Japanese architect Shigeru Ban will receive a Mother Teresa Memorial award at a ceremony in Mumbai this month.
These industry leaders are in charge of awarding the very best for the 2018 iteration of the Interior Awards program.
The winners of this year’s NZIA Central Innovation Student Design Awards were announced 1 December in Auckland.
We’ve scoured the internet so you don’t have to and found the most architect-worthy gifts for 2017.
Built in 1985, this home by Biltmoderne in Melbourne presents a poetic integration of architecture, water and landscape.
Simon James has opened a new concept store on Kent Street in Auckland’s Newmarket, designed to be an oasis of calm.
With modest materials and a simple, social layout, this Hawke’s Bay beach house fits with its original bach neighbours.
Future Islands, New Zealand’s exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, runs at Adam Art Gallery until 17 Dec.
CoreNet Global NZ are hosting a talk and tour of Auckland Transport’s new office followed by end of year festive drinks.
PrefabNZ’s CoLab 2018 conference takes place 7–9 March in Auckland, featuring site visits and international speakers.
Hosted by the Wellington City Council and the Urban Design Forum, this important conference runs 14–15 May 2018.
Partner content: Samsung’s new television, The Frame, has been designed to blend in with its surroundings, whether on or off.
Pseudo-Georgian buildings are the topic for two new exhibitions in London, discussed here by Colin Martin.
ArchitectureNow editor Amelia Melbourne-Hayward reviews Varidesk’s sit-stand desk, the ProPlus 36.
David Batchelor, creator of Wellington City Heritage Week 2017, asks if we can purposefully create new historic places.
Benje Feehan, associate director at Ignite Architects, writes on why design shouldn’t just be for architects.
Acoustics engineer Christian Vossart writes on creating optimal acoustics design in TVNZ’s newly refitted headquarters.
Twenty-two buildings and structures have won awards in this year’s New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced 10 November.
Fearon Hay Architects’ exquisite golden chapel in Parnell, Auckland, is a carefully detailed homage to its context.
SANNZ chats with Vic Uni Master of Architecture student Ged Finch about ‘architecting’ in a circular materials economy.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward chats with Danish urban designer Henriette Vamberg about liveable cities and how to encourage these.
Luke Scott, designer at Alt Group and founder of Stemme design publication, shares some of his sources of inspiration.
Justine Harvey profiles the 2017 Gold Medal winner, Andrew Patterson.