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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has today outlined what New Zealand will look like when we move out of...
Still reeling from the leaky buildings debacle, most architects and designers specify tried-and-tested...
Planning for the construction sector's post-lockdown recovery has begun.
The interiors of this unique home speak for themselves and are characterised by earthen tones and a dark,...
Building consents for new homes reach levels not seen since the 1970s.
Here’s what you need to know about partially completed construction work.
If the settlement date of your house sale or purchase falls within the lockdown period, here's the latest...
All work on Auckland's City Rail Link will stop for the duration of the lockdown.
Transport infrastructure, walking and cycleways big winners in package that offers certainty to industry.
If light is proven to affect our moods and wellbeing, how will advances in lighting technologies affect the...
Discover how eight light-filled houses capture New Zealand’s strong sunlight to incredible visual effect,...
A new date for the 2020 Meet, Greet & Eat will be confirmed next week.
ArchiPro’s editor in chief Clare Chapman met with director of Hoxha Bailey Architects Pashtrik Hoxha to...
New Census data shows the Hobsonville Point housing development is thriving.
Statistics New Zealand has today launched a tool that shines a light on our communities - covering everything...
Travel restrictions designed to slow the spread of coronavirus now apply across the entire country.
The year to January 2020 saw a record number of townhouses, flats and units consented.
Two female architects have been awarded architecture's highest honour.
An architectural vision exploring our relationship with the natural environment has won at the AAA’s annual...
Two Auckland neighbourhoods have been awarded the first Green Star - Communities ratings in New Zealand.
The world's largest furniture fair has been postponed until June amid Italy's coronavirus outbreak.
A new accord outlining the route to increased diversity has been launched by architecture and engineering...
If you’ve watched any of the numerous TV programmes about tiny homes, you’ll know that the tiny house...
As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus spikes, the impacts of this novel virus are beginning to come...
Lightweight cladding solutions for multi-unit developments and low-rise buildings have never been so flexible...
The average floor area of new homes consented in 2019 was about 21 percent (42 square metres) smaller than...
Auckland consented over 15,000 new homes last year – the highest number since the mid-1970s.
Beach houses have come a long way from the classic Kiwi crib but many contemporary baches offer a resounding...
Tiny houses have seen a huge rise in popularity over the last few years, not just because of their minimal...
As we move towards higher density living, the need for visually appealing, versatile balustrade systems is...
Humans innately seek connections with the natural world – a concept discussed extensively in the field of...
As the 2019 bushfires encircled communities in Australia and took a staggering toll on wildlife, the infernos...
With an almost unlimited number of possible building materials to choose from, having a range of realistic...
The natural resurgence and attributes of the Tōtara tree provides a unique opportunity and is seeing a...
When two buildings are combined, the need for each structure to move independently is crucial...
ArchiPro asked the Hon. Jenny Salesa, Minister for Building and Construction, to discuss the Governments...
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