Sandra Kaji-O’Grady previews Vo Trong Nghia Architects’ pavilion Green Ladder, SCAF’s 2016 Fugitive Structures commission.
The Goods Line is an elevated, pedestrian-scale linear park in Sydney that maintains a constant level of public life.
History, geology and industry combine in a waterfront project that’s a hybrid of street and park.
Isthmus and Studio Pacific combine forces on an upgrade to Wellington’s single-biggest social housing complex.
A development carved out of the floor of a former quarry, resembles, in part, just what it states.
A walk around the outside of AUT University’s latest addition.
An intricate paving design and curving banks are referenced in the layout of the atea in front of Pipitea Marae’s wharenui.
Sills van Bohemen take an important step towards connecting Takapuna’s main street with the natural beauty of its coastline.
A brilliant landscape device by Baracco + Wright Architects solves a suburban privacy issue.
Reset Urban Design puts in place a number of intitiatives to turn Waiuku back to the river.
New Zealand’s broad range spread of landscapes is now replicated at Te Wao Nui, the New Zealand precinct at Auckland Zoo.
A small Wellington park gets revised for a new generation of urban use.
Boffa Miskell ventures under the bridge and works up a public plaza in a tricky position.
Jellicoe Street, North Wharf Promenade and Silo Park (Auckland) by Taylor Cullity Lethlean with Wraight + Associates.
Pontoons, a pier, boardwalk and sand-covered beach are just some of the citizen-friendly interventions at Judges Bay.
Stage one of transportation network for the North Shore of Auckland – connecting parks, reserves and backyards.
Behind a dramatic screen of twisted metal ribbons, AECOM and Warren & Mahoney have created an open space for students.
A pedestrian-favouring gathering space that frees the Auckland Public Library from its narrow confines.
A strong, simple hierarchy of planting creates visual cohesion amongst this complex arrangement of roads and bridges.
A technicoloured activity centre and ‘skater pit stop’ for Auckland’s Flat Bush residents.
Isthmus Group’s urban design team goes to town in Taradale.
35 resource consents, 45 building consents, 2 district plan changes, 16 months of construction and bam! Hello waterfront.
Archoffice used perforated steel and images of Waitakere’s history to revamp the block.
Athfield Architects and Wraight + Associates use urban designs to transform Wellington’s waterfront.
Landscape architect Charles Gordon gives Midland Park a refreshing new look.
Architecture Workshop designs a stunning building for a famous site.