This space was designed to offer powerful experiences generated by the work of visionary Kiwi artist Len Lye.
A Fisher & Paykel appliance factory is converted to house its product designers and engineers.
A $42 million revamp of four former brewery buildings is nearing completion after an extremely tight nine-month construction period.
Architectus and Athfield Architects have joined forces to design an educational complex.
The new police headquarters in Rotorua merges culture and innovation, and develops the application of PRESSS technology.
Warren and Mahoney’s elegantly sinuous bridge spans Auckland’s Tamaki Drive, connecting Parnell.
Jasmax applies a light touch to the refurbishment of one of the last remaining industrial buildings on Auckland’s waterfront.
This triangular building gains its strength from a mass of concrete and steel reinforcing, and its circular core.
A world-class cycling facility is taking shape near Cambridge. We talked to Livingstone Builders about this complex build.
Inside ASB’s new regional branch in Tauranga, a workplace where an overt theme takes precedence over company branding.
Warren and Mahoney’s elegant transformation of the ANZ Centre injects a healthy dose of creativity and civic amenity.
The PwC Centre revitalises what was a vacant site for more than 15 years.
Tides, whales, and carpenters in diving gear were just some of the obstacles faced in the first stage of this mammoth project.
Interior visits the future of tertiary education at AUT University’s high-tech development.
An artful and large-scale foyer expansion and revitalisation breathes new life.
The Carlton Hotel packs a lot of punch for its size, combining modern design with a heritage-inspired fit out.
Due for completion in mid-2013, The Crossing will feature five buildings around a podium base linked by an open-air plaza.
Athfield Architects has succeeded in giving the building an open-hearted civility and a conscience.
Behind Auckland’s Ponsonby Road shopping mecca is RTA Studio’s stunning retail precinct.
Three35 is the first building in New Zealand, and possibly the world, to utilise an innovative damage avoidance technology.
Auckland’s East Quadrant finished office building by Dominion Constructors creates a vibrant eastern gateway to the city.
A Category II tunnel in one of Wellington’s largest suburbs is earthquake-strengthened by Fulton Hogan.
Drama and a sense of community within this Auckland building’s medieval-like laneways of the future by Patterson Associates.
A dramatic volume links the duo of black-and-white box forms in Wellington.
This heavy-timber structure on the edge of Christchurch’s red zone will house IT companies displaced by the earthquakes.
The administration building of Tip Top’s iconic Auckland factory has had a makeover. Progressive Building gets up close.
A watershed Wellington structure designed by architecture +.
A pragmatic Christchurch office building by Sheppard & Rout Architects features a secret vantage point.
Looking upwards on Wellington’s Willis Street is a wonderful spectacle - the articulated facade of an office building.
This extension in Wellington comprises two bridges, a stream, steep terrain and retaining walls.