People | Deborah Marton, executive director of New York Restoration Project, speaks about the importance of green urban spaces.
Practice | Damian Simpson of Ignite Architects writes, “Retail and commercial opportunities must be invited back into our CBD.”
People | Stuart Houghton, senior urban designer at Boffa Miskell, talks about liveable cities and creating a shared sense of space.
Practice | A look at how interiors are increasingly influencing outdoor public spaces in unexpected ways.
News | Julie Stout and Paul Edmond write on the outcome of the appeal against Ryman’s design for their Devonport retirement village.
News | Submissions open 10 April for the ‘Imagining Decolonised Cities’ urban design competition to design a space in Porirua city.
News | Vote for your favourite design for the proposed park at 254 Ponsonby Road, a fully community-led urban design project.
News | Architect David Mitchell writes on the resource consent for the proposed Ryman retirement village development in Devonport.
Review | Kim Dovey and Elek Pafka discuss the critical factors all great cities have in common, or a city’s “urban DMA”.
Review | What happens to the sharing economy when online platforms such as Airbnb start experimenting with the city’s hardware?
News | Commentary from built environment professionals on the Panel’s recommendations on the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan.
Review | Camille Khouri attended the CoreNet Symposium 2016 on 16 June and heard all about urban regeneration and the future of work.
Review | The Dulux Study Tour team finds Copenhagen is grappling with complex challenges in the development of new urban precincts.
Projects | Enveloped by suburban sprawl, this long-neglected creek bed in Albany has been restored and stitched into its surroundings.
Practice | We need more cooperation between local stakeholders, community and business involvement when making place shaping decisions.
Review | In the ten years since construction began, The High Line has become an exemplar for landscape architects worldwide.
Projects | In Dunedin’s long-forgotten heritage precinct, some locals are rejuvenating the city – from the inside out.
Projects | Two urban rejuvenation projects have injected new life into the city: one in the CBD; the other a blue-collar neighbourhood.
News | On 3 December, the much-anticipated Nelson Street cycleway, Te Ara I Whiti (the lightpath), opened to much fanfare.
People | Guy Perry, AECOM’s executive director of buildings and places, was recently in NZ for the NZCID Building Nations Symposium.