See highlights from the 2014 AAA Visionary Architecture Awards.
The University of Melbourne’s much-anticipated “living, pedagogical building” has opened.
A public art wall covering the façade of a Melbourne restaurant celebrates Australia’s permanent pavilion at Venice Biennale.
New Zealand kitchen designer Mal Corboy has received international accolades for a Waiheke Island project.
Otago’s civic heart receives a major retrofit and much-needed interior makeover.
East meets west in this house, which seeks to bring an Asian aesthetic to the Kiwi landscape.
Seeking to bring natural light and easy navigation to this gallery, its designers summoned sculptural forms and choreography.
The New Zealand Green Building Council announced its new board of directors at the end of November.
We talked to Cape Town-based architect Stefan Antoni about architecture in South Africa and his firm, SAOTA.
Meet the architects behind a set of inner city Melbourne townhouses, featured in Urbis issue 83.
Houses magazine talks to architect Tom Rowe about finding atmosphere in the built spaces around us.
The fractured laneways and decentralised spaces of Melbourne’s Federation Square provide inspiration for Christchurch.
Urbis’ annual round-up of the very best products, places and people.
Interior magazine explores the local food-truck scene.
Winners of the 2014 NZIA Graphisoft 5th year Student Design Awards were announced 26 November.
Winners of the Australian and New Zealand-based hospitality design awards have been announced.
As sustainable building gains traction in New Zealand, we look at the latest product tools, EPD and Declare.
MIT researchers are investigating the strength of bamboo with the aim of utilising it as a structural building material.
Grupo Habita has been quietly reshaping the boutique hotel sector south of the United States border.
Research on rates of participation for women in Australian architecture points towards systemic inequity in the profession.