From a glazed office building to a small fish and chip restaurant, 25 projects were rewarded at this year’s Canterbury awards.
Eight projects have received recognition in the 2017 Western Architecture Awards, held in Palmerston North on 19 May.
A wide range of projects were successful at this year’s Wellington awards, announced at Te Papa Tongarewa on Wednesday 17 May.
11 projects have received awards in the 2017 Gisborne/Hawke’s Bay Architecture Awards, held at Hastings Art Centre on 12 May.
At this year’s awards, held on 5 May in Nelson, buildings for recreation, art, education and exhibition were acknowledged.
The 2017 iteration of the Waikato–Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards featured a rich variety of site, scale and style.
43 projects were rewarded at the 2017 Auckland Architecture Awards, held at the ASB Waterfront Theatre on 26 April.
27 projects, ranging from a colourful cycleway to a Māori immersion school, have been honoured at this year’s awards.
Forty-seven outstanding projects from across the country have been shortlisted for the 2016 New Zealand Architecture Awards.
An elegant shed in the mountains and a quintessential Cardrona hut were amongst 15 projects rewarded at this year’s event.
This year’s awards showcases the diversity of high quality buildings that have risen during the Christchurch rebuild.
Ten projects, ranging from a colourful school to a herringbone-patterned port building, received awards at the 2016 event.
Twelve projects, including six new houses and two alts & adds projects, received honours at the Nelson–Marlborough awards.
Heritage restorations and interior fitouts are highlights of the 2016 Wellington Architecture Awards, announced on 4 May.
New houses and commercial projects featured strongly in the 2016 iteration of the Waikato–Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
32 projects were rewarded at the 2016 Auckland Architecture Awards, held at Onehunga Heliport on 28 April.
Twenty-eight projects were rewarded at the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced at a gala evening on 30 October.
The 2015 Gold Medal winner talks with Justine Harvey about his career and the necessary simplicity of his architecture.
Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects, the Blyth Performing Arts Centre in Havelock North has won the 2015 Architecture Medal.
The forty-six finalists for the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards have been announced.
11 projects, including houses, a hotel and an airport terminal, were rewarded at the 2015 Awards for the lower North Island.
Diverse residential projects inspired by their stunning locations were a highlight of the region’s design in 2015.
New eateries, heritage buildings and houses: features of the capital’s contemporary building design at the 2015 Awards.
Revived buildings and education projects feature strongly in the NZIA’s local awards programme.
Forty-four awards, for projects ranging from small home additions to large infrastructure works, were announced on 28 May.
Christchurch rebuild features highly amongst the winning projects with the public architecture category putting on a strong show.
Remediation, innovation and home-grown technologies rewarded at 2015 Nelson-Marlborough Architecture Awards.
New public buildings for healthcare, policing and sports feature at the 2015 Waikato–Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki has been presented with the 2012 New Zealand Architectural Medal.
Twenty projects have been awarded in this year’s programme.