Joel Cayford discusses the Council’s proposed sale of Queen Elizabeth Square in downtown Auckland and its implications.
Fourth-year UoA student Ryan Mahon offers some learnings from an architectural study tour through Spain and Portugal.
25 New Zealand students recently travelled to Melbourne to “collaborate, build and scheme about all things architecture”.
A look at contemporary museum design; as interesting and creative as the cultural and historical artifacts housed within.
Encouraging creativity and innovation in our workplaces requires a new way of thinking as to where and how we work.
The architecture of Japanese houses has developed from imported styles since prehistoric times.
A visit to Medellín, to explore how architecture is helping to change what was once one of the world’s most violent cities.
Barnaby Bennett discusses ‘the curious case of convention centres’, and how media affects the way our cities are constructed.
No longer purely a repository of books, today’s libraries are social and information hubs, combining physical with digital.
We denigrate it and try to escape from it, but urban noise might be the contemporary world’s most expressive moment.
Justine Harvey reviews Morphing: A Guide to Mathematical Transformations for Architects and Designers by Joseph Choma.
Though understated, these contemporary crematoria are no less evocative than ornate cathedrals of history.
Daiman Otto from Hampton Jones on creating accessible, sustainable and innovative housing solutions across New Zealand.
Guy Marriage attended a talk on a new library for the people on the island of Bougainville, a province of Papua New Guinea.
Marriage discusses the redevelopment of New Zealand’s National War Memorial Park in Wellington.
A glimpse inside the Supreme Supreme café space, with highlights from Coffee Supreme’s hospitality aesthetic.
Auckland-based architect Phil Smith reviews the World Forum Foundation’s Global Collaborative OnDesign for Children event.
ArchitectureNow looks at the housing crisis situation and potential solutions in Auckland, London and New York.
The inauguration of the Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth ensured that architecture and art truly engaged with the wider public.
Frank Gehry’s first Australian building is known for its daring façade, but the spaces within are its unseen beating heart.
A look at innovative, creative stadium architecture in New Zealand, Australia and beyond.
Robin Mellon from the GBCA presents a workshop on Innovation Challenges in Australia, and what’s in store for New Zealand.
Students from The University of Auckland have designed affordable residential housing for the elderly.
A visit to two Parisian practices reveals the City of Lights’ built heritage weighs heavily on its contemporary architects.
Sophie Dyring visits three exemplar social housing projects in New York City.
McKay on Auckland’s proposed port extension on behalf of the Auckland Architectural Association.
The 2015 Australian Institute of Architects’ National Conference: Grace Mortlock and David Neustein file their final report.
The 2015 Australian Institute of Architects’ national conference: Grace Mortlock and David Neustein assess risks and rewards.
A NSW court ruling prompts outcry after it seems to enlarge minimum apartment sizes - but the ruling has been misunderstood.
Ken Maher reflects on the selection of Australia’s creative directors for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
If you are drawn to the spiritual dimension in art, the NGA’s James Turrell exhibition could prove to be a revelation.
What happens when you recreate a public interior entirely out of wood and exhibit it in a gallery context?
Colin Martin visits touring exhibition Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age.
We take a look at the products and installations turning heads at the 2015 Milan Design Week.
Marnie Morieson journeys to Tokyo, where she finds a lack of planning control has resulted in a unique urban fabric.
A former resident of Dubai returns to the city to find it changed beyond recognition, but not redemption.
Thomas Denhardt investigates the effect of Australia’s ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires and how the architectural community can respond effectively.
Jeremy Bailey reminisces on Kunle Adeyemi’s presentation at the NZIA’s 2015 conference, in:situ.
Ahmed Yousef suggests that “the power of an idea can change people, impact history and, of course, metamorphose into architecture.”
Interior sat down with Aaron Paterson and Patrick Loo to discuss the NZIA’s 2015 Conference.