A secret garden café, a futuristic workplace and a gilded ceiling are amongst the finalists at the 2016 Interior Awards.
The Australian Tapestry Workshop (ATW) has launched the 2016 ATW Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.
19 projects were announced as shortlisted for the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture on 9 May in Switzerland.
New Zealand architects are invited to collaborate on a French memorial for Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington.
Architecture practice Fearon Hay Architects has unveiled designs of its first project in Melbourne.
Australia’s only Pritzker Prize Laureate, Glenn Murcutt, will be the next chairman of the Pritzker Architecture Prize jury.
The Australian Institute of Architects has appointed Jennifer Cunich as its new chief executive officer.
Iraqi-born British architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the only woman to receive the RIBA Royal Gold Medal, has passed away at age 65.
The tapestry that Jørn Utzon commissioned Le Corbusier to design is finally officially installed in the Sydney Opera House.
Wellington senior interior designer Julia McPherson has been appointed as an associate at Warren and Mahoney.
The UoA in collaboration with Ako Aotearoa has just launched project Te Whaihanga: Preparing students to work with Māori.
Camille Khouri visits the Italian pavilion and checks out Nelson company Switch Lighting’s stand on her final day at the fair.
The second day at the Light+Building trade fair sees Camille Khouri visiting the Trends and Digital Building exhibitions.
80 projects from across Australia and New Zealand have been shortlisted in nine categories.
Auckland firm RTA Studio has announced the appointment of Natalie Stebben as associate.
Camille Khouri of Interior reports from the Light+Building trade fair currently taking place in Frankfurt, Germany.
140-plus building professionals teed off at the NZIOB PlaceMakers Golf Day 2016, held at Pakuranga Golf Course in February.
The winning architectural installation Daughter of the Swamp was unveiled on Saturday 12 March at the Brick Bay Vineyard.
Interior design legend has announced her retirement from teaching at the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design.
Daughter of the Swamp has been announced as the winning architectural installation of the Brick Bay Folly 2016 competition.
Tai Tapu Sculpture Garden’s third annual autumn exhibition opens on 5 March, featuring over 50 contemporary works.
Leading architect David Mitchell has been named as a 2016 Distinguished Alumni by the University of Auckland.
The 2016 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum has opened with the unveiling of the Fugitive Structures pavilion by Vo Trong Nghia Architects.
London’s Serpentine Galleries has released the designs for its 2016 pavilion, designed by BIG, and other new commissions.
New Zealand leading design publisher announces realignment of business to refocus on its core print titles, digital platforms and events.
The Chinese government has released a guideline forbidding odd-shaped buildings described as “xenocentric” and “weird.”
Social enterprise Rekindle launches a new major project Resource: Rise Again, focusing on reusing currently wasted resources.
Bernard Tschumi leads generous international student architecture competition for design that fosters ‘new modes of living.’
This interactive event will provide a platform for conversation regarding offsite technologies and innovative construction.
The Serpentine Gallery, London, has announced that the Bjarke Ingels Group will design its 2016 summer pavilion.
Dr Zena O’Connor will present a series of seminars on colour in architecture and design in three New Zealand locations.
The race to find New Zealand’s top commercial interiors is on!
Wellington’s First Light Studio has emerged as the winner of the PrefabNZ open-source UniPod design competition.
Hadid has accepted her 2016 Royal Gold Medal, marking her as the first female architect to win the award in her own right.
Ngā Aho is hosting an international indigenous design conference at Whakapara Marae, Northland, from 26 – 29 Feb 2016.
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.
Mokum’s Stephanie Moffitt reports from the current Heimtextil Trade Fair in Frankfurt.
Tony van Raat is heading up the newly-formed School of Architecture at AUT. Justine Harvey spoke with him about his role.