The B:Hive office building at Smales Farm, North Shore, has been created with flexibility and co-working practices in mind.
Dulux has launched their colour trends for 2018. The latest collection is titled ‘Balance’, fitting for today’s busy world.
Entries are welcome in the fields of lighting, furniture and product design, ceramics, fashion, textile design and jewellery.
Twenty-six colourful, creative projects were celebrated at the Resene Total Colour Awards 2017, held on Wednesday 30 August.
Embodying its local beachside context on the Gold Coast, this alteration and addition reconsiders the suburban status quo.
An apparently faceless building reveals itself as a layered and sculptural home that playfully controls light and shadow.
As British interior design’s star Kelly Hoppen celebrates 40 years in the industry, we step into the place she calls home.
RMLA’s annual conference is titled Liveable and takes place from 21 to 23 September in Auckland.
Acclaimed architectural photographer and filmmaker Cristobal Palma speaks at Moving Spaces symposium on Friday 22 Sept.
NZGBC is offering a wide range of free events to celebrate World Green Building Week 2017, running 25 Sept – 1 October.
This trade exhibition for the facilities management and system integration industries runs 27–28 September at ASB Showgrounds.
Colin Martin visited Amanda Levete’s new Exhibition Road Quarter project at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Photographer Andy Spain has been touring New Zealand capturing the largely unseen interiors of quirky, historical spaces.
Colin Martin reports on one of his favourite installations at this year’s La Biennale di Venezia: José Pedro Croft’s sculptures.
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.”
Urban development professions need to take responsibility for social environments, writes David Batchelor, planner at Beca.
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.
Buster Caldwell’s work tows the line between space, brand and fun idea generation as creative director of The Wonder Group.
Deborah Marton, executive director of New York Restoration Project, speaks about the importance of green urban spaces.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward caught up with Andrew Eagles, head of the NZGBC, to take the green pulse of the industry.
We talked to three young architecture professionals who have recently returned from career-building overseas excursions.