Practice | Jane Hill and Te Ari Prendergast investigate how architects can equip today’s learners for an ongoing climate of change.
News | Designer Sarosh Mulla has just graduated with the first PhD in Architecture with Creative Practice Component from the UoA.
News | Otago Polytechnic has just begun offering the first Bachelor of Architectural Studies in Dunedin.
News | Pritzker Prize laureate Frank Gehry will teach a course in design and architecture for online education platform MasterClass.
Practice | Partner Content: A Steelcase report into how space can help improve student attention, engagement and learning outcomes.
News | Architect Peter Zellner will establish a tuition-free, “post-studio” architecture school based in Los Angeles in 2017.
Projects | A New Zealand-Japanese collaboration has resulted in a highly innovative LVL timber school in the heart of Christchurch.
News | Athfield Architects have designed the main block of Samuel Marsden Collegiate School in Wellington as a “glowing lantern”.
Review | We feature 10 imaginatively-designed kindergartens that encourage children’s creativity and need for expression.
Projects | RTA Studio Architects’ bold and innovative design has supported the transformation of a troubled school in the Bay of Plenty.
Practice | In school environments, acoustic requirements should be addressed and integrated, right from the start of the design process.
News | The UoA in collaboration with Ako Aotearoa has just launched project Te Whaihanga: Preparing students to work with Māori.
Practice | Do landscape architects have the ability to alter behaviours in the direction of sustainability?
Practice | Justin Foote investigates the role of continuing education within the building and construction industry.
Careers | Tony van Raat is heading up the newly-formed School of Architecture at AUT. Justine Harvey spoke with him about his role.
Projects | A children’s space has been built according to the needs and perspectives of the children and their minders.
Practice | Architectural graduate Thomas Denhardt asks whether architecture schools are failing to prepare students for the profession.
Projects | Jasmax has drawn inspiration from West Auckland’s Pacific heritage for one of the largest secondary schools in New Zealand.
Projects | RTA Studio has designed a colourful, low-cost Māori immersion school on a plan conceived of ley lines drawn by significant markers in the local landscape.
Projects | The games village is envisaged as a point of engagement between the heart of the country, its people and the outside world.