The 2015 Auckland trade exhibition attracted a record crowd of builders, architects, designers, planners, and developers.
The Auckland Harbour Bridge SkyPath has finally been given resource consent, after an 11-year struggle.
Eight trams celebrating all things building to roll out in the lead up to the 2015 Melbourne Festival.
The Future Islands creative team is looking for unbuilt projects to be considered for inclusion in the New Zealand exhibition.
A design centred on a lighthouse tower clad in charred timber takes out the Guggenheim Helsinki design competition.
Trippy womb or shoddy, psychedelic police cordon? The 2015 Serpentine Pavilion by SelgasCano is dividing UK critics.
Snapshots from the 2015 Interior Awards and Networking Evening held at St-Matthew-in-the-city, Auckland, on 17 June.
Work is well underway for the beloved heritage building on Queen Street, including seismic strengthening.
This year’s jury panel comprised a range of experts, professionals and academics.
11 projects, including houses, a hotel and an airport terminal, were rewarded at the 2015 Awards for the lower North Island.
Charles Correa, once dubbed “India’s greatest architect”, has died, aged 84.
An edgy re-fit of a boutique research and analytics business has taken out the top prize at the 2015 Interior Awards.
The project Architecture of Coexistence emerged victorious in the inaugural Student category at the Interior Awards.
An enthusiastic young Auckland-based designer took home the Emerging Design Professional Award at the 2015 Interior Awards.
Adaptive reuse, industrial-chic and a more residential feel to the workplace were common themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
Le Corbusier’s little-known tapestry for the Sydney Opera House will finally be installed in its intended place.
Diverse residential projects inspired by their stunning locations were a highlight of the region’s design in 2015.
Australasian firm DKO Architecture have just opened their second New Zealand branch in Christchurch.
New eateries, heritage buildings and houses: features of the capital’s contemporary building design at the 2015 Awards.
The impact of gender on city design will be explored at a Brisbane conference on June 21.
Wellness and Wellbeing: the 2015 CoreNet Symposium takes a holistic approach to a productive workplace.
Revived buildings and education projects feature strongly in the NZIA’s local awards programme.
The 2015 IAPA multi-platform event investigates the relationship between art and urbanism.
Forty-four awards, for projects ranging from small home additions to large infrastructure works, were announced on 28 May.
More than 30 light sculptures and interactive installations will be on display in the country’s capital in August.
Local and international keynote speakers and panellists will discuss the issues shaping workplace design in Sydney on 18 August.
Christchurch rebuild features highly amongst the winning projects with the public architecture category putting on a strong show.
A course designed for people who want to upskill for sustainability and create change in the built environment.
The 2015 winners were announced on Friday 15 May at the Grand Ballroom, Sofitel on Collins in Melbourne.
Prizes totalling more than $450k are on offer for ideas to regenerate the Jamsil Sports Complex in Seoul, South Korea.
Winners of the inaugural awards celebrating outstanding achievements by women were announced on 7 May 2015 in Christchurch.
Wikimedia Foundation funds $US14,000 to increase digital visibility of women in built environment professions.
A maritime-themed café, a street art installation and a watercress table are among the finalists in this year’s Interior Awards.
Remediation, innovation and home-grown technologies rewarded at 2015 Nelson-Marlborough Architecture Awards.
This Belvedere Group-designed 230 sqm home uses photovoltaic panels, and a smart home and piping system.
New Zealand Institute of Architects announces creative director of New Zealand Exhibition at 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
New public buildings for healthcare, policing and sports feature at the 2015 Waikato–Bay of Plenty Architecture Awards.
Buyers get a first look at the new $1 million-plus residential display suite near Auckland’s waterfront.
In a bold public art project, artist Siv B Fjærestad is working to create an enormous artwork in Berhampore.
The 2015 competition is challenging designers to re-imagine how we interpret lighting hardware, fixtures and applications.