Studio Pacific Architecture has given a transformative facelift on a limited budget to a social housing complex.
This lovingly crafted and comfortable home has a unique personality.
Plunging cliffs and a harsh coast provide the backdrop to this subtle yet alluring reserve.
The opening up of a formerly unused light well in this workplace was the catalyst for a revolution in staff engagement.
Expanses of glass and intense swathes of black, shot through with faceted shapes and bold colours, are talking points at every turn in this new workplace.
Architectus and Athfield Architects have joined forces to design an educational complex.
Isthmus and Studio Pacific combine forces on an upgrade to Wellington’s single-biggest social housing complex.
At first glance – the simplicity of form of this house belies its inner workings.
Warren and Mahoney’s sensitive transformation of a brutalist building in Wellington’s urban village.
A modern-day barbican, designed by Tennent + Brown Architects, stands vigil at the entry to Wellington.
Tides, whales, and carpenters in diving gear were just some of the obstacles faced in the first stage of this mammoth project.
An intricate paving design and curving banks are referenced in the layout of the atea in front of Pipitea Marae’s wharenui.
These 1970s Wellington council apartments are undergoing a $37 million seismic and functional upgrade.
Phil Smith designs a childcare centre that is literally embraced by the earth.
A Category II tunnel in one of Wellington’s largest suburbs is earthquake-strengthened by Fulton Hogan.
There has been a clearing of the decks in this building that is opening new doorways.
A cross-Tasman collaboration results in a sympathetic addition to one of Wellington’s much-loved cinema buildings.
Athfield Architects’ covered wicket at Scots College mimics ‘good cricket weather’ on a dour Wellington day.
A cool, calm and collected kitchen designed by John Mills.
The RNZAF’s new maintenance facility gets top marks with its five star green rating.
One of Wellington’s landmark buildings is undergoing major seismic strengthening.
The University’s Kelburn campus is designed to improve connections.
The disused elephant house is repurposed as a new tuckshop and event marquee.
Sustainable design is not necessarily about spending excessive money or adding worthless appendages.
Andrew Cox designs Heyday, a bespoke playground of the mind, for a group of Wellington-based digital design boffins.
Landscape architect Charles Gordon gives Midland Park a refreshing new look.
Ric Slessor has designed a house on a difficult steep site.
Studio Pacific Architecture and Warren and Mahoney set out to produce a new airport terminal that is a destination in itself.