Review | The NZIA editorial board have picked their top 10 ‘transformative’ projects of the last decade. What is yours?
Review | Justine Harvey talks to a range of New Zealand architects about how they design for smaller inner city homes.
News | Five finalists have been selected for the Brick Bay Folly competition to design and build a temporary architectural folly.
People | Justine Harvey profiles the 2017 Gold Medal winner, Andrew Patterson.
People | With serious architectural pedigree, Eva Nash and Kate Rogan have built their practice designing exceptional homes.
Projects | A young family commissioned their best friend to create a 1970s’ Brazilian jungle pad in the Auckland suburb of Sandringham.
People | 90-year-old Jim Foote is a well-loved and long-serving member of staff at Jasmax. Justine Harvey spoke to Foote about his life.
Projects | At Waimana on the northern edge of Te Uruwera, a modest wharemate absorbs the creation myth of Rangi and Papa in its form.
People | Known for their dry senses of humour, this Auckland-based studio designs carefully detailed houses that often make the complex appear simple.
Projects | Lake Waikaremoana’s new visitor centre by Tennent Brown Architects returns local iwi to its ancestral home beside the lake.