Designer Sarosh Mulla has just graduated with the first PhD in Architecture with Creative Practice Component from the UoA.
Across nine categories, 169 projects and seven emerging practices have been shortlisted in the 2017 Australian Houses Awards.
Partner Event: iGuzzini released the ultra-small Laser Blade XS LED downlight at Auckland’s ECC showroom last night.
Partner Content: INZIDE Commercial takes possession of a new warehouse in Auckland.
Warren and Mahoney and Boffa Miskell have collaborated on the Hendon footbridge – Te Whitinga – which is to open shortly.
Buildings that “perform” to be the theme of the 2017 World Architecture Festival’s seminar program in Berlin.
The NZIOB Charitable Trust has just announced that it is offering two scholarships, each to the value of $10,000.
The hunt is on for the 2017 Interior Awards Supreme Award winner.
Architectural grad Hannah Broatch of Unitec has won one of 8 prizes at the prestigious 2017 Hunter Douglas Archiprix Awards.
Announcing the winner of the luxury weekend prize at the Lexus Design Awards installation from this year’s Designday event.
People from a diverse range of industry-leading businesses tell us what great design means to them.
Partner content: The Resene ColourVision experience lets you change the colours on a virtual reality house.
Submissions open 10 April for the ‘Imagining Decolonised Cities’ urban design competition to design a space in Porirua city.
The finalists for the 2017 Dulux Colour Awards have been announced. This year, there are 8 New Zealand finalists.
Architectural illustration company Stantiall Studio has won a top award from the American Society of Architectural of Illustrators.
Ōtākaro Limited has just released preliminary design images of the Woods Bagot-designed Christchurch Convention Centre.
Entries are now open for the third annual Hays NAWIC Excellence Awards, to be held in August this year.
Want a chance to make your temporary design/structure live on? Enter the Installation category at the 2017 Interior Awards.
Take a look at some of our favourite snaps from Designday 2017.
Christchurch regeneration initiative Gap Filler will lead a workshop at the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum 2017 in Brisbane.
If you’re still looking for incentive to enter this year’s Interior Awards, take a look at the numbers from the 2016 event.
Designed by four architectural graduates, Te Takitaki is the 2017 winner of the Brick Bay Folly competition.
The winners of the NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards 2017 were announced at a gala function on Thursday 9 March.
Vote for your favourite design for the proposed park at 254 Ponsonby Road, a fully community-led urban design project.
Three architects from the Catalan region of Spain have been selected as the 2017 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureates.
Otago Polytechnic has just begun offering the first Bachelor of Architectural Studies in Dunedin.
The line-up of showrooms and creative partners for 2017 Designday has been announced.
Casey Hemingway from UoA’s School of Architecture & Planning has been awarded a paid internship to join MX3D in Amsterdam.
buildnz | designex, the ever-popular trade show for the build, construction and design industries, is back for 2017.
Pritzker Prize laureate Frank Gehry will teach a course in design and architecture for online education platform MasterClass.
Architect David Mitchell writes on the resource consent for the proposed Ryman retirement village development in Devonport.
The 2017 Serpentine Pavilion in London will be designed by Francis Kéré – the first African architect to receive the commission.
‘Provocative and influential’ Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten have been announced as the architects of the 2017 MPavilion.
Entries are open for the 2017 World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards.
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Two Italian designers are coming to New Zealand in March to present their designs promoting changes in burial practice.
This interactive event will provide a platform for conversation regarding offsite technologies and innovative construction.
Nat Cheshire explores that thing that looks like a house on the Queen’s wharf.
Australia’s Macquarie Dictionary has named “plyscraper” as one of its 2016 Word of the Year finalists.
Two proposed architect-led Nightingale housing developments will proceed after both were approved.