Auckland Transport appoints group to oversee reference design for city rail link.
Festival celebrating kinetic art now calling for submissions.
The third annual Resene Architecture and Design Film Festival 2014 begins in Auckland in May.
A ‘Living Legend’ and NZIA Gold Medallist who dedicated his career and passion to architecture.
Submissions for WAF 2014 are now being accepted until 30 May.
The country’s first fully certified passive house is a finalist in the Global Passive House Awards.
Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, best known globally for his cardboard temporary structures, has been awarded the 2014 Pritzker Prize.
Wellington architect Stanley William “Bill” Toomath FNZIA has died.
A tiny bach and a cavernous aquatic centre are joint supreme winners of the 2014 NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards.
The Auckland Architecture Association will host a tour of four architecturally significant Waiheke homes on Sunday March 30.
Award-winning works by Auckland University school of architecture and planning students to be included in exhibition.
Urban Futures Research Lab presents a series of free talks by luminaries of the architecture and design world.
The World Green Building Council launches WorldGBC Asia Pacific Regional Network Leadership Awards in Green Building.
Craftsmanship category gets its own award at the 2014 Interior Awards.
Entries called for the Rosa Barba Prize for landscape architecture.
2014 New Zealand Institute of Building PlaceMakers Golf Day scores a hole in one.
NZIA calls for volunteers to staff New Zealand exhibition during 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale.
The 100th Green Star rating has been awarded.
Auckland Harbour Bridge pedestrian crossing given the go ahead for consultation.
FESTA 2014 organisers are seeking expressions of interest to participate in this year’s festival - ‘The Future Will Be Live’.
Creative team behind New Zealand’s biennale exhibition launches proposal at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki.
The 2015 Interior Awards will now include two categories to cover workplaces up to 1000m2 and workplaces above 1000m2.
Swedish artist David Svensson will unveil his latest public installation - the first in the southern hemisphere - this month.
Submissions to the third annual Interior Awards, presented by Interior magazine, are now being sought.
The popular TV show is set to get a Kiwi accent.
The deadline for submissions to the 2014 International Holcim Awards for sustainable construction is rapidly approaching.
Visitors to the XXII Winter Olympic Games may find their faces writ large on the entry pavilion to Olympic Park.
Applications are being sought for the Harvard Graduate School of Design 2014 Wheelwright Prize.
Judging for the 2014 NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards moves into closing stage with the announcement of finalists.
High praise for a New Zealand-run restaurant in the heart of Manhattan’s Nolita.
The third addition to Auckland’s SkyCity this year, Masu, has opened on Federal Street.
Following the 2012 The Emergence of Christchurch feature in Architecture NZ, editor Justine Harvey seeks up-to-date info.
Captured carbon dioxide emissions are being transformed into green building materials in a world-first research pilot plant.
A new solar cell printer can print one A3 photovoltaic cell onto flexible plastic or steel every two seconds.
Urbis‘ Best issue of the year is now on sale.
A fresh panel of judging talent.
Called by architectural competition site AC - CA, the Bondi Beach container vacation house competition has a winner.
Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport, Guangdong, China, will be operational from 28 November, 2013.
A sneak peek at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).
Harvard Graduate School of Design includes Auckland Airport in exhibition highlighting excellence in landscape architecture.