Athfield Architects takes top award for its extensive refurbishment of Christchurch Civic Building on Hereford Street.
Twenty-eight projects have been awarded in a year described as one of the ‘most prolific’ for Auckland architecture.
Both the World Building of the Year and World Landscape of the Year recognised projects of environmental vision.
Sustainable house in rural New Zealand gets future project award at World Architecture Festival.
Thirteen projects from the Nelson/Marlborough region have been recognised in this year’s NZIA Local Awards.
Some notes on the awards handed out on day one of the World Architecture Festival 2012, underway in Singapore.
A video tour of the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore.
Architect Alistair Luke has moved from Jasmax to take up a Principal post at Warren and Mahoney, Wellington.
Entries are now open for the 2012 Design Journey competition.
Entries are now open for the 2012 awards, run by Auckland Architecture Association (AAA) and Cavalier Bremworth.
Reconstruction: conversations on a city provides a compelling visual account of the city’s rich architectural past.
The Eat-Drink-Design Awards online gallery of 2012 entries of over 150 restaurants, bars and cafes.
The spring issue looks at houses and bathrooms that demonstrate the very best in design in superb settings.
The Progressive Building Young Achiever Award went to Brendan Lindsey of Dominion Contructors.
Excellence in colour and paint use in residential and commercial projects was recognised in the 2012 awards programme.
Auckland’s Waterfront will host a temporary sustainable city between 22 and 24 November, 2012.
A mock two-storey house built entirely out of shipping containers is used by the police for training.
A new backing product made from recycled wool carpet will divert tonnes of waste carpet away from landfills.
The Garden to Table Trust and Waterfront Auckland have revealed plans for a landmark garden project in the Wynyard Quarter.
Plans have been announced for a “smaller, greener central city”.
Winners of the Australian Houses Awards were announced at a gala presentation in Sydney on 26 July.
Leigh Featherstone joins the NZGBC as Director of Homestar.
Six exceptional architectural projects from across Britain are in the running for the prestigious 2012 RIBA Stirling Prize.
Eight New Zealand projects were shortlisted for the 2012 World Architecture Festival.
Eat-Drink-Design Awards juror and author Rachel Hurst writes about the influence of design on dining.
Thirty-eight entries across nine categories have been selected as finalists in the 2012 Timber Design Awards.
A new awards programme has been established to acknowledge urban design projects across New Zealand.
International architect Dominik Mazur joins the multi-disciplinary design house HBO+EMTB as a senior architect.
Two New Zealanders have been invited to present their work as part of the 13th International Architecture Biennale.
Eminent food and design writers, restaurateurs and architects will judge the 2012 inaugural Eat-Drink-Design Awards.
The awards are open to those in the construction industry – architects, designers, engineers, contractors and builders.
Urbis celebrates some great successes at the 2012 Magazine Awards.
Interior magazine wins Best Cover Design in the Trade Professional category of the 2012 Magazine Awards.
An historic chapel within a significant Auckland heritage building has received the top award at the 2012 Interior Awards.
New Zealand’s best commercial interiors were recognised and celebrated at an awards and networking evening at Imperial Lane.
World Architecture Festival entries close on 30 June.
The Royal Institute of British Architects’ has awarded Auckland Art Gallery amongst some of the best in the world.
Pelorus Architecture and McKenzie Higham Architecture have been singled out in a publication by the Wellington Housing Trust.
The world’s tallest cross laminated timber (CLT) building is being built in Melbourne.
A New Zealand-based property investment firm is sending four volunteers to Nepal to help build 40 new homes.