The NZIA are fighting DoC’s recent decision that the Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre in Te Urewera National Park be demolished.
Across six categories, 77 projects have been shortlisted in the 2016 Eat Drink Design Awards, with one Kiwi project listed.
Google has launched an app that allows the user to take virtual reality tours of some of the world’s most prominent buildings.
The speakers for the 2016 WAF seminar program have been announced, with names including Peter Cook and Ole Scheeren.
2016’s Australian House of the Year is a warm, inviting gem on Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
Ola Studio takes cues, but not directly, from the existing 1880s home to create Garth House.
A couple’s collection of rare and unusual design and art pieces finds harmony in this tiny loft apartment.
CoreNet NZ in Wellington presents a talk on change management and lessons learnt from activity based working on 29 Aug.
A+W•NZ Wellington is hosting Toast, a Breakfast Series, each featuring a separate guest. The final event is on 13 Sept.
This event visits two projects in Christchurch which showcase engineered timber and panel technologies. 13 September.
A selection of events from this year’s Architecture Week, that runs across the country from 19–25 September.
Colin Martin reviews a recent V & A Museum exhibition of pioneering American architectural photographer Paul Strand’s work.
We feature 10 imaginatively-designed kindergartens that encourage children’s creativity and need for expression.
Over 120 leading education design practitioners gathered in Melbourne for a 1-day forum about the future of education design.
From Airbnb to Lego, new book Spaces for Innovation explores how well-designed workspaces affect creativity.
Katelin Butler examines how a new generation of architects are proposing new, fresh models for architectural practice.
Brendan Cormier and Dr Danielle Thom explore the history and future of the controversial practice of the copy.
Forty-seven outstanding projects from across the country have been shortlisted for the 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards.
We showcase a selection of regional winners of the 2016 ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards.
Kiwi artist Jillian Whitmore makes translucent watercolours with layers and forms that depict transformative cityscapes.
Dutch architect Jos de Krieger, partner at Superuse Studios, discusses how we can design with reusable ‘waste’ materials.
Melbourne-based architect Roland Snooks chats with Amelia Melbourne-Hayward about robotics and algorithmic design.
Architect Christina van Bohemen, director of Sills van Bohemen, speaks about her new role as president of the NZIA.