Finalists have been chosen across seven categories and winners will be announced at an exclusive event on 20 June.
Penny Allan and Martin Bryant receive the Charlie Challenger Supreme Award for landscape architecture planning.
A gallery of the projects that distinguished themselves in the design categories at the 2013 NZILA awards.
American landscape firm Nelson Byrd Woltz wins the NZILA George Malcolm Supreme Award for landscape architecture.
Craftsmanship and Emerging Design Professional have been introduced to the 2013 programme. Entries are now open.
It was the Southerners’ turn to celebrate as the best of the region’s recent architecture projects were awarded.
A residential home, a military museum and an underground lavatory shared top honours at the awards held in Auckland.
The inaugural New Zealand Urban Design Awards were presented at an event on Thursday 8 November, 2012.
The best of the regions’ recent architecture was recognised in the NZIA awards programme for Gisborne and the Hawkes Bay.
Twelve top honours were awarded to a range of architectural projects spanning the Western regions of the North Island.
Community-focused educational buildings and residential projects were features of this year’s Awards programme.
Two of the country’s most significant heritage sites were recognised in the 2012 Waikato-Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
Joint winner — The Spice Temple Melbourne
Third Wave Cafe
Highly commended bars at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Highly commended cafes at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Highly commended restaurants at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Highly commended retail at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Highly commended temporary designs at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Highly commended visual identity design at the 2012 Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
Jimmy Watson’s Wine Bar by Robin Boyd and Frederick Romberg
Joint winner — The Apollo
Joint winner — Baker D. Chirico
Joint winner — D.O.C
Cantabrians had plenty to celebrate with the reveal of this year’s NZIA Local Award winners.
Athfield Architects takes top award for its extensive refurbishment of Christchurch Civic Building on Hereford Street.
Twenty-eight projects have been awarded in a year described as one of the ‘most prolific’ for Auckland architecture.