In an area imbued with history comes a modern incarnation.
Space and light and order – the ingredients for architecture with soul.
Creative Spaces helps move Lion into an expansive and colourful new head office in Freeman’s Bay.
Reworking of this 20-year-old theatre has received rapturous applause from those that play there.
A humble mechanic’s workshop in a developing part of town gets a full makeover.
A subtle process of subtraction and addition underpins this heritage building’s reworking into a modern office space.
Art deco-influenced new architecture near the top of New Zealand’s tallest building.
Renovation of the ANZ Centre in Auckland focuses on the fitout works undertaken by Warren and Mahoney and Hassell.
Cheshire Architects takes the opportunity to express its feminine side with the design of this hybrid salon.
A little slice of classic Americana, albeit with a local twist, comes to Kingsland, in Auckland.
Interior visits the future of tertiary education at AUT University’s high-tech development.
A cool and clever home, away from home, for an Auckland-based couple.
McKinney + Windeatt Architects’ renovation of a former rabbit warren near Auckland’s Victoria Park epitomises “the epoch of coffee”.
An artful and large-scale foyer expansion and revitalisation breathes new life.
An Auckland kitchen by Dorrington Architects is a cool and comfortable addition.
Context Architects’ free-range designs for Westpac on Queen Street.
A kitchen by Megan Edwards in a historic home fits in with style and grace.
Advertising agency JWT move into the Imperial Buildings and enlist the skills of Fearon Hay for their fit-out.
Two young designers box clever within the narrow confines of milk and cookies.
A large ‘zone-based’ fit-out by Studio Pacific Architecture has put this engineering consultancy’s expertise on show.
Taking ‘mixed use’ to new extremes, this bar and restaurant is also a fully functioning custom motorcycle workshop.
A graphic design firm takes on a large, light-filled floor plate and takes care of the things that matter most.
A fresh look for a tech-savvy global company by HBO+EMTB.
This restaurant’s visual aesthetic, devised by architects Noel Lane and Tom Rowe, is based on dichotomy.
This colourful fit-out derives its visual features from aspects of rolling stock and other railroad-related devices.
Air New Zealand’s training facility is modernised and improved to be on song with the national carrier’s front end.
Oiled wooden floors and glossy black glass divisions are highlights of this advertising agency.
Cheshire Architects combine the best of Mahogany Row with some elegant modernity.
Tommy Honey takes a history lesson down at Auckland’s converted cinema complex.
A timeless aesthetic expressed with quality materials and signature flourishes by Andre Lister Architect.