Will the sale of Queen Elizabeth Square in downtown Auckland be another planning fiasco for Auckland Council?
Australian architecture firm Plus Architecture has opened its first New Zealand office in Christchurch.
Irving Smith Jack Architects are exhibiting at the 9th International Festival of Architecture and Urbanism in Prague.
The winners of the 2015 Houses Awards have been announced, with an emerging architecture practice taking out the top honour.
The forty-six finalists for the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards have been announced.
Auckland’s last remaining wooden boat-building yard is set to be transformed into a social and education centre.
A sneak preview at the much-anticipated Len Lye Centre, due to open in New Plymouth on Saturday 25 July.
The 50:50 theme for the 2015 World Architecture Festival is inspired by the 50th anniversary of Singapore’s independence.
Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena has been named director of the 15th iteration of the International Architecture Exhibition.
Commonwealth Association of Architects calls for nominations for the triennial 2015 Robert Matthew Award.
New Zealand Institute of Quantity Surveyors has joined a movement to create international standards in construction measurement.
Residents of Rotterdam may soon be driving on roads made from recycled plastic bottles if the proposal goes ahead.
The much-anticipated Len Lye Centre by Pattersons Associates opens on 25 July in New Plymouth.
A selection of winners from across New Zealand in the regional Resene Architectural Design Awards.
Entries now open for large-scale projects for a design build competition leading to a two year exhibition at Brick Bay.
Inspired by forest canopies, British architect Amanda Levete’s MPavilion will sway in the breeze and glow at night.
A documentary that captures the architectural undertaking of Ngai Tūhoe’s Te Uru Taumatua whare is showing at the NZIFF.
The July/August issue of Architecture New Zealand is out now, with a diverse range of projects, news and key issues.
Entries are now open for the annual awards that celebrate the best in hospitality design from Australia and New Zealand.
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.