The New Zealand Green Building Council has just announced the appointment of Andrew Eagles to the position of chief executive.
The New Zealand Institute of Building has just appointed Hannah Keir-Smith as operations manager in its Wellington office.
Context Architects announces the promotion of four of their senior architects to a new leadership team.
In 2017 Kiwi architects will be able to access a new fast-track procedure for registering as architects in the United States.
Whanganui architect Bruce Dickson has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to architecture.
Keri Cunliffe of Studio106 Architect is one of five winners to tour Europe with Dulux’s DIAlogue on Tour scholarship.
Architecture+Women•NZ has announced that Megan Rule will stand down from the position of co-chair.
Design firm The Buchan Group has appointed two new principals, Rob Guild and Robert McFarlane, to its New Zealand practice.
A Queenstown-based construction quantity surveying and cost management business has just been launched by Mick Moffatt.
The Australian Institute of Architects has appointed Jennifer Cunich as its new chief executive officer.
Neil Christopher has been appointed principal of architecture firm Warren and Mahoney, based in the Wellington studio.
Wellington senior interior designer Julia McPherson has been appointed as an associate at Warren and Mahoney.
Alex Cutler, the New Zealand Green Building Council chief executive, has just announced her resignation from the company.
Auckland firm RTA Studio has announced the appointment of Natalie Stebben as associate.
Interior design legend has announced her retirement from teaching at the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design.
Leading architect David Mitchell has been named as a 2016 Distinguished Alumni by the University of Auckland.
International architecture practice Woods Bagot is set to open a design studio in Auckland, and will be hiring local talent.
Architectural graduate Antonia Lapwood awarded the Warren and Mahoney Intl Scholarship to attend the 2016 Venice Biennale.
The architecture and design industry leads a list of hot industries for 2016, according to employment website SEEK.
Tony van Raat is heading up the newly-formed School of Architecture at AUT. Justine Harvey spoke with him about his role.
Two young employees have won the Jasmax award, which celebrates innovation, personal growth and design excellence.
The New Zealand Institute of Surveyors (NZIS) has announced the appointment of a new president, Mark Adamson Allan.
Katherine Skipper has been appointed principal in the Wellington studio of architecture practice Warren and Mahoney.
Lucy Eng of Beca, Christchurch, has won two awards at the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Infinite Value Awards.
A selection of snapshots from the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards gala evening, held at Auckland Museum on 30 October.
Paterson Architecture Collective (P-A-C) announces the launch of its ideas-driven design studio.
Fletcher Vaughan’s Fletcher Systems joins international brands Essenze and IQ Commercial to form a new design-led entity.
A request for qualifications has been issued by the Obama Foundation to create a centre in honour of president Barack Obama.
Millennials are set to make up the majority of the workforce by 2025, so it is imperative employers understand them better.
Malcolm Fleming has been appointed CEO of the New Zealand Institute of Building.
August’s SEEK Employment Report illustrates that architecture and design jobs have increased significantly over the past year.
Andrew Tu’inukuafe has been appointed at Warren and Mahoney as an interiors principal, with an emphasis on workplace design.
Thursday 6th August saw DKO Architecture celebrate the opening of their Auckland office alongside their first anniversary.
Australian architecture firm Plus Architecture has opened its first New Zealand office in Christchurch.
Key findings from a construction industry salary survey, conducted by Hays Recruitment, of the New Zealand market.
Jasmax announces the appointment of four new principals to the Jasmax leadership team.
Australasian firm DKO Architecture have just opened their second New Zealand branch in Christchurch.