Vanessa Coxhead chats with Kiwi-born, Paris-based architect Brendan MacFarlane about how apartments can foster communities.
Australian boutique hotels QT are making inroads into New Zealand. Aaron Paterson investigated the brand’s ethos and future.
Camille Khouri reviews three recent architecture books, including In Search of Bawa and Simon Devitt’s Rannoch.
We asked a few Kiwi architects and designers for some sage advice around the one of the most complex rooms in the house.
Guy Marriage reviews Ben Schrader’s The Big Smoke: New Zealand Cities 1840–1920, published by BWB.
In this age of blurred boundaries, kitchens can be more than functional food-prep spaces. We explore the latest kitchen trends.
Some of the most noteworthy installations of the 2017 Milan Furniture Fair, ranging from the futuristic to the “funtastico.”
Colin Martin investigates the latest international bathroom trends, that range from industrial chic to efficient modernism.
The life’s work of Zaha Hadid has been celebrated in two exhibitions in London, reviewed here by Colin Martin.
New Zealand and Australian designers were well represented across the world’s most important design fair.
Simon James and Scott Bridgens from Resident report from behind the scenes at the Milan International Furniture Fair 2017.
Camille Khouri reviews the NZGBC and Property Council’s Green Property Summit 2017, held in late March in Auckland.
Simon James and Scott Bridgens from Resident report from behind the scenes at the Milan Furniture Fair.
This year’s PrefabNZ CoLab conference emphasised the importance of partnerships and collaboration across the industry.
Barnaby Bennett reviews the fourth Festival of Transitional Architecture, held late last year in Christchurch.
The first week of the 2017 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum highlighted the diversity of work by architects across the region.
We feature 10 projects that show how this versatile, malleable material can be successfully utilised in a wide range of typologies.
Natalie Bradburn attended the recent in:situ conference to listen to leading architects from around the world.
A compilation of book reviews from Houses Australia magazine in 2016 that hone in on alternative housing forms.
Colin Martin visited John Pawson’s new revitalisation of the spectacular Design Museum in London.
We invited five Kiwi architects who attended the prestigious event last year in Berlin to talk about their experiences.
Architecture and religion have been entwined since the beginning. Here, we take a look at ten contemporary faith spaces.
Writer John Walsh and photographer Patrick Reynolds talk about their latest book and the future of housing.
A look at the London Design Festival, the London Design Biennale and Design Junction, which all took place in September.
Pip Cheshire reviews Peter Beaven ARCHITECT by Peter Beaven.
Colin Martin visited the 2016 Serpentine Pavilion and the newly-commissioned summer houses in London’s Kensington Gardens.
Keri Cunliffe of Studio106 was one of the winners of the Dulux DIAlogue on Tour. Here, she gives us a snapshot of the trip.
Katherine Sundermann and Andy Fergus recently visited Berlin to investigate and learn more about the Baugruppe phenomenon.
Maddie Palmer and Yousr Ali review some of the nationally held events, as well as the highlights from Wellington.
We’ve rounded up a list of 10 inventive, thought-provoking temporary structures that are small in scale but big on impact.
Pip Cheshire reviews Life of a Building: Futuna, edited by Nick Bevin and Gregory O’Brien.
Patrick Keane reviews the 2016 Venice Biennale through a digital lens, discussing projects that embrace the digital Zeitgeist.
Kim Dovey and Elek Pafka discuss the critical factors all great cities have in common, or a city’s “urban DMA”.
Melissa Firth discusses Mahuki – the world’s first culture sector acceleration programme, based at Wellington’s Te Papa.
New technologies are changing the way we light up our homes, through clever connectivity and innovative designs.
Partner Content: A look at some of Vo Trong Nghia Architects’ projects in urban Vietnam that incorporate biophilic design.
What happens to the sharing economy when online platforms such as Airbnb start experimenting with the city’s hardware?
Colin Martin explores London’s latest arty architectural offering, the £260m Tate Modern extension by Herzog & de Meuron.
Stronger than steel and able to withstand compression better than concrete, this raw tubular material is making a comeback.
Interior magazine picks some of the projects soon to be judged in the upcoming Inside Festival.