Projects | From a sculptural visitor centre to a sophisticated theatre, these are ArchitectureNow’s top five civic spaces of 2016.
People | Justine Harvey spoke with Lene Tranberg of Denmark’s Lundgaard & Tranberg Arkitekter when she was in New Zealand this year.
Review | Colin Martin explores London’s latest arty architectural offering, the £260m Tate Modern extension by Herzog & de Meuron.
Projects | A new theatre complex in the heart of Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter is a vibrant hive-like complex.
Review | Architectural graduate Te Ari Prendergast discusses “Te Noho Kotahi: identity and reconciliation in post-quake Canterbury”.
News | The NZIA are fighting DoC’s recent decision that the Aniwaniwa Visitor Centre in Te Urewera National Park be demolished.
News | The NSW government has revealed working designs for a comprehensive upgrade of the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House.
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.
Review | Danish practice Spektrum Arkitekter discussed their socially-minded approach to architecture during the recent ‘City Talks’.
News | Grimshaw Architects, also behind Auckland’s CRL, has designed five new underground train stations for Melbourne Metro Tunnel.
Projects | Exhibition design and architecture driven by lofty ideals of biculturalism and dialogue.
Practice | An exploration of the uneasy relationship between the RMA and the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act.
Review | More than a pure receptacle for creativity, art museum architecture is often as much food for thought as the artworks inside.
Projects | Federico Monsalve speaks to Grant Harris of Harris Butt Architects about his recently completed Waitangi Museum.
Projects | In Orana Wildlife Park, a team of designers, consultants and staff created a suitable home for our country’s only gorillas.
Review | Part of the 2015 Taranaki Garden Spectacular, this installation by designer Xanthe White explores the nature of change.
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.