Architects, graduates and students vie for awards at the 2013 Auckland Architecture Association Unbuilt Architecture Awards.
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture celebrates architectural concepts of significant importance to Islamic societies.
Our Best of 2013 winners were celebrated at an intimate event at Auckland’s The French Kitchen.
A fresh panel of judging talent.
Design and build company Box Living wins award for modest house that’s big on living.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki named World’s Best Building at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
Awards designed to highlight inroads made into New Zealand workplace safety.
The winners of the world’s best bars and restaurants have been announced.
The programme rewards excellence in the New Zealand building professions and recognises individual performance.
Australian House of the Year presented at the 2013 Houses Awards celebration.
Interviews and sound bites plus highlights of the 2013 Interior Awards and Networking Evening.
Designers, architects, property owners and interior professionals celebrated in style at Ponsonby Central on 20 June.
New Zealand’s commercial interiors community converged to celebrate the reveal of the eight trophy winners.
Six glowing sub-pavilions surrounded by ink-black water wins Supreme Award at the 2013 Interior Awards.
A gallery of awarded residential projects from the 2013 New Zealand Architecture Awards.
The DIA names a fashion & textile designer the 2013 Australasian Graduate of the Year.
A Parnell, Auckland bay wins an international award for landscape design.
Celebrating ten years of Australia’s most respected interior design awards.
A showcase of winners, finalists, architecture medal and gold medal winner of the 2013 awards programme.
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.