.
51 diverse projects have been shortlisted in the 2017 iteration of New Zealand’s leading architecture awards programme.
Landscape designer Zoë Carafice of Xanthe White Design talks naturalistic planting, diverse gardens and the concept of time.
Camille Khouri spoke with Wellington artist Jack Trolove about his art, studio and his Auckland exhibition.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward chats to Sally Ogle and Ben Mitchell-Anyon, directors of Wellington studio Patchwork Architecture.
Known for their dry senses of humour, this Auckland-based studio designs carefully detailed houses that often make the complex appear simple.