Shigeru Ban’s design bases itself on a system of proportions derived from the original Christchurch Cathedral.
An intricate paving design and curving banks are referenced in the layout of the atea in front of Pipitea Marae’s wharenui.
Architecture as landscape is the principle that guided Warren and Mahoney’s Buddhist pagoda for a temple in Auckland.
With vistas across Lake Wanaka to the Southern Alps, Sarah Scott Architects’ elegant church offers a sense of occasion.
This place of worship is given new angles and designs by Void Architecture.
Auckland’s St Matthew-in-the-city has welcomed a new chapel and kitchen designed by Salmond Reed Architects.