Justine Harvey spoke with Lene Tranberg of Denmark’s Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter when she was in New Zealand this year.
We chat to Ana O’Connell, one half of newly-formed award-winning Wellington practice Lovell & O’Connell Architects.
Nick Sayes and Luke Jackson are two young architects who have recently joined forces to form Sayes Jackson.
The third in the series, Zack Johnson of VUW discusses his thesis, which is inspired by his interest in public infrastructure.
Maurice Mahoney honours Don Donnithorne, a characterful Christchurch architect with a lasting body of work.
In the second of the series, UoA Master of Architecture student Salva Shah talks about her home and identity-focused thesis.
The 2016 Gold Medal winner, Roger Walker, discusses his career with Justine Harvey.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward sat down with Dominic Glamuzina to discuss urbanism, future directions and the black magic of TV.
Director of SJB Interiors in Sydney, Jonathan Richards chats to Leanne Amodeo about all things kitchen and bathroom design.
SANNZ chats with Vic Uni Master of Architecture student Scott Meekings about the ideas behind his digital-focused thesis.
Snøhetta simultaneously explores handicraft and cutting-edge technologies to create beautiful and experimental work.
Glass artists Stephen Bradbourne & Isaac Katzoff use traditional techniques to create handblown light pendants and glassware.
Inspired by nature and her incessant travels, textile designer and founder of Nodi Rugs Olivia Smith speaks about her craft.
In the first of the On The Rise series, we talk to Haley Hooper, graduate urban designer at Jasmax’s Auckland studio.
Architect Joseph Hampton discusses his career and the layers of history, culture and context that precede his designs.
Some of New Zealand’s most handcrafted homes are created by Andrew Bull, Michael O’Sullivan and Glenn Watt’s studio.
Amelia Melbourne-Hayward chats with architect Katherine Skipper, principal at Warren and Mahoney in Wellington.
Julia Gatley honours the life and career of well-known heritage practitioner and advocate Bruce Petry.
Melbourne architect Kerstin Thompson discusses the demands of practice, parenting and housing with Amelia Melbourne-Hayward.
The award-winning architect behind Metropolitan Architecture Studio discusses his influences and process.
Kiwi artist Jillian Whitmore makes translucent watercolours with layers and forms that depict transformative cityscapes.
Dutch architect Jos de Krieger, partner at Superuse Studios, discusses how we can design with reusable ‘waste’ materials.
Melbourne-based architect Roland Snooks chats with Amelia Melbourne-Hayward about robotics and algorithmic design.
Architect Christina van Bohemen, director of Sills van Bohemen, speaks about her new role as president of the NZIA.
Designer Kris Ericksen, the creative mind behind modular design system Plato, discusses the experimental interlocking product.
Jane Aimer talks frankly about apartment living and running one of the first female-led practices in New Zealand.
Andrea Bell of bell + co architecture chats with Amelia Melbourne-Hayward about her career and starting her own practice.
An interview with New Zealand-born Amanda Reynolds, director of London firm AR Urbanism, about how we can make better cities.
Kiwi-born architect Antony Martin talks about his work and design aesthetic, and how he came to settle across the Tasman.
The Emerging Design Professional Award went to a passionate, concept-driven young designer at 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.
Italian architect Mario Cucinella discusses designing for context and making a difference in Gaza with ArchitectureNow.
The projects of this Wellington-based architecture studio draw on the different approaches of its French-Kiwi directors.
We chat to Brian White, one half of Edwards White Architects, a Hamilton studio that is making waves in the Waikato region.
New Zealand’s own Peruvian-born architectural designer José Gutiérrez talks heritage and fit-out projects versus new sites.
Lauren Hare of Hare Interiors creates interiors that blend a rich palette of materials, textures and colours.
Justine Harvey interviewed architect Marwa al-Sabouni, whose memoir is a moving account of living in war-torn Homs, in Syria.
Power couple of the local architecture scene, Jessica Barter and Charles Walker, invite us into their Grey Lynn villa.
New Zealand architect Nick Roberts talks about working as an architect in Amsterdam and the lessons learnt along the way.
Kathleen Kinney spoke with three recent landscape architecture graduates about working in the profession and their futures.