On 3 December, the much-anticipated Nelson Street cycleway, Te Ara I Whiti (the lightpath), opened to much fanfare.
James Durcan of Victoria University has won the 2015 NZIA Cadimage Group Student Design Awards, announced 3 December.
Revie footwear has opened a flagship boutique in Ponsonby, designed by Katie Revie and James Morgan from Warren and Mahoney.
Bastion Point, Auckland will host a major international flower and garden show next year, the first since 2008.
Partner Content: the Server Room Reboot project is a collaborative effort by Microsoft, Zespri and creative agency Y&R.
The two winners of the 2015 Formica Formations Design Competition were revealed at an awards function on 19 November.
Twelve projects were awarded for exceptional visions of the future at the AAA Visionary Architecture Awards on 17 November.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
The Registered Master Builders 2015 House of the Year Awards were announced at a gala evening in Auckland on 14 November.
Lucy Eng of Beca, Christchurch, has won two awards at the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Infinite Value Awards.
Twenty Series 7 chairs have been reinterpreted by 20 Australian and New Zealand designers.
Dr Charles Walker discusses Future Islands, the theme for New Zealand’s national exhibition at the 2016 Venice Biennale.
Queensland to host a two-week long architecture forum including exhibitions, lectures, workshops and a symposium.
March Studio’s Hotel Hotel in Canberra has won World Interior of the Year at the INSIDE - World Festival of Interiors.
A vertical village with an intricate network of living and social spaces takes out top award at WAF.
A selection of snapshots from the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards gala evening, held at Auckland Museum on 30 October.
The Australian Institute of Architects has recognised 42 projects in the 2015 National Architecture Awards.
Twelve New Zealand projects are amongst finalists in fourth iteration of World Architecture Festival that runs 4–6 November.
Twenty-eight projects were rewarded at the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced at a gala evening on 30 October.
Ten projects and one Supreme Award winner were recognised at the ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards on 30 October.
Five finalists have been selected for the Brick Bay Folly 2016 competition at Brick Bay vineyard, north of Auckland.
Fifty-two Chinese and international built environment firms commit to ensuring new projects adhere to low-carbon standards.
Victoria architecture students are creating redevelopment proposals for an upgrade of the inner-city heritage precinct.
The Nov/Dec issue of Architecture New Zealand is out now, with a refreshed design that talks to a diverse audience.
Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects, the Blyth Performing Arts Centre in Havelock North has won the 2015 Architecture Medal.
PrefabNZ launches a design competition for an open-source universal bathroom pod titled the UniPod.
An open international competition for the design and realization of a nanoscience and nanotechnology centre in Israel.
Canberra’s Denman Prospect has mandated 3kW solar systems for each dwelling and has an affordable housing fund commitment.
A proposal for a series of “disaster-resilient parks” by a team of New Zealand designers wins This Public Space competition.
Featured at the event were companies showcasing the latest systems and technology for a more efficient commercial building.
Vote for your favourite workplace in the first series of the ArchitectureNow Readers Picks.
Paterson Architecture Collective (P-A-C) announces the launch of its ideas-driven design studio.
Kiwi architect Daniel Lewis is part of the team that has won the coveted 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize for best new UK building.
The top 10 concepts of an international ideas competition to help solve London’s housing shortage have been revealed.
Fletcher Vaughan’s Fletcher Systems joins international brands Essenze and IQ Commercial to form a new design-led entity.
Two designs by VuW teams have been selected as finalists for inclusive public spaces at This Public Life festival, Melbourne.
ArchitectureNow showcases two videos of the 2013 and 2014 NZIA Gold Medal recipients; Pip Cheshire and Patrick Clifford.
The shortlist has been announced for the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2015, which will be exhibited at WAF.
The Auckland Architecture Association invites entries for 2015, with the addition of the inaugural Future Auckland Award.
Last days to purchase tickets to the 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture in Melbourne.