Eighteen award-winning buildings deemed ‘a delight to be in’ by Awards’ jury.
Christchurch is first up in a new programme to incentivise energy efficiency.
DesignCamp 2011 brought together some of the best international design students, including two New Zealanders.
Taking the baton from current capital, Helsinki, Cape Town is the fourth city to be awarded World Design Capital.
Canterbury may have faced one of its toughest years yet, but the outlook for architecture is looking bright.
It was Auckland’s turn in the spotlight last night as the winners of the 2011 Local Architecture Awards were revealed.
The best of the country’s timber designs and engineering were recognised at last night’s awards evening.
Eight projects have been recognised in the annual awards programme run by the New Zealand Institute of Architects.
The big winners revealed at this year’s Best Design Awards.
Sculpture in the Garden kicks off on Saturday 9 October at Auckland Botanic Gardens.
David Gottfried, founder of the world’s first green building council, has received an entrepreneurship award from WorldGBC.
Celebrated New Zealand sculptor, photographer and artist Bill Culbert will present his work at the 55th Venice Biennale.
Singaporean firm WOHA takes out this year’s RIBA Lubetkin Prize.
This year’s Stirling Prize winning project in pictures. Zaha Hadid’s Evelyn Grace Academy.
The 2011 World Architecture Festival will focus on making a difference and responding to disaster.
The October edition of Urbis is now available in supermarkets and bookstores.
VUW Solar Decathlon team takes first prize in engineering at Washington DC event.
‘First Light’, Victoria University’s Solar Decathlon team, earns second place in architecture competition.
Gallery, theatre, zoo and stadium – all out now in the September edition of Architecture NZ.
New Zealand urban designer Garth Falconer keynote speaking at West Australian design forum.
The Cloud will exhibit New Zealand design and its unique place in the world.
The latest issue of New Zealand’s landscape architecture and urban design magazine is out!
Three landscape architecture firms have designs accepted for the 2013 China Jinzhou World Landscape Architecture Exposition.
The Rock makes the shortlist for Inside – the interior leg of the World Architecture Festival.
Extending the heritage tramway, a new island and a ‘blue highway’ are some of the proposals put forward for public consultation.
Justine Harvey joins New Zealand’s key architecture title.
US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate, Zaha Hadid of UK, join the jury.
A garden designed by Dutch master Piet Oudolf takes centre stage inside this year’s pavilion.
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The memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honour to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of 9/11.
Auckland Council has confirmed the appointment of urban design champions on each of its 21 Local Boards.
Interior magazine, a brand new title focused solely on commercial interiors, was launched recently in New Zealand.
The inaugural Interior Awards for the commercial interior design sector were launched at the Auckland Art Gallery.
A new web resource for architecture, design, building and landscape professionals.
The Resene Colour Awards were recently held in Wellington with the winner a colourful school designed by Jasmax.
The shortlist includes three New Zealand projects.
The Awards recognise excellence of individuals or teams engaged in the building industry.
The Zumtobel Group has announced a public tender for its architecture award, which honours sustainable solutions.
Sculpture Walk at Gibbs Farm will help raise funds to re-establish Christchurch Architects.
Aucklanders are being asked what they think of the concept designs for the cycle and pedestrian pathway.