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.
Architect Stuart Harrison speaks with US-based academic Thomas Fisher about vulnerability in the architecture profession.
Award-winning architectural graduates Alexander Sacha Milojevic and Raphaela Rose chat with ArchitectureNow.
Meet the people behind the companies supporting the 2016 Interior Awards, presented by Interior magazine.
A chat with Andrew Patterson of Pattersons Associates, winner of the 2015 Interior Awards Civic category.
The second in a series of two, New Zealand architect Judi Keith-Brown and graduate Elisapeta Heta talk to ArchitectureNow.
The first in a series of two, New Zealand architects Vanessa Carswell and Lynda Simmons talk to ArchitectureNow.
Through a clever mix of materiality and context, interior designer Rufus Knight is amassing an impressive list of work.
Iraqi-born British architect Dame Zaha Hadid, the only woman to receive the RIBA Royal Gold Medal, has passed away at age 65.
Aaron Paterson talks to Chilean architects Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen about some of their creations.
Rawstorne’s Sarah Johnson chats about winning the 2015 Interior Awards Installation category for their stage design MOKO.
Interior design legend has announced her retirement from teaching at the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design.
Arrow International’s CEO Mark Hopwood discusses the last four years at the helm of Arrow New Zealand.
Federico Monsalve of Interior chats with Carolina Izzo, the winner of the 2015 Interior Awards Craftsmanship category.
A catch up with Jasmax’s Meg Rowntree, winner of the 2015 Interior Awards Emerging Designer category.
Using local skills and materials, Terrain Architects creates architecture for needy communities from Indonesia to Africa.
Tim Hooson, formerly in interiors at Jasmax, explains NotYetKnown, the recently formed strategic and creative consultancy.
A catch up with Raimana Jones, winner of the inaugural Student category award at the 2015 Interior Awards.
ArchitectureNow chats with Kiwi architect Mark Ritchie about setting up his practice Architecture Building Culture in Canada.
Dr Robyn Phipps teaches construction at Massey University and is an advocate for improving health through better building.
Tributes flow for Paul Pholeros, the Australian founding director of Healthhabitat and architect, advocate and humanitarian.
Houses editor Justin Foote talks to Francis Whitaker of Mason & Wales Architects about a life spent in architecture.
Tony van Raat is heading up the newly-formed School of Architecture at AUT. Justine Harvey spoke with him about his role.
We farewell Stephen Jelicich: architect, historian and one of the co-founders of JASMaD, which became Jasmax in 1989.
The Nelson-born architect formed part of British firm AHMM, which was responsible for the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize winner.
Founder and director of TOA Architects, Nicholas Dalton draws inspiration from his Maori roots, context and family.
The 2016 Interior Awards jury includes a stellar line-up of industry experts and professionals.
The Chilean-born architect, a director at Steven Holl Architects, discusses his work on truly enormous projects in China.