New accreditation program to bring greater transparency to product sustainability.
The Serpentine Gallery in London has unveiled visualisations for its 2015 pavilion designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano.
See some of the many highlights of the first ever Designday Pro.
Two new buildings have been officially opened at Iona College, a Presbyterian girls school in Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay.
A stunning Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, home might just be the beach house to beat the band.
Future proofing ensures this holiday home will see its owners into their retirement.
A concrete-block beach house with a quirky shape maximises its coastal Australian environment and a steep site.
Sculptor Kevin Osmond talks to Justine Harvey about his journey from apprentice cabinet maker to international artist.
Houses talks to architectural graduate Zachary Blue of McAuliffe Stevens.
Houses editor Justin Foote talks to Bronwen Kerr and Pete Ritchie about juggling life and work.
Nelson-based furniture designer Mike Hindmarsh talks to Houses about crafting in three dimensions.
Progressive Building looks at the latest in lighting technology and design in New Zealand and abroad.
Consultant Neil Purdie talks energy efficiency in commercial buildings.
Does Australia’s energy rating scheme for houses actually encourage the use of air-conditioning?
The countdown continues towards the 29 April deadline for entries to the Interior Awards 2015.
This year’s Interior Awards has introduced a new category to recognise the vibrancy and imagination of New Zealand’s youth.
An Australian government-funded report uncovers a pervasive culture of mediocre energy performance in the country’s building industry.
Project manager Chris Boyle talks about Building Information Modelling and how it came about.
DKO Architecture has been working on a master plan for a new neighbourhood on some highly unusual terrain.
As sustainable building gains traction in New Zealand, we look at the latest product tools, EPD and Declare.