Jack McKinney reimagines an 1890s ship captain’s house in Tāmaki Makaurau with a delightful pavilion and a subtle new language.
Jack McKinney hides an abstracted pavilion on a tiny site behind a heritage villa in Freemans Bay, Tāmaki Makaurau.
A 1985 house by the late John Scott in Havelock North settles into middle age with loving owners.
Former council chambers become a hub of creativity in a re-emerging suburb of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
A magnificent new book by Bridget Hackshaw – daughter of architect James Hackshaw – celebrates a unique collaboration.
John Goldwater’s magnificent centre for the Auckland Hebrew Congregation faces an uncertain future.
Mary Gaudin and Matt Arnold have released a new book on Christchurch modernism – a celebration of a distinctive regional style with enduring appeal.
Christchurch’s architecture has changed radically in a decade – a new book offers a handy guide to a whole new city.
A new book rediscovers a forgotten — and endangered — modernist classic by Len Hoogerbrug in suburban Hastings.