A series of talks aimed at fostering dialogue around contemporary architecture and urban issues commence Monday, 20 April 2015.
City Gallery Wellington takes a light-hearted look at the relationship between architects and artists in a new exhibition.
WAF 2015 will take place in Suntec in central Singapore from 4-6 November.
A site on the edge of Auckland’s Alexandra park is set to be transformed into an urban village.
The event will host international speakers and focus on the use of modern methods of construction.
How do you make temporary permanent?
RIBA launches an ideas competition for the development of the remotest inhabited island in the world.
The Australian Institute of Architects releases the five shortlisted concepts vying to be Australia exhibition at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
The 2015 Interstices Under Construction Symposium ‘The Urban Thing’ will take place from 10 - 12 April.
Five entries shortlisted in competition to select creative director for New Zealand exhibition at 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
If you’re still looking for incentive to enter this year’s Interior Awards, take a look at the numbers from the 2014 event.
New accreditation program to bring greater transparency to product sustainability.
The Serpentine Gallery in London has unveiled visualisations for its 2015 pavilion designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano.
See some of the many highlights of the first ever Designday Pro.
Two new buildings have been officially opened at Iona College, a Presbyterian girls school in Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay.
Tributes flow for progenitor of postmodern architecture.
The countdown continues towards the 29 April deadline for entries to the Interior Awards 2015.
A sneak-peek inside the Cheshire Architects-designed SKHY apartment re-development.
The 2015 Pritzker Architecture Prize has been awarded to German architect Frei Otto, who died on 9 March, aged 89.
Park[ing] Day transformed the streets of Wellington on 11 March with art installations parking up around the central city.
Wednesday 11 March is the day to wend yourself to work by way of your own two feet.
Architectural students Matt Ritani and Declan Burn have won the Brick Bay Folly 2015 competition.
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A University of Auckland exhibition showcases the work of four young architects and their visions of the future.
The 2015 Interior Awards’ craftsmanship category will recognise a bespoke object or solution.
If you are a forward-thinking and creative young designer, the Interior Awards jury would like to hear from you.
New Plymouth’s Govett-Brewster Art Gallery has set a date to re-open its doors with the new Len Lye Centre.
A couple of architects embark on a 2500km scooter journey across Vietnam to raise money for the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
This year’s Interior Awards has introduced a new category to recognise the vibrancy and imagination of New Zealand’s youth.
Architects and local groups are outraged by Ports of Auckland’s plan to extend its reach into Waitemata Harbour.
The line-up of showrooms and creative partners for 2015 Designday has been announced.
Australia, Canada and New Zealand have signed an agreement that allows for cross-border registrations of senior architects.
A developer in China launches an international design competition for an entire town of buildings with prizes totalling over US$3 million.
Johannes Molander Pedersen and Morten Rask Gregersen of Nord Architects are in Australia to begin their Droga Architect in Residence program.
An Auckland waterfront walkway and cycleway opened to the public on 16 February.
All you need to know about Designday Pro and Urbis Designday.
The board of directors of Architecture for Humanity has confirmed it will file for bankruptcy.
A consortium of architects and engineers including Zaha Hadid Architects unveil the initial design for a new Beijing airport.
Architecture students Sam Aislabie and Natalie Bradburn share highlights of the NZIA’s annual conference.
A shortage of qualified quantity surveyors is hampering construction work in Christchurch and Auckland, according to the NZIQS.