Tai Tapu Sculpture Garden’s third annual autumn exhibition opens on 5 March, featuring over 50 contemporary works.
Leading architect David Mitchell has been named as a 2016 Distinguished Alumni by the University of Auckland.
The 2016 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum has opened with the unveiling of the Fugitive Structures pavilion by Vo Trong Nghia Architects.
London’s Serpentine Galleries has released the designs for its 2016 pavilion, designed by BIG, and other new commissions.
New Zealand leading design publisher announces realignment of business to refocus on its core print titles, digital platforms and events.
The Chinese government has released a guideline forbidding odd-shaped buildings described as “xenocentric” and “weird.”
Social enterprise Rekindle launches a new major project Resource: Rise Again, focusing on reusing currently wasted resources.
Bernard Tschumi leads generous international student architecture competition for design that fosters ‘new modes of living.’
This interactive event will provide a platform for conversation regarding offsite technologies and innovative construction.
The Serpentine Gallery, London, has announced that the Bjarke Ingels Group will design its 2016 summer pavilion.
Dr Zena O’Connor will present a series of seminars on colour in architecture and design in three New Zealand locations.
The race to find New Zealand’s top commercial interiors is on!
Wellington’s First Light Studio has emerged as the winner of the PrefabNZ open-source UniPod design competition.
Hadid has accepted her 2016 Royal Gold Medal, marking her as the first female architect to win the award in her own right.
Ngā Aho is hosting an international indigenous design conference at Whakapara Marae, Northland, from 26 – 29 Feb 2016.
International architecture practice Woods Bagot is set to open a design studio in Auckland, and will be hiring local talent.
Architectural graduate Antonia Lapwood awarded the Warren and Mahoney Intl Scholarship to attend the 2016 Venice Biennale.
The architecture and design industry leads a list of hot industries for 2016, according to employment website SEEK.
Mokum’s Stephanie Moffitt reports from the current Heimtextil Trade Fair in Frankfurt.
Tony van Raat is heading up the newly-formed School of Architecture at AUT. Justine Harvey spoke with him about his role.
Santiago-based architect Alejandro Aravena has received international architecture’s highest honour.
Stephanie Moffitt, from Mokum, reports on trends and atmosphere at the current Heimtextil Trade Fair in Frankfurt.
Speakers from NZ, Malaysia and Japan have been announced for the Architecture Asia Pacific Symposium, to be held March 2016.
Two young employees have won the Jasmax award, which celebrates innovation, personal growth and design excellence.
Online entries to the much-anticipated Interior Awards 2016 open on February 10.
The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced a global prize for the world’s best new building, starting in 2016.
The 2016 Interior Awards jury includes a stellar line-up of industry experts and professionals.
Stuck on what to get a building-lover for Christmas? Check out our diverse gift ideas, from cube robots to cocktail shakers.
On 3 December, the much-anticipated Nelson Street cycleway, Te Ara I Whiti (the lightpath), opened to much fanfare.
James Durcan of Victoria University has won the 2015 NZIA Cadimage Group Student Design Awards, announced 3 December.
Revie footwear has opened a flagship boutique in Ponsonby, designed by Katie Revie and James Morgan from Warren and Mahoney.
Bastion Point, Auckland will host a major international flower and garden show next year, the first since 2008.
Partner Content: the Server Room Reboot project is a collaborative effort by Microsoft, Zespri and creative agency Y&R.
The two winners of the 2015 Formica Formations Design Competition were revealed at an awards function on 19 November.
Twelve projects were awarded for exceptional visions of the future at the AAA Visionary Architecture Awards on 17 November.
Celebrating Australia and New Zealand’s best hospitality design.
The Registered Master Builders 2015 House of the Year Awards were announced at a gala evening in Auckland on 14 November.
Lucy Eng of Beca, Christchurch, has won two awards at the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Infinite Value Awards.
Twenty Series 7 chairs have been reinterpreted by 20 Australian and New Zealand designers.
Dr Charles Walker discusses Future Islands, the theme for New Zealand’s national exhibition at the 2016 Venice Biennale.