Unitec’s architecture students and their tutor, Lester Mismash, designed and built an installation in The Cloud.
Interior magazine’s roving correspondent pops into Italy to check out the new wave of film production.
Architectural façades have been taking cues from another sort of skin art – the tattoo, as Nicole Stock explains.
Sue Wake offers a bouquet to designers that have attempted to transform playgrounds.
A carefully considered design approach by Helen & Hard.
Matter architect Jonathan Smith reflects on what has been achieved throughout the four year construction saga.
During Christchurch’s 22 February earthquake, the façade of a heritage building collapsed, killing 12 people.
Tommy Honey finds that you can make functional public architecture a lot of fun.
Connal Townsend, chief executive of Property Council New Zealand, is cautiously optimistic that this year will see growth.
A great tome on how to get plenty of house on to just a little bit of land.
The book considers how we subconsciously perceive colours and how those perceptions can influence what we buy and feel.
Artichoke editor Penny Craswell considers Australia’s burgeoning furniture design scene.
The 2012 Milan Furniture Fair is already in full swing and there is plenty of eye candy around to whet the appetite.
An overview of completed and under-construction projects in Christchurch.
Six architecture students describe their experiences in Haiti while working on projects for NGO Architecture for Humanity.
Peter Beaven takes us back in time to when new ideas about architecture were taking shape.
Stephen Olsen reports from Urbanism Downunder, a gathering of 100 practitioners committed to discussing ways our cities work.
Matthew Glubb, Mike Thomas and Joseph Muir sit down and answer some questions about the redevelopment process.
In preparation for Milan Design Week 2012 here is a snippet of Ron Gilad’s work that he will be exhibiting.
‘Resident’ is due to make its debut appearance at this years Milan Design Week.
Wellington recently hosted a ‘hotbed of discussion’ focused on low-carbon economies and sustainable cities.
Design lovers and enthusiasts turned up on 24 March for a day of fun and inspiration.
Mr Bigglesworthy’s Emma Eagle takes a look at some of the finest mid-century modern furniture designs to grace our shores.
This intimate, compressed and formal space confidently re-energises a historical townhouse by letting the light in.
Skateboarding vs architecture: A study of public space and materiality in Auckland City.
The discussion was chaired by Alistair McKenzie and Justine Harvey.
Hot off the press – a collection of architectural cartoons by Malcolm Walker has just been released.
Five aspiring building professionals spend 21 days on Outward Bound course.
A comprehensive and inspiring reference of interior design in Australia and New Zealand today.
The role of earthquake legislation in protecting Christchurch’s heritage building. And, a question of money.
Hanging off a cliff overlooking Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown, Jagged Edge takes in the view.
In the world of office design, IT companies often lead the way in forming creative workplaces.
The Sketches, Plans and Drawings by Bruce Brooks Ffeiffer.
This small floor plan, and the owner’s design nous, proves that you don’t have to sacrifice style when building modestly.
Greg McKeown scrutinises Ports of Auckland’s plan to extend Bledisloe wharf by over 250m into the Waitemata harbour.
Krista Ferguson - Director of Homestar looks at ways to improve energy use in your house.
PrefabNZ exhibits a showcase of high-quality, sustainable, permanent, pre-made homes at Canterbury Agricultural Park.
A book celebrating lost buildings and streetscapes.
Simon Devitt puts down his camera to wax lyrical about the refurbishment of St Matthew-in-the-City.