A clever chameleon

A clever chameleon add

An architectural design with latent potential was a major winner at this year’s Otago/Southland ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards announced on Friday 27 July. Five awards and two commends were awarded to six designers in the Otago/Southland regional round. The award winners are Michael Holmes of Holmes Architecture, Brent Alexander of the design studio, Reece Warnock of Warnock Architecture, Sam Connell of Connell Architecture, Hamish McCaul of ArchiDesign, and Julie-Ann Ross for design arc Limited.

Intelligent design: the common denominator

Intelligent design: the common denominator add

From a new build intergenerational family asset nesting into its landscape, to a Californian Bungalow led gently and gloriously into the modern era, intelligent design was the common denominator between the award winners honoured in this year’s Canterbury/Westland and Nelson/Marlborough ADNZ | Resene Architectural Design Awards.

ADNZ Conference set to land

ADNZ Conference set to land add

A valuable measure to conserve precious land, mitigate urban sprawl, and put the imagination through its paces – small and snug housing comes with quite a set of benefits.

Mother nature: modern design’s muse

Mother nature: modern design’s muse add

The human imagination is capable of extraordinary things. Every year, the ADNZ| Resene Architectural Design Awards celebrate this fact by recognising the designers who have articulated joyful spaces for rest, play, creation, and memory making.

Auckland’s energetic designs win judges’ affections

Auckland’s energetic designs win judges’ affections add

Effortlessly marrying old world and new world architecture; honouring sustainable design principles; creating dynamic commercial spaces that celebrate their structure and surrounds; Auckland/Northland’s ADNZ Resene | Architectural Design Award Winners submitted entries for the 2018 awards that were nothing short of extraordinary.