Call for entries for the second Hays NAWIC Excellence Awards, celebrating the achievements of women working in construction.
Ten New Zealand projects have been shortlisted in the 2016 World Architecture Festival Awards.
An international competition to design a new 33-hectare Science Island in Lithuania has been announced.
Randwick City Council is seeking ideas to help direct the sustainable growth and urban redevelopment of two town centres.
Snapshots and video from the 2016 Interior Awards evening held at St-Matthew-in-the-City, Auckland, on 23 June.
Resource consent has just been granted for a 52-storey residential high-rise on Customs Street East in Auckland.
The top prize at the 2016 Interior Awards went to a luxury retail space that works with minimalist and sculptural forms.
The Emerging Design Professional Award went to a passionate, concept-driven young designer at this year’s Interior Awards.
Elegant refits, innovative use of technology and flexible workplaces were some of the themes in this year’s Interior Awards.
A highly original project inspired by an award-winning novel has won the Student category award at the 2016 Interior Awards.
The only Australian building designed by American modernist architect Marcel Breuer, in Sydney, has been listed for sale.
In 2017 Kiwi architects will be able to access a new fast-track procedure for registering as architects in the United States.
The NZME building took out top award at the 2016 Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards.
The organisers of Christchurch’s Festival of Transitional Architecture (FESTA) are seeking proposals for this year’s event.
Whanganui architect Bruce Dickson has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to architecture.
The 2016 BIG-designed Serpentine Pavilion was revealed on 7 June, alongside four newly commissioned Summer Houses.
Keri Cunliffe of Studio106 Architect is one of five winners to tour Europe with Dulux’s DIAlogue on Tour scholarship.
Justine Harvey reports back from the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, which opened to the public on Saturday 28 May.
Grimshaw Architects, also behind Auckland’s CRL, has designed five new underground train stations for Melbourne Metro Tunnel.
Smales Farm follows the likes of Wynyard Quarter and will serve as the ‘innovation precinct’ for the North Shore in Auckland.
An architect and a surfboard designer have created a series of cyclone-resistant prefabricated shelters for Vanuatu.
The New Zealand Room and the Ever the Land documentary will feature at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
The ASB Waterfront Theatre will be Auckland’s new, state-of-the-art performing arts facility and will open in late September.
A secret garden café, a futuristic workplace and a gilded ceiling are amongst the finalists at the 2016 Interior Awards.
The Australian Tapestry Workshop (ATW) has launched the 2016 ATW Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.
19 projects were announced as shortlisted for the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture on 9 May in Switzerland.
New Zealand architects are invited to collaborate on a French memorial for Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington.
Architecture practice Fearon Hay Architects has unveiled designs of its first project in Melbourne.
Australia’s only Pritzker Prize Laureate, Glenn Murcutt, will be the next chairman of the Pritzker Architecture Prize jury.
The Australian Institute of Architects has appointed Jennifer Cunich as its new chief executive officer.
Iraqi-born British architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the only woman to receive the RIBA Royal Gold Medal, has passed away at age 65.
The tapestry that Jørn Utzon commissioned Le Corbusier to design is finally officially installed in the Sydney Opera House.
Wellington senior interior designer Julia McPherson has been appointed as an associate at Warren and Mahoney.
The UoA in collaboration with Ako Aotearoa has just launched project Te Whaihanga: Preparing students to work with Māori.
Camille Khouri visits the Italian pavilion and checks out Nelson company Switch Lighting’s stand on her final day at the fair.
The second day at the Light+Building trade fair sees Camille Khouri visiting the Trends and Digital Building exhibitions.
80 projects from across Australia and New Zealand have been shortlisted in nine categories.
Auckland firm RTA Studio has announced the appointment of Natalie Stebben as associate.
Camille Khouri of Interior reports from the Light+Building trade fair currently taking place in Frankfurt, Germany.
140-plus building professionals teed off at the NZIOB PlaceMakers Golf Day 2016, held at Pakuranga Golf Course in February.