The World Architecture Festival has announced the shortlist for its first ever Wood Excellence award.
Cabinet has approved the decision to construct the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct.
AMP is calling for applications from New Zealanders of all ages for its 2014 ‘Do Your Thing’ Scholarships.
Registered Master Builders 2014 House of the Year southern region winners announced.
A townhouse in the French capital skilfully combines fine art and luxurious furnishings.
Jasmax’s new headquarters for Tūhoe arrives with a spectacular arched frontage that creates a gateway in the Bay of Plenty.
The ever-impressive Hip Group adds another culinary and architectural flower to its bouquet.
Gensler’s man in Sydney Simon Trude, recently waltzed through Auckland for the CoreNet 2014 Symposium.
Geoff Hunt talks to Progressive Building about his career as the Hawkins Group chief executive officer.
Ian Adamson talks to Frederique Gulcher about the journey from work experience to executive director.
Tim Shadbolt shares his thoughts on his career in the construction sector, and why our southern city will continue to thrive.
Simon van Praag muses on the growing global interconnectivity of placemaking and urban design.
Matt Wilson and team have landed in Niue, now the work really begins.
Houses talks to Ben Sutherland of Makers of Architecture about the next generation of building construction.
Fearon Hay Architects’ project sails away with top accolade at 2014 Interior Awards.
Artistic prowess and sheer drive sealed the deal for this young designer at the 2014 Interior Awards.
Beirut-based non-profit organisation works with emerging designers to provide ‘real-world’ experience.
Rana Abboud explores the pros and cons of Augmented Reality in the practice of architecture.
Models are the best communication tool a designer can have, says Sarosh Mulla.
Blair Mckolskey gauges some recent spatial theories around world-class workplaces.