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.
Progressive Building looks at the latest in lighting technology and design in New Zealand and abroad.
Consultant Neil Purdie talks energy efficiency in commercial buildings.
Does Australia’s energy rating scheme for houses actually encourage the use of air-conditioning?
Joby Barham discusses the design for a 600-hectare park on the banks of China’s Yangtze River.
Kelly Henderson suggests “the suburb is a crack house”.
Local and international experts come together to discuss the critical role of design in the future of healthcare.
Houses talks to Shay Brazier of Evident Connect, a building performance consultancy that evolved from the Zero Energy House project.
In Malaysia’s Sarawak rainforest, Unitec’s Renee Davies experiences a cultural landscape like no other.
Bill McKay finds an addition to the “21st-century genre of hagiographic publications.”
AECOM’s Glenn Jowett discusses the urgency around the uptake of Building Information Modelling (BIM).
A mid-range hotel achieves the mood of a four-star equivalent thanks to clever design and… fresh bread.
Retail spaces are transforming an industrial enclave off Auckland’s Ponsonby Road into a vibrant fashion hub.
When Sir Ian Athfield won the NZIA Gold Medal in 2004, Architecture New Zealand asked eight architects to share some words about the architectural icon.
With seven New Zealand projects short-listed for WAF 2014, our architects were out in force in Singapore.
Sarosh Mulla suggests that city growth is “not about cramming low-quality, prison-like quarters into every nook and cranny.”
The fractured laneways and decentralised spaces of Melbourne’s Federation Square provide inspiration for Christchurch.
Urbis’ annual round-up of the very best products, places and people.
Interior magazine explores the local food-truck scene.
John Sacks reviews on one of the world’s largest office and object trade shows.
Architecture New Zealand magazine reviews a new book about the Transitional Cathedral and its architect.
Chris Kelly suggests ways architects can remind the public that architecture is essential to the quality of civic life.
Graeme Birkhead of Arrow International says solving Auckland’s housing crisis will require an overhaul of the status quo.
On a tour of Japan, Sam Daysh is awe-struck by the fine attention to detail he discovers in its architecture.
Architect Guy Marriage muses on the New Zealand Transport Agency’s contentious Basin Bridge (flyover) proposal.
Stephen Olsen learns from a city that does density well.
Graduate landscape architect Steffan Kraberger muses on the inherent narratives of this well-traversed landscape.
Architecture student Sam Aislabie envisages the kind of city we want Auckland to become 50 years from now.
Urbis reviews a book about some of Australia’s most iconic residential dwellings.
No winter hibernation for the Longbush volunteers.