Warren and Mahoney’s sensitive transformation of a brutalist building in Wellington’s urban village.
A temporary restaurant, based in a historical pier building, right at the heart of the America’s Cup zone in San Fransisco.
RTA Studio has lightly applied Glasgow’s heritage to Saint Kentigern College’s new educational hub in Auckland.
Cheshire Architects takes the opportunity to express its feminine side with the design of this hybrid salon.
The PwC Centre revitalises what was a vacant site for more than 15 years.
Tides, whales, and carpenters in diving gear were just some of the obstacles faced in the first stage of this mammoth project.
Interior visits the future of tertiary education at AUT University’s high-tech development.
McKinney + Windeatt Architects’ renovation of a former rabbit warren near Auckland’s Victoria Park epitomises “the epoch of coffee”.
As Hip Group takes Auckland’s culinary scene by storm, Interior ventures into one of its latest premises.
Shigeru Ban’s design bases itself on a system of proportions derived from the original Christchurch Cathedral.
An artful and large-scale foyer expansion and revitalisation breathes new life.
An intricate paving design and curving banks are referenced in the layout of the atea in front of Pipitea Marae’s wharenui.
The Carlton Hotel packs a lot of punch for its size, combining modern design with a heritage-inspired fit out.
Due for completion in mid-2013, The Crossing will feature five buildings around a podium base linked by an open-air plaza.
Bonnifait + Giesen has found a novel way to bring light to the nether regions of this art deco-era theatre.
Context Architects’ free-range designs for Westpac on Queen Street.
Athfield Architects has succeeded in giving the building an open-hearted civility and a conscience.
The first NZ application of PRESSS technology in steel construction comes with an advanced damping system.
Architecture as landscape is the principle that guided Warren and Mahoney’s Buddhist pagoda for a temple in Auckland.
Phil Smith designs a childcare centre that is literally embraced by the earth.
Copeland Associates Architects’ Tower at Auckland’s North Harbour Stadium may be “just a box but it’s a box done well”.
Utilising bespoke building methods, a wellness centre near Queenstown is the first of its kind in New Zealand.
Behind Auckland’s Ponsonby Road shopping mecca is RTA Studio’s stunning retail precinct.
Irving Smith Jack Architects’ adaptive reuse of a former Briscoes retail box has given the abandoned building new life.
Tennent + Brown Architects’ community sports centre in Wellington deals with its harsh environs with aplomb.
Drama and a sense of community within this Auckland building’s medieval-like laneways of the future by Patterson Associates.
A dramatic volume links the duo of black-and-white box forms in Wellington.
A well-organised backdrop for musical endeavour and vitality by Architectus.
Together with Daryl Jackson of Sydney, Jasmax has created a more connected and student-centred space.
Warren and Mahoney has designed two student accommodation blocks to meet increasing demand and expectations.