Projects | Lake Waikaremoana’s new visitor centre by Tennent Brown Architects returns local iwi to its ancestral home beside the lake.
Projects | Michael O’ Sullivan has designed a lofty auditorium for the Māngere branch of the Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga in Auckland.
Review | Federico Monsalve speaks to designers from Architectus about some of the basic interior requirements of legal spaces.
Projects | Wellington Airport’s latest addition by WaM features a ‘net’ of angled cross-frames that stretch between existing buildings.
Projects | Ōtāhuhu’s new train station delivers a rich, multi-layered experience, as well as a sense of our place in the South Pacific.
Projects | Dalman Architecture’s community-minded Chapel Street Centre is a dramatic piece of place-making, executed with modest means.
Review | Architecture and religion have been entwined since the beginning. Here, we take a look at ten contemporary faith spaces.
Projects | A new surf club, designed by Wilson & Hill Architects, sits both confidently and modestly on the golden sands of Sumner Beach.
Projects | From a sculptural visitor centre to a sophisticated theatre, these are ArchitectureNow’s top five civic spaces of 2016.
Projects | Fearon Hay Architects’ design for a chapel at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell is an elegant and delightful sacred space.
News | Panuku Development has just announced plans for the Civic Administration Building in Aotea Square and the surrounding area.
Projects | A new theatre complex in the heart of Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter is a vibrant hive-like complex.
News | The NSW government has revealed working designs for a comprehensive upgrade of the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House.
Projects | RTA Studio Architects’ bold and innovative design has supported the transformation of a troubled school in the Bay of Plenty.
Review | Nick Roberts looks at two types of self-aware isolated urban enclaves: the corporate tech campus and the free-trade zone.
Projects | Nine government agencies – and their respective interior identities – are comfortably housed together.
Review | Contemporary funeral architecture is dignified and minimalistic, with spaces that engage with a fuller range of experience.
Projects | Christchurch’s first civic building to be designed since the earthquakes is a bold and innovative bus station by Architectus.
Projects | Brightly coloured and multifunctional, this building serves as the community services centre for a small Canterbury town.
Projects | With its roots in Pacific culture, Archimedia’s new community centre has been likened to “a giant musical instrument”.