Samuel Wong of the School of Architecture and Planning at UoA has won the prize for his entry Rider.
New Zealand’s commercial interiors community converged to celebrate the reveal of the eight trophy winners.
Six glowing sub-pavilions surrounded by ink-black water wins Supreme Award at the 2013 Interior Awards.
Jasmax architectural graduate Patrick Loo named Emerging Design Professional at 2013 Interior Awards.
Themed Curiouser and Curiouser, TEDxChristchurch 2013 has been launched with the introduction of its first speakers.
The call is out for tertiary design students to enter the annual awards run by the Friends of the Dowse.
An update from Sydney’s annual Vivid Light Festival.
The DIA names a fashion & textile designer the 2013 Australasian Graduate of the Year.
An initiative for budding quantity surveyors has been announced as part of the NZIQS conference Shaken not Stirred.
A Parnell, Auckland bay wins an international award for landscape design.
Urbis rounds up the best shows included in this year’s Auckland Festival of Photography.
The 2013 Interior Awards and Networking Evening will be held on Thursday, 20 June at Ponsonby Central, Auckland.
Celebrating ten years of Australia’s most respected interior design awards.
The University of Canberra has named the winner of its Lodge on the Lake Design Ideas Competition.
Entries are now open for the 2013 programme.
New Zealand artist Darryn George is gearing up for his presence at the Venice Biennale.
A showcase of winners, finalists, architecture medal and gold medal winner of the 2013 awards programme.
New Zealand artists Scott Eady and Darryn George are off to Italy in June to showcase their work.
The 2013 Australia & New Zealand Student Architecture Congress in Newcastle.
Calling for brilliant eating and drinking spaces from Australia and New Zealand.
Focused on future-proofing Christchurch, a design symposium being held on 27 May features local and international speakers.
Entries for the Registered Master Builders Federation Carters 2013 Apprentice of the Year are now open.
Five engineers and a drafter have volunteered to develop a structural concept, only to be set on fire after completion.
Multi-disciplinary architecture and design firm Warren and Mahoney has established a permanent base in Sydney, Australia.
Finalists have been chosen across seven categories and winners will be announced at an exclusive event on 20 June.
The winners of an innovative Christchurch design competition are a mixed bunch.
Entries are now open for the bi-annual INSIDE World Festival of Interiors 2013.
Entries are now open for the 2013 World Architecture Festival.
Bill Culbert’s exhibition, Front Door Out Back, will open on 01 June at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Steel Construction New Zealand (SCNZ) is inviting entries for the biennial Excellence in Steel Construction Awards.
Vincent Ward – artist and storyteller – painted a canvas of many hues at the IFLA 50 conference in Auckland this week.
Simon James reports from Milan, Italy, in his ongoing series about his trip to 2013’s Milan Furniture Fair.
Penny Allan and Martin Bryant receive the Charlie Challenger Supreme Award for landscape architecture planning.
American landscape firm Nelson Byrd Woltz wins the NZILA George Malcolm Supreme Award for landscape architecture.
The Interior Awards jury will select the programme’s first emerging design professional this year.
Useful links and information about the 2013 programme, presented by Interior magazine.
The 2013 Interior Awards will reward those who make a commitment to high levels of craft with a special award.
Teena Hale-Pennington has a track record as a strategist in sustainable development and the provision of affordable housing.
The Home Innovation Village in Christchurch celebrates it first year at the Canterbury Agricultural Park.
Some of the many highlights of Urbis Designday 2013, captured on camera.