Referencing the historical use of the site, this 60-unit housing solution presented various construction challenges.
The University of Auckland’s newest building incorporates Australasia’s largest seismic testing facility.
Jasmax’s Merchant Quarter in New Lynn now features a distinctive 10-storeyed building of low-cost apartments.
A $35 million apartment and retail complex in Auckland’s central business district is stage one of a three-stage development.
A Fisher & Paykel appliance factory is converted to house its product designers and engineers.
References to domesticity, nostalgia, and mid-century engineering workshops fuel this luscious corporate fit out.
The ever-impressive Hip Group adds another culinary and architectural flower to its bouquet.
In an area imbued with history comes a modern incarnation.
Space and light and order – the ingredients for architecture with soul.
A retail space in Auckland’s Ponsonby Central is transformed into a haven for gadgetry.
When renovating a local landmark the desire to create something new while paying homage can pay dividends.
A luxurious, contemporary expression of traditional Japanese culture, Masu brings sophisticated new meaning to Asian fusion.
Sleek lines combine with organic shapes to imbue this bathroom with a sense of luxury.
Present tense - a contemporary addition completes this classic villa.
Form and function – a showpiece kitchen with substance.
History, geology and industry combine in a waterfront project that’s a hybrid of street and park.
Island life – designed as a retreat, this home nurtures the soul.
A $42 million revamp of four former brewery buildings is nearing completion after an extremely tight nine-month construction period.
Connected to, yet standing proud of, its surroundings, this bach is akin to an eyrie.
Collingridge And Smith Architects’ childcare centre breaks typical form with its sawtoothed roof and triangular-shaped plan.
Salmond Reed Architects has married an existing Victorian villa with a new cantilevered form on Auckland’s Ponsonby Road.
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.
Warren and Mahoney’s elegantly sinuous bridge spans Auckland’s Tamaki Drive, connecting Parnell.
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.
Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter’s first flagship office building, designed by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Jasmax.
Art deco-influenced new architecture near the top of New Zealand’s tallest building.
Jasmax applies a light touch to the refurbishment of one of the last remaining industrial buildings on Auckland’s waterfront.