A book pavilion, a buddhist pagoda, a broadcast tower and a revamped brutalist building all feature in the March/April issue.
So you’ve bought passes (or are thinking about heading along) to Urbis Designday on Saturday 23 March? Find out more.
A total of 58 entries from across the world were received for this Christchurch urban design competition.
Registration is now open for the inaugural New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) conference.
An initiative to support displaced employees of Mainzeal and its sub-contractors.
The annual NZIOB Placemakers Golf Day was a hit this year with nearly 150 construction industry professionals teeing off.
New Zealand’s third largest construction company was founded in 1968.
New themes and opportunities revealed for 2013 global competition.
Andrew Patterson has been named as a 2013 Distinguished Alumni by The University of Auckland.
One of the summer’s most interesting New Zealand exhibitions is all about – wait for it – prefab buildings.
The American Institute of Architects Convention will be held in Denver, Colorado, on 20-22 June.
London-based practice Assemblage unveils its competition-winning design for Iraq’s new parliament complex in Baghdad.
Craftsmanship and Emerging Design Professional have been introduced to the 2013 programme. Entries are now open.
Renée Davies previews the biggest event on the global landscape architecture calendar — to be held in Auckland in April 2013
The 2013 programme has launched with a line-up of top-notch judges.
Join us on Saturday 23 March and get inspired by some of the most exciting design venues and creative talent out there.
It was the Southerners’ turn to celebrate as the best of the region’s recent architecture projects were awarded.
A residential home, a military museum and an underground lavatory shared top honours at the awards held in Auckland.
Two Sydney laneway projects, led by Aspect Studios, are enjoying an art-based renaissance.
The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) will host CPD seminars alongside buildnz designex 2013.
The inaugural New Zealand Urban Design Awards were presented at an event on Thursday 8 November, 2012.
The best of the regions’ recent architecture was recognised in the NZIA awards programme for Gisborne and the Hawkes Bay.
Twelve top honours were awarded to a range of architectural projects spanning the Western regions of the North Island.
Community-focused educational buildings and residential projects were features of this year’s Awards programme.
Two of the country’s most significant heritage sites were recognised in the 2012 Waikato-Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
A celebration of hospitality design excellence in Australia and New Zealand at Melbourne’s Crown Metropol.
The country’s architecture and design students descended on Christchurch for the inaugural FESTA launch.
Brisbane-based architect Anupama Kundoo will speak at a public lecture on 23 October, 6.30pm at the University of Auckland.
Cantabrians had plenty to celebrate with the reveal of this year’s NZIA Local Award winners.
Curated by Julia Gatley, the successful ‘Athfield Architects: People and Place’ exhibition arrives in Auckland.
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.