Review | A compilation of book reviews from Houses Australia magazine in 2016 that hone in on alternative housing forms.
Review | Writer John Walsh and photographer Patrick Reynolds talk about their latest book and the future of housing.
Review | Pip Cheshire reviews Peter Beaven ARCHITECT by Peter Beaven.
Review | Pip Cheshire reviews Life of a Building: Futuna, edited by Nick Bevin and Gregory O’Brien.
Review | Colin Martin reviews the film High-Rise, based on JG Ballard’s novel about the psychological effects of ‘the tower block’.
Review | The Politics of Parametricism: Digital Technologies in Architecture, edited by Matthew Poole and Manuel Shvartzberg.
Practice | A review of a selection of influential publications written about the New Zealand-designed landscape since the 1890s.
Review | Guy Marriage reviews Industries of Architecture, edited by Katie Lloyd Thomas, Tilo Amhoff and Nick Beech.
Review | A review of The Architect as Worker: Immaterial Labor, the Creative Class, and the Politics of Design, edited by Peggy Deamer.
Review | This newly released book documents 25 projects that express Isthmus’ personal ideology, style and body of work.
Review | Guy Marriage reviews Worship, a book on the architecture of the New Zealand church.
Review | Matthew Bradbury reviews Living in Paradox: A History of Urban Design across Kainga, Towns and Cities in New Zealand.
Review | The architecture of Japanese houses has developed from imported styles since prehistoric times.
Review | Justine Harvey reviews Morphing: A Guide to Mathematical Transformations for Architects and Designers by Joseph Choma.
Review | Architecture New Zealand magazine reviews a new book about the Transitional Cathedral and its architect.
News | Freerange Press is releasing a new book, Once in a Lifetime: City-building after Disaster in Christchurch.
Review | Joanna Bates reviews a book featuring the new breed of the “21st-century-townhouse”.
Review | Amalie Wright provides an analysis of contemporary trajectories in urban park design.
News | Affordable housing issues are captured in a new book recently released in Wellington.
Review | A showcase of 30 years of work by landscape’s pioneer of “new wave naturalism,” Piet Oudolf.