Tim Melville elected as NZIA president

It was announced that Auckland architect and Warren and Mahoney principal Tim Melville will take up the role of president of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. He will serve a two-year term until May of 2020. Melville is a University of Auckland alumnus and joined Warren and Mahoney in 2012. Read more…

Using Prints in Commercial Interiors

Decor trends are always evolving. As such, the constant innovation in commercial interiors for public and private consumption are calling for more malleable, unique and interactive designs. Among a plethora of new trends, it is noted that 71 per cent of consumers are willing to pay more for personalisation. Moreover, Read more…

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Floor Preparation with Concrete

Concrete has become a major factor in the construction industry over the last one hundred years, it has also more recently become a product that can be a decorative part of any building. The recent building boom seen across Sydney and Auckland have made concrete a more versatile and valuable Read more…

Registrations Open For Auckland Build

Registrations have now opened to the public for Auckland Build NZ’s Leading Construction Exhibition. This must attend event for the construction, design and architecture industry will be taking place at the ASB Showgrounds on 2-3 November. Tickets are free, but they are however limited, we do therefore recommend registering early. Read more…

Interior Award Winners 2017

Interior Award Winners 2017 Announced

Interior Award Winners 2017 Announced in Auckland Over 300 interior designers and architects attended the 2017 Interior Awards to witness the award winners and enjoy the networking evening at the Metropolis Museum, Auckland on June 29. Nine categories were presented: Retail, Hospitality, Workplace (up to 1000m²), Workplace (over 1000m²), Civic, Read more…

Interview with A+W•NZ

We recently interviewed the Co-founder of Architecture + Women • NZ Lynda Simmons on her thoughts on the architecture industry. In the interview, she discusses their association and their role, the challenges faced by women architects and the ways to overcome these challenges. Read the full interview here.