This “1970s Japanese spaceship” home in Falls Creek, Australia is designed with both playfulness and pragmatism.
Built as a warehouse in 1926, the PR Colebrook building is being repurposed into Auckland’s ‘newest’ apartment building.
Referencing the historical use of the site, this 60-unit housing solution presented various construction challenges.
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.
Hobsonville Land Company, Isthmus and Architecture Workshop have tested a new approach to affordable detached housing.
It is what isn’t in this building - constructed four floors above the ground on an existing structure - that makes it unique.
Isthmus and Studio Pacific combine forces on an upgrade to Wellington’s single-biggest social housing complex.
Tides, whales, and carpenters in diving gear were just some of the obstacles faced in the first stage of this mammoth project.
Designgroup Stapleton Elliott’s highly considered scheme in Wellington’s Newtown sets a benchmark for social housing in New Zealand.
The $10 million remediation of a retirement complex in Papamoa is challenging the status quo.
These 1970s Wellington council apartments are undergoing a $37 million seismic and functional upgrade.
New Zealand’s largest leaky building remediation project was completed in August this year, on time and under budget.