Buildings that “perform” to be the theme of the 2017 World Architecture Festival’s seminar program in Berlin.
The NZIOB Charitable Trust has just announced that it is offering two scholarships, each to the value of $10,000.
The hunt is on for the 2017 Interior Awards Supreme Award winner.
Architectural grad Hannah Broatch of Unitec has won one of 8 prizes at the prestigious 2017 Hunter Douglas Archiprix Awards.
Dalman Architecture’s community-minded Chapel Street Centre is a dramatic piece of place-making, executed with modest means.
Uptown development SKHY offers six different apartment types in four buildings, centred around a landscaped square.
A London apartment for a creative couple offers up drama and grand gestures mixed with subtle and delicate moments.
The University of Auckland’s FFWD lecture series is back for 2017, with ‘Doing medium density well’ this semester’s theme.
Roger Walker will give a series of free public presentations throughout New Zealand on the Gold Medal Tour from March to June.
Entries to the 2017 Interior Awards close 3 May.
Humanity and the Machine is the focus of the 2017 CoreNet Symposium, which takes place on Thursday 18 May at Shed 10.
Colin Martin investigates the latest international bathroom trends, that range from industrial chic to efficient modernism.
The life’s work of Zaha Hadid has been celebrated in two exhibitions in London, reviewed here by Colin Martin.
New Zealand and Australian designers were well represented across the world’s most important design fair.
Lee Hillam reflects on the long-hours culture in architecture and asks: What is the real cost of this exploitative practice?
Thomas Denhardt examines Lebanon’s conflict-filled history and asks, “What is the architect’s role during war and conflict?”
How can generosity and flexibility effect change in the architecture profession’s notoriously rigid workplace culture?
The finalists for the 2017 Dulux Colour Awards have been announced. This year, there are 8 New Zealand finalists.
The winners of the NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards 2017 were announced at a gala function on Thursday 9 March.
For the third On the Rise interview, we talk to Maria Chen, an architectural graduate at Athfield Architects in Christchurch.
Ken Crosson, presenter of The New Zealand Home series, has a portfolio that challenges our typical expectations of house design.
Vanessa Coxhead spoke to architectural writer Michael Webb about his new book and what makes a great apartment building.
People from a diverse range of industry-leading businesses tell us what great design means to them.