Projects | At Waimana on the northern edge of Te Uruwera, a modest wharemate absorbs the creation myth of Rangi and Papa in its form.
Projects | Lake Waikaremoana’s new visitor centre by Tennent Brown Architects returns local iwi to its ancestral home beside the lake.
Review | We take a look at 20 diverse vernacular buildings from across the globe, and ask if this form is relevant in today’s world.
Review | Melissa Firth discusses Mahuki – the world’s first culture sector acceleration programme, based at Wellington’s Te Papa.
Review | Architectural graduate Te Ari Prendergast discusses “Te Noho Kotahi: identity and reconciliation in post-quake Canterbury”.
Projects | Harris Butt Architecture’s museum is a subtle addition to a cluster of important buildings that discuss New Zealand’s history.
Projects | Cheshire Architects’ Rore Kāhu, in the Bay of Islands, is a portal that propels its visitors out to distant historic sites.
News | The ASB Waterfront Theatre will be Auckland’s new, state-of-the-art performing arts facility and will open in late September.
Projects | Exhibition design and architecture driven by lofty ideals of biculturalism and dialogue.
Review | More than a pure receptacle for creativity, art museum architecture is often as much food for thought as the artworks inside.
Practice | Thousands of Totara tree seeds will be planted for future generations to use, thanks to the Totara Legacy Project.
Practice | A conversation around the meanings and implications of the recent Making the Culturally Shared Landscape marae-based wānangas.
Practice | Rameka Alexander-Tu’inukuafe reflects on the progress of Māori architecture over the past 20 years.
Projects | Is it possible to create a space that captures, frames and celebrates the constant movement of Len Lye’s work?
Projects | Patterson Associates’ sculptural art gallery invokes the spirit of renowned Kiwi artist Len Lye and New Plymouth’s culture.
Review | A look at contemporary museum design; as interesting and creative as the cultural and historical artifacts housed within.
Projects | A vibrant home for the performing and visual arts takes its design cues from the community it serves.
Review | The inauguration of the Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth ensured that architecture and art truly engaged with the wider public.
News | Auckland’s last remaining wooden boat-building yard is set to be transformed into a social and education centre.
News | A sneak preview at the much-anticipated Len Lye Centre, due to open in New Plymouth on Saturday 25 July.