Dr Zena O’Connor will present a series of seminars on colour in architecture and design in three New Zealand locations.
The race to find New Zealand’s top commercial interiors is on!
Wellington’s First Light Studio has emerged as the winner of the PrefabNZ open-source UniPod design competition.
Hadid has accepted her 2016 Royal Gold Medal, marking her as the first female architect to win the award in her own right.
In Dunedin’s long-forgotten heritage precinct, some locals are rejuvenating the city – from the inside out.
Pip Cheshire recalls one of his bold, colourful additions to the built environment from the halcyon days of the ‘80s.
This office fit-out unifies the three discrete business units of New Zealand Post Group and responds to a new way of working.
Carolina Izzo hosts the first Studio Talk for 2016 on harmony and Fibonacci, presented by Johan E. G. Silén, on 26 February.
Kjetil Thorsen, one of the founding partners of Snøhetta, presents three lectures across New Zealand in early March.
A two week long forum running 1–14 March, engaging architecture enthusiasts, professionals, educators and students alike.
Lene Tranberg, Danish architect, will present the 2016 series in three locations across New Zealand from 16 – 19 March 2016.
We feature 15 creative projects celebrating the variety of ways that this transparent, reflective material can be utilised.
Matthew Connolly’s White Gem essay won the Secondary School category of the NZIA’s essay-writing competition.
Barnaby Bennett reports on the 8th Intl Conference and Exhibition of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia.
A conversation around the meanings and implications of the recent Making the Culturally Shared Landscape marae-based wānangas.
Thomas Denhardt speaks with some pioneers of ‘PC-guided production’, which is changing construction in New Zealand.
While people worldwide are discussing COP21, the people of Christchurch are more concerned with their property values.
Santiago-based architect Alejandro Aravena has received international architecture’s highest honour.
James Durcan of Victoria University has won the 2015 NZIA Cadimage Group Student Design Awards, announced 3 December.
ArchitectureNow chats with Kiwi architect Mark Ritchie about setting up his practice Architecture Building Culture in Canada.
Dr Robyn Phipps teaches construction at Massey University and is an advocate for improving health through better building.
Tributes flow for Paul Pholeros, the Australian founding director of Healthhabitat and architect, advocate and humanitarian.
Houses editor Justin Foote talks to Francis Whitaker of Mason & Wales Architects about a life spent in architecture.