News | New Zealand company Kaynemaile has won Best Architectural Product at the NYCxDesign Awards, announced 20 May.
Practice | Architect Min Hall looks at how we can increase awareness and uptake of the many forms of natural building in New Zealand.
Review | We feature 10 projects that show how this versatile, malleable material can be successfully utilised in a wide range of typologies.
People | Glass artists Stephen Bradbourne & Isaac Katzoff use traditional techniques to create handblown light pendants and glassware.
Review | Stronger than steel and able to withstand compression better than concrete, this raw tubular material is making a comeback.
Review | The use of this natural, ancient material in a range of both simple and complex projects illustrates its timeless flexibility.
Practice | Jeff Parker, Wood Producers & Manufacturers Association technical manager, talks about the latest advances in timber.
Practice | Bill McKay looks at the technology behind New Zealand’s Future Islands exhibition for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Review | Weathering steel has become something of a darling in the architectural world over the past few years. We investigate why.
Review | We feature 15 creative projects celebrating the variety of ways that this transparent, reflective material can be utilised.
Review | There is more to this material than carparks and brutalist blocks. Here, we review ten recent outstanding concrete projects.
Practice | John de Manincor talks with David Pigram, Iain Maxwell and James Gardiner about material technology and use.
Practice | Are so-called “biomaterials” redefining how architects engage with biological systems?
Practice | This article looks at recent research on the sustainability of western red cedar with examples of its application in projects.