Nelson/Marlborough Branch News
NZILA Presidents Update
Tēnā koutou ki te whanau, Nga mihi o te ra. The Executive Committee has been busy at the start of …
NZILA IFLA delegate report
by Mike Barthelmeh
Like so many meetings these days, the 2020 IFLA World Council meeting was held virtually on 25-26 September, since we …
Counting down to the 2021 NZILA Firth conference
Dr Hannah Hopewell from Te Kura Waihanga-Wellington School of Architecture at Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington is the chair of the creative panel charged with shaping the content of the conference.
It goes without saying that much has been lost and missed this year due to Covid-19 and the NZILA Tuio …
Nohonga installation at Auckland's Britomart
A Monday morning ceremony saw the launch of the temporary installation before the stunning finalists make their way to the Brick Bay winery near Matakana.
Takutai Square in Auckland’s Britomart precinct is now the temporary home to the finalists in the Auckland Branch of the …
IFLA Asia Pacific Region Newsletter
Featured in this edition: 2020 AAPME Awards: The results are here!Internship Opportunities: A New Opportunity To Learn And Grow!LAWB: Interview …
Te Ahi Tupua - The Eternal Fire
A controversial new 12 metre 3D sculpture now welcomes visitors at the southern gateway to Rotorua. Named Te Ahi Tupua …
Webinars, online and on demand
Below is a collection of webinars from a variety of sources. Some are On Demand and others are Online at …
What's gone wrong with Auckland's Queen Street?
“It looks like security measures for terror.” That’s the scathing verdict of Bill McKay on Auckland’s Queen Street. A senior …
Peacocke - Hamilton's newest community
Hamilton has around 23 families a week moving to the city, making its growth rate 30% more than the average …
New book argues for more nature in our cities.
We have never been more aware of the benefit of being out in nature, but how much quality time does …
HOME magazine to relaunch in New Zealand
New Zealand’s longest-established architecture magazine will be relaunched to the market in December 2020 after a brief hiatus following Bauer’s …
NZ's first landscape architect
Harry Turbott – New Zealand’s first landscape architect by Garth Falconer Environmental design and landscape architecture are growing fields in …
The triumphant opening of Redcliffs School in Christchurch
Watch Video In June this year a very special Christchurch school re-opened. In something of a symbol of the city’s …