News | Massey University’s recent Exposure exhibition featured 3 interesting architecture/urbanism apps by Spatial Design students.
Practice | Martin Leitch explores how buildings and the people who run them are being transformed by the digital revolution.
Review | Melissa Firth discusses Mahuki – the world’s first culture sector acceleration programme, based at Wellington’s Te Papa.
Review | New technologies are changing the way we light up our homes, through clever connectivity and innovative designs.
Projects | A New Zealand-Japanese collaboration has resulted in a highly innovative LVL timber school in the heart of Christchurch.
News | Google has launched an app that allows the user to take virtual reality tours of some of the world’s most prominent buildings.
People | Melbourne-based architect Roland Snooks chats with Amelia Melbourne-Hayward about robotics and algorithmic design.
Review | The Politics of Parametricism: Digital Technologies in Architecture, edited by Matthew Poole and Manuel Shvartzberg.
Practice | In the last Future Thinking instalment, Sarosh Mulla discusses the potential of Virtual Reality technology for architecture.
Practice | Not since the industrial revolution has the construction industry faced the kind of widespread change that BIM heralds.
Practice | Lynne Elvins explores the seemingly unlikely connection between virtual reality and interiors.
Practice | The fourth in the Future Thinking series, Sarosh Mulla investigates three dimensional point cloud scanning technology.
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.
Practice | Thomas Denhardt speaks with some pioneers of ‘PC-guided production’, which is changing construction in New Zealand.
Practice | New developments in architecture and technology are making pure air privately available. We should be concerned.
Practice | For the third in the Future Thinking series, Sarosh Mulla reports on Make/Use, a user-focused zero-waste fashion project.
Practice | Guy Marriage investigates how technology is, inevitably, influencing the way architecture is designed and constructed.
Review | Kathleen Kinney and Camille Khouri step into the not-too-distant future of hi-tech building and workplace management.
Practice | The second in a series exploring design research and innovation, compiled by Auckland-based designer, Sarosh Mulla.