Winners of the 2014 SHAC PopUp Challenge have been announced.
The Auckland Architecture Association (AAA) is now inviting entries for the 2014 Visionary Architecture Awards.
A Christchurch carpentry apprentice has been named the Registered Master Builders Carters 2014 Apprentice of the Year.
An historic Auckland building is set to be restored after a change of ownership.
Read about the largest of the Mini showrooms in the southern hemisphere and the most technologically advanced in the world.
Like a Japanese puzzle box, this house unfolds in a series of twists and turns.
Pared back in form and materials, this house puts in an honest day’s work.
Wellington-based interior designer Crissy Zhang talks about her experience designing in China.
Meet a London-based Kiwi who is transforming the English capital’s derelict urban spaces, one garden at a time.
Meet Kiwi entrepreneur John Oliver, whose stunningly simple Codemark-certified system looks set to change the way we build.
Olivier Delhomme, the brains behind brand FR-One, speaks to Interior about fire and his mission to quench it in style.
On a tour of Japan, Sam Daysh is awe-struck by the fine attention to detail he discovers in its architecture.
Architect Guy Marriage muses on the New Zealand Transport Agency’s contentious Basin Bridge (flyover) proposal.
Stephen Olsen learns from a city that does density well.
Winners of the 2014 Best Awards were announced in Auckland, Friday 10 October. Read about winners of the spatial sector.
Architecture New Zealand magazine has been named supreme award winner at The Maggies 2014.
ArchitectureNow talks with Maarten Buijs of Rotterdam-based West 8.
Perhaps one of the most ambitious urban regeneration projects of our time, the Avon River Precinct development is underway.
Co-director of Hong Kong’s AB Concept, Ed Ng, talks about the design process of a landmark hotel in Qufu.
The Remarkables skifield in Queenstown underwent a facelift in just five months, beginning at the end of winter last year.