Small wins SUPREME

Small wins SUPREME add

On Friday night at a gala awards ceremony in Queenstown we announced the designer that has taken out the 2019 SUPREME ADNZ Resene Architectural Design Award title. Winning ahead of 145 entries from across New Zealand, the SUPREME award is one of the most prestigious and coveted accolades in the New Zealand architecture industry.

Busting the Myth

Busting the Myth add

Andrew Eagles is Chief Executive of the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC). He is a qualified economist with more than fourteen years’ experience in the built environment. The country’s leading not-for-profit for the sustainable built environment, the NZGBC oversees Homestar and Green Star. On Friday 18 October in Queenstown, Andrew will be sharing his insights with a room full of architectural designers about the truth behind green building costs.

Breaking bad habits

Breaking bad habits add

The pressure of being a small business owner, particularly in a creative field like architecture, can take its toll. Managing stress, alongside having enough energy for your business, your staff and your clients, leaves little in the bank for your own wellness.

Fixing the Building Code

Fixing the Building Code add

New Zealand is wonderfully innovative. We push the boundaries and produce world class science, music and art and without a doubt some beautiful innovative architecture – so, why are our buildings so inefficient?

Designing a Remarkable Future

Designing a Remarkable Future add

The 2019 Architectural Design Conference is being held in Queenstown on 17-19 October. An insightful event for ADNZ members, industry and those interested in architecture and design, the conference is a must attend event on the architectural calendar.