Hobsonville Point Early Learning Centre / Collingridge And Smith Architects (CASA)

15:00 - 1 February, 2016

Brothers Brewery + Juke Joint BBQ / MA Studio

17:00 - 27 January, 2016
© Wendy Brandon
© Wendy Brandon

© Wendy Brandon © Wendy Brandon © Wendy Brandon © Wendy Brandon +15

Clevedon Estate / Herbst Architects

17:00 - 11 November, 2015
© Lance Herbst
© Lance Herbst

© Lance Herbst © Lance Herbst © Lance Herbst © Lance Herbst +11

Boatsheds / Strachan Group Architects + Rachael Rush

15:00 - 9 November, 2015
© Patrick Reynolds Photography
© Patrick Reynolds Photography

© Patrick Reynolds Photography © Patrick Reynolds Photography © Patrick Reynolds Photography © Patrick Reynolds Photography +23

2015 New Zealand Architecture Awards Announced

16:00 - 1 November, 2015
Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre / Patterson Associates. Image © Emma Smales
Christchurch Botanic Gardens Visitors Centre / Patterson Associates. Image © Emma Smales

The New Zealand Institute of Architects has announced the 28 winners of the New Zealand Architecture Awards during an event at the Auckland Museum.

A wide range of projects were awarded, with three new categories of awards this year: the John Scott Award for public architecture, the Sir Ian Athfield Award for housing, and the Sir Miles Warren Award for commercial architecture.

Find out which 28 projects won New Zealand’s most prestigious architecture awards, after the break.

Herne Bay Road / Daniel Marshall Architects

02:00 - 11 October, 2015
© Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

© Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt +16

Hollway House / Daniel Marshall Architects

17:00 - 8 October, 2015
© Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

© Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt +16

Te Uru - Waitakere Contemporary Gallery / Mitchell and Stout Architects

17:00 - 13 July, 2015
© Patrick Reynolds
© Patrick Reynolds

© Sam Hartnett © Sam Hartnett © Sam Hartnett © Sam Hartnett +24

TRA / Jose Gutierrez

17:00 - 25 June, 2015
© Jeremy Toth
© Jeremy Toth

© Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth +23

MIT Manukau & Transport Interchange / Warren and Mahoney

17:00 - 18 June, 2015
© Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

© Patrick Reynolds © Patrick Reynolds © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt +19

Winners of the 2015 Auckland Architecture Awards Announced

16:00 - 31 May, 2015
Carlaw Park Student Village / Warren and Mahoney. Image © Simon Devitt
Carlaw Park Student Village / Warren and Mahoney. Image © Simon Devitt

From 159 submissions, 44 have emerged as winners of the NZIA's 2015 Auckland Architecture Awards. The titles were bestowed upon 20 firms for new projects spanning 10 categories, ranging from a restrained renovation of a historic building in a Victorian neighborhood, to a bold, modern transportation hub. This year's awards were grounded in three main areas of the city, with Britomart dominating in hospitality and retail designs, Hobsonville Point receiving educational and multi-unit housing awards, and Titirangi gaining recognition for its stellar public architecture and housing.

The winning projects will be considered for the highest honor in the NZIA's awards program, the New Zealand Architecture Awards, which will be announced in November. See the full list of winners after the break.

Boatsheds / Strachan Group Architects and Rachael Rush. Image © Patrick Reynolds Te Kohanga House / Wendy Shacklock Architects and Paul Clarke of Crosson Clarke Carnachan. Image © Sam Hartnett MIT Manukau and Transport Interchange / Warren and Mahoney. Image © Simon Devitt Pt Chevalier Bungalow / Megan Edwards Architects. Image © Patrick Reynolds +44

Building 303 / Architectus

20:00 - 16 April, 2015
© Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

© Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt +21

Chrysalis Childcare Centre / Collingridge and Smith Architects

18:00 - 7 April, 2015
Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects
Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects

Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects Courtesy of Collingridge and Smith Architects +32

Cities Need Big Changes to Become Bike Friendly

00:00 - 18 August, 2014
A bicyclist in Vancouver, Canada. Image © Flickr CC User Paul Krueger
A bicyclist in Vancouver, Canada. Image © Flickr CC User Paul Krueger

A new study has found that cities need to make big infrastructural changes, rather than small ones, in order to become more bike friendly. As this article from Fast Company explains, small increases in bicycle usage lead to more accidents, which in turn makes others afraid to make the switch from driving to riding. However, the study found that heavy investment in cycling infrastructure brings an economic benefit to cities in the long run, largely thanks to savings from reduced healthcare costs. To learn about the long-term benefits of big biking investments, click here.

Clayton Park School Hall and Administration / Stephenson&Turner

01:00 - 15 August, 2014
© Paul McCredie
© Paul McCredie

© Paul McCredie © Paul McCredie © Paul McCredie © Paul McCredie +23

Mildred & Co / Jose Gutierrez

01:00 - 1 August, 2014
© Jeremy Toth
© Jeremy Toth

© Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth © Jeremy Toth +16

Te Kaitaka - The Cloak / Fearon Hay Architects

01:00 - 18 July, 2014
© Simon Wilson
© Simon Wilson
  • Architects

  • Location

    Auckland Airport (AKL), Ray Emery Dr, Auckland 2022, New Zealand
  • Architects in Charge

    Tim Hay, Jeff Fearon, Doug Weir, Matt Roberts
  • Area

    180.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

    Simon Wilson

© Simon Wilson © Simon Wilson © Simon Wilson © Simon Wilson +27

Carlaw Park Student Accommodation / Warren and Mahoney

01:00 - 17 July, 2014
© Simon Devitt
© Simon Devitt

© Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt © Simon Devitt +28