An elevated take on affordable architecture, these new terrace homes in Manukau build on a bold community vision.
Pac Studio resolves and extends a heritage bungalow in Tāmaki Makaurau with delicate screening and a warm heart.
A 1980s cabin in the woods is transformed into a cathedral of colour on Tāmaki Makaurau’s North Shore.
Right off the bat, this private cricket pavilion presents clean lines, impeccable craftsmanship and a sense of community.
Architect Gerald Parsonson plants an urbane family home in a field near Te Hemo-a-Te Atonga Havelock North.
A sensitive renovation by architect Mike Hartley unlocks the potential of his family home in Beach Haven, Tāmaki Makaurau.
Somewhere between city home and bach, this prefabricated Waiheke Island house by Hamish Stirrat is one out of the box.
Peter Shaw combines bold design moves with elements of Californian mid-century modern architecture in a home he built himself.
Natalie Parke and Dom Glamuzina challenge expectations with a compact bach on the hill at Tairua.
Pac Studio transcends planning strictures and a property bubble to create a sublime minor dwelling
Above his new gallery in Auckland, David Alsop has created a home, surrounding himself with meaningful pieces.
With open spaces and striking colour, a young architect couple rehabilitate a cookie-cutter apartment that came with great bones.
Malcolm Walker reworks the house of Philip Clarke and Jane Wild around a beautifully eccentric collection of furniture and art.
With complex geometry and optical illusions, Pac Studio adds a warm space to an Auckland villa that instantly feels like home.
A young architect couple plays with colour and volume to create a home for themselves, and one to rent
Evan Mayo finds unexpected inspiration in a decidedly suburban setting at Mount Maunganui.
The perfect urban palette, as inspired by two markedly different developments, and a palette inspired by plants, rock and sea.
When architects in the Here Awards experiment with colour, texture and new materials, timber holds it all together.
Dulux announces the winners of its Colour Awards 2021. In short: this is a time to be bold and brave.
Ben Daly reworks his mother’s 1980s kitchen with bold colour, a streamlined layout – and a little time.
Ann Shelton and Duncan Munro meticulously restore the original modernist colour scheme in their 1950s home.
Katie Lockhart designs a colourful new eatery in a colourful part of uptown Auckland.