Practice | Thomas Denhardt investigates how architects can improve the lives of those who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Practice | Lee Hillam reflects on the long-hours culture in architecture and asks: What is the real cost of this exploitative practice?
Practice | Thomas Denhardt examines Lebanon’s conflict-filled history and asks, “What is the architect’s role during war and conflict?”
Practice | The first in an ongoing series by Bill McKay and Jason Mann on the long-neglected architecture of the South Pacific.
News | Elisapeta Heta, an architectural graduate at Jasmax, has been co-opted as the Ngā Aho representative to the NZIA board.
Practice | Guy Marriage investigates the effects of the recent 7.8-magnitude Kaikoura earthquake on Wellington’s city buildings.
Practice | New research discusses how the architectural profession might better support its members through periods of mental illness.
Practice | Lynne Elvins discusses the lack of diversity in top design roles – and how we can close the gender and diversity gaps.
Practice | A look at recent changes to the Health and Safety at Work Act, and how architects can avoid running into problems.
Practice | Architects increasingly need to be more savvy when it comes to preventing and resolving disagreements.
Practice | A report on solving design challenges for health through the presence of water.
Practice | For the third in the Future Thinking series, Sarosh Mulla reports on Make/Use, a user-focused zero-waste fashion project.
Practice | Partner Content: An Interface research study on the relationship between psychological well-being, work environments and employee expectations.
Practice | Progressive Building talks to Steel Construction NZ manager Alistair Fussell about the state of the steel industry.
Practice | Partner Content: A Steelcase paper on reconnecting with the startup mindset without getting weighed down by the sheer scale of a large enterprise.
Practice | A group of architectural designers at Jasmax are working to promote Māori cultural engagement in design and creative thinking.
Practice | The second in a series exploring design research and innovation, compiled by Auckland-based designer, Sarosh Mulla.
Practice | A new architectural social enterprise is weaving together youth creativity and community into real-life design projects.
Practice | Rameka Alexander-Tu’inukuafe reflects on the progress of Māori architecture over the past 20 years.
Practice | Increasingly realistic digital renderings and ubiquitous online commentary necessitate a new framework for informed debate.