The Australian Institute of Architects has recognised 42 projects in the 2015 National Architecture Awards.
Twelve New Zealand projects are amongst finalists in fourth iteration of World Architecture Festival that runs 4–6 November.
Twenty-eight projects were rewarded at the 2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards, announced at a gala evening on 30 October.
Ten projects and one Supreme Award winner were recognised at the ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards on 30 October.
Five finalists have been selected for the Brick Bay Folly 2016 competition at Brick Bay vineyard, north of Auckland.
Fifty-two Chinese and international built environment firms commit to ensuring new projects adhere to low-carbon standards.
Victoria architecture students are creating redevelopment proposals for an upgrade of the inner-city heritage precinct.
The Nov/Dec issue of Architecture New Zealand is out now, with a refreshed design that talks to a diverse audience.
Designed by Stevens Lawson Architects, the Blyth Performing Arts Centre in Havelock North has won the 2015 Architecture Medal.
PrefabNZ launches a design competition for an open-source universal bathroom pod titled the UniPod.
An open international competition for the design and realization of a nanoscience and nanotechnology centre in Israel.
Canberra’s Denman Prospect has mandated 3kW solar systems for each dwelling and has an affordable housing fund commitment.
A proposal for a series of “disaster-resilient parks” by a team of New Zealand designers wins This Public Space competition.
Featured at the event were companies showcasing the latest systems and technology for a more efficient commercial building.
Vote for your favourite workplace in the first series of the ArchitectureNow Readers Picks.
Paterson Architecture Collective (P-A-C) announces the launch of its ideas-driven design studio.
Kiwi architect Daniel Lewis is part of the team that has won the coveted 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize for best new UK building.
The top 10 concepts of an international ideas competition to help solve London’s housing shortage have been revealed.
Fletcher Vaughan’s Fletcher Systems joins international brands Essenze and IQ Commercial to form a new design-led entity.
Two designs by VuW teams have been selected as finalists for inclusive public spaces at This Public Life festival, Melbourne.
ArchitectureNow showcases two videos of the 2013 and 2014 NZIA Gold Medal recipients; Pip Cheshire and Patrick Clifford.
The shortlist has been announced for the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2015, which will be exhibited at WAF.
The Auckland Architecture Association invites entries for 2015, with the addition of the inaugural Future Auckland Award.
Last days to purchase tickets to the 2015 AILA Festival of Landscape Architecture in Melbourne.
Auckland Architecture Week 2015: images of the tour through the St James Theatre with heritage expert George Farrant.
Monk Mackenzie Architects and LandLAB have created a bold, almost whimsical design for the Nelson Street cycleway.
Foster and Partners’ design for a 3D-printed habitat on Mars has taken out second prize in a NASA design competition.
A rammed earth house designed by the Shift Design team has won nomination for construction in Tanzania in 2016.
The Royal British Institute of Architects has awarded the 2016 Royal Gold Medal to Dame Zaha Hadid.
A sartorial expression of architecture is the supreme winner in the 2015 World of Wearable Art Awards Show.
The winners of the 2015 Resene Total Colour Awards were announced at a gala evening at Auckland Town Hall on 23 September.
The Dutch city of Rotterdam is home to the world’s first “vacuum cleaner” structure that turns smog into fresh air.
Adam Goodrum, with his installation of miniature foldable, flatpack, perspex houses, wins 2015 Rigg Design Prize.
The September/October issue of Architecture New Zealand magazine has just been released.
Touting accessibility and agility, the low-fee private London School of Architecture is the first of its kind since the AA.
A ‘lyrical’ timber library building has taken out the top prize at the NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards 2015.
Ann Brower’s determined advocacy has prompted the government to make the country’s most earthquake-prone buildings safer, faster.
Australian Richard Weller has been appointed creative director of the 2016 International Festival of Landscape Architecture.
Marilyn Reynolds, one of New Zealand’s first women in architecture, has passed away.
Over 400 industry professionals came together to celebrate the sector’s achievements at Auckland’s Aotea Centre.