The Auckland Harbour Bridge SkyPath has finally been given resource consent, after an 11-year struggle.
Eight trams celebrating all things building to roll out in the lead up to the 2015 Melbourne Festival.
The Future Islands creative team is looking for unbuilt projects to be considered for inclusion in the New Zealand exhibition.
A design centred on a lighthouse tower clad in charred timber takes out the Guggenheim Helsinki design competition.
Positioned upon the battle site, the memorial garden will be completed in time to commemorate the centennial anniversary.
A revitalised art deco building offers plenty of natural light, vibrancy and workplace innovation.
From a steep, almost inaccessible site springs a multilevel family home.
Jasmeen Patheja takes home the 2015 International Award for Public Art for her ongoing Talk to Me project in Bangalore.
2015 NZIA in:situ conference: Sarosh Mulla interviews architect Sam Jacob, one of FAT’s founding directors.
Nigerian-born, Amsterdam-based architect Kunlé Adeyemi talks to Justine Harvey at the 2015 NZIA in:situ conference.
Snapshots from the 2015 Interior Awards and Networking Evening held at St-Matthew-in-the-city, Auckland, on 17 June.
A look at innovative, creative stadium architecture in New Zealand, Australia and beyond.
Robin Mellon from the GBCA presents a workshop on Innovation Challenges in Australia, and what’s in store for New Zealand.
Students from The University of Auckland have designed affordable residential housing for the elderly.
Fourteen New Zealand projects feature amongst finalists in fourth iteration of World Architecture Festival.
11 projects, including houses, a hotel and an airport terminal, were rewarded at the 2015 Awards for the lower North Island.
A useful, informative guide on products and services relevant to design and architecture professionals.
US systems practice specialist Bill Reed presents a series of workshops on regenerative and integrated design.
Behomm is the Barcelona-based website that focuses on connecting designers, artists and similar aesthetes from across the globe
Interior magazine looks into the changes underway in the supermarket industry.