A purpose-built community centre resolves a 20-year need for the youth of Glen Innes.
The 13-month rebuild of Christchurch’s historic Knox Church was a complex project.
This ‘craypot’ building is constructed entirely in timber and is the first in the world to use shear walls of CLT and LVL.
Opus Architecture has amalgamated a complex series of buildings from different eras on Napier’s 150-year-old museum site.
Muriwai’s new surf lifesaving clubhouse, designed by Jasmax, is set 300m back from its rapidly eroding coastline.
Architectus and Athfield Architects have joined forces to design an educational complex.
The new police headquarters in Rotorua merges culture and innovation, and develops the application of PRESSS technology.
Reworking of this 20-year-old theatre has received rapturous applause from those that play there.
Interior visits the future of tertiary education at AUT University’s high-tech development.
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.
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”.
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.
A building designed by Ivan Mercep of JASMaD in the early ‘80s has been seamlessly refurbished by RTA Studio.
Tennent + Brown Architects have realised the metaphorical essence of Te Whare Tapa Wha.
With vistas across Lake Wanaka to the Southern Alps, Sarah Scott Architects’ elegant church offers a sense of occasion.
Phil Smith Architects’ child-care centre in Kawakawa is an embodiment of kaitiakitanga or care for the environment.
The Court Theatre was one of many Christchurch institutions made homeless in the February earthquake.
Bringing people together for the Rugby World Cup, Jasmax’s organically-formed structure has already settled in the minds of New Zealanders.
Studio Pacific’s hangar-like hall acknowledges the engineered-timber heritage of many of the machines housed within.
The disused elephant house is repurposed as a new tuckshop and event marquee.
Cheshire Architects and William Ross Architects introduce a buzz of appreciative audiences to a tight Queen Street site.
A gallery addition by FJMT and Archimedia invites graceful navigation through New Zealand’s largest art collection.
This place of worship is given new angles and designs by Void Architecture.
Auckland’s St Matthew-in-the-city has welcomed a new chapel and kitchen designed by Salmond Reed Architects.
A Salvation Army treatment centre is transformed into a visitor centre with the help of Pearson and Associates Architects.
After a redevelopment involving one million man hours of work, the Auckland Art Gallery is almost complete.