Practice Profile: Inline Architecture

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Christchurch practice, Inline Architecture, is run by husband and wife team, Kelly and Cameron Pluck. A labour of love, their practice was created out of a shared passion for architecture, design and the built environment. Providing a combined 20 years industry experience and celebrating five years in business this year; Kelly and Cameron put their achievements down to loyal customers, good relationships with industry and hard work.

A sit down with Michael Bishop

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Ahead of our upcoming Medium to High Density Housing Summit, we spoke to key speaker, Michael Bishop, who is an urban planner and policy maker in Australia. Michael is currently working as a Senior Policy Adviser for the NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces. He took the time to share with us what attendees can expect from the Summit and his opinions on medium and high density housing.

The Parsons Project

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‘Shibui House’, ‘A Cute House’ and ‘The Cabin’ have more in common than might be obvious at first glance. The projects are all ADNZ award-winning designs, they are each unique and they have all been designed by the incredibly talented Tane Cox and his team at Red Architecture. But perhaps, not so well known, is that they are all the master stroke of bespoke development company – The Parsons Project.

The solution for our biggest cities?

The solution for our biggest cities? add

Medium and high density housing could be one solution to New Zealand’s housing and affordability crisis. It provides an innovative answer to the increasing space issues faced by many of New Zealand’s growing cities. And when done well, medium and high density housing fosters better community relationships and a greater level of sustainability. It is a practical option for those who seek more affordable housing, close to the inner city, but with more space than they might find in a traditional unit.

Café design wins colour award

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A Christchurch coffee house wowed the judges of the 2019 ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Awards. Designed by Chris Wheeler of Hierarchy Architecture, Coffee Culture at The Crossing won the Resene Colour in Design Award along with a regional Commercial Interior Architecture Design Award.