More than 300 design professionals will participate in Melbourne Now at the NGV.
Waterfront Auckland’s bold sustainability blueprint aims to develop New Zealand’s greenest precinct.
Entries are being sought for all categories of the 2014 Timber Design Awards.
2013 Auckland Architecture Awards winners announced; 46 winners across 10 categories.
Beginning Friday 25 October, FESTA dishes up a four-day programme of projects, events and activities for the whole family.
Carpentry apprentice William Harkness has been named the Registered Master Builders Carters 2013 Apprentice of the Year.
Green insulation that literally grows on trees.
2013 Canterbury Architecture Awards winners announced; 21 winners across seven categories.
It may not be architecture as we know it but thanks to computer-aided design, blobitecture is opening up a whole new realm.
Housing minister Dr Nick Smith and Auckland mayor Len Brown announce release of 6000 sections across Auckland.
2013 World Habitat Day is a timely reminder of the issues in the spotlight during Local Government Election campaigning.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki named World’s Best Building at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
Nauhria Precast has won the 2013 Supreme Concrete3 Sustainability Award for its work on Takapuna’s Hurstmere Green, a new public space designed by Sills van Bohemen Architects.
Kiwi projects pick up accolades on architecture festival’s first day.
Youngsters encouraged to build LEGO houses and social awareness.
Get your name in the draw to win Taschen’s tome of eclectic residential interiors.
Winners from the 2013 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards.
Vintage homes and historic churches; some of Canterbury’s most iconic buildings feature in Reconnect: experience heritage.
Architecture NZ editor Justine Harvey visits the Between Silos exhibition.
Storefront for Art and Architecture is calling for proposals to participate in a global arts and architecture programme.
A creative director is being sought for New Zealand’s national exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.
Artist Grant Muir and designer David Trubridge play hosts to a night of scintillating insight and great food.
To celebrate World Green Building Week 2013, two of New Zealand’s highest-performing buildings are opening to the public.
The International Living Future Institute is now accepting proposals for the eighth annual Living Future unConference.
New buildings planned for Auckland Airport’s business district will offer a collaborative working environment.
Global visitors will be able to tour the new Design Museum, currently under construction in Kensington, via a digital portal.
Auckland Architectural Association and Architecture + Women NZ are hosting a tour of three significant projects in September.
A Julia Morison designed installation, Tree Houses for Swamp Dwellers, for SCAPE 7 Art Central.
The International Federation of Landscape Architects is calling for nominations for its 2014 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.
Refurbishment work carried out within tight timeframes on an Auckland theatre has won the 2013 NZIS Award of Excellence.
The programme rewards excellence in the New Zealand building professions and recognises individual performance.
A Nelson-based architecture firm emerged as the winner of Southern Response’s competition for The Cantabrian home.
Affordable housing issues are captured in a new book recently released in Wellington.
Alisdair Daines ANZIA has been named as the new director for Context Architect’s Christchurch office.
Seven projects from New Zealand make the short-list.
Proposed changes to earthquake-prone building policy commended by industry watch dog.
Entries are being sought for the 2014 International Passive House Architecture Competition.
Christchurch Biennial has released plans for a temporary art, culture and education space from Sept-Nov 2013.
Sir Paul Reeves Building and Carterton Events Centre named in international awards.
One of New Zealand’s best-loved architects has been given official icon status.