Twelve projects were awarded for exceptional visions of the future at the AAA Visionary Architecture Awards on 17 November.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
A vertical village with an intricate network of living and social spaces takes out top award at WAF.
Twelve New Zealand projects are amongst finalists in fourth iteration of World Architecture Festival that runs 4–6 November.
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.
Over 50 nominees have been selected to compete for World Interior of the Year award at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors.
The shortlist for the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards has been revealed, celebrating the best of Australasia’s hospitality design.
The programme rewards excellence in the New Zealand building professions and recognises individual performance.
The winners of the 2015 Houses Awards have been announced, with an emerging architecture practice taking out the top honour.
The forty-six finalists for the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards have been announced.
A selection of winners from across New Zealand in the regional Resene Architectural Design Awards.
11 projects, including houses, a hotel and an airport terminal, were rewarded at the 2015 Awards for the lower North Island.
An edgy re-fit of a boutique research and analytics business has taken out the top prize at the 2015 Interior Awards.
Adaptive reuse, industrial-chic and a more residential feel to the workplace were common themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
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.
A maritime-themed café, a street art installation and a watercress table are among the finalists in this year’s Interior Awards.
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.