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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...
QBS Construction is creating a garage and media room under a two-storied bungalow by moving the house on the...
How is New Zealand harnessing its ‘local’ talents and materials to improve our homes and why is that...
Arranged around a series of micro-landscapes, our Project of the Month, Volcano House, is a courtyard home...
In the small Queensland town of Gympie, the reinvention of a retro building block has seen the style catch on across Australasia...
What do we need to do in New Zealand to ensure our cities live up to our ‘clean, green New Zealand’ image?
With environmental concerns at an all-time high, what are the implications of building ‘cheap and fast’...
Incorporating everything from barn-style sliding doors to intricately panelled folding doors is on trend for...
The process of designing a home is more fascinating if the homeowner has a special passion – an art...
Building a beautiful house on an island presents many challenges, which we discuss with Mark Dawson, whose...
Many companies are now bringing the feeling of home into their offices. Warmer, more intimate and friendly...
As New Zealanders eat out more and more, the country’s coolest eateries are increasingly influencing the...
In Aotearoa, iwi groups are having a greater role in how the direction of contemporary architecture is being...
The design is in the detail and detail is exactly where moulding experts Accumen Shapes operate. From the...
A good image is vital to communicating the design ideas, function and aesthetics of a project, whether it be a newly-completed house perched on a clifftop or a large, public building in the inner city. ArchiPro recently talked with architectural photographer Jason Mann about how he approaches this challenging yet creatively satisfying work...
While it may be getting colder and darker out there, autumn is the perfect season to escape the city for a getaway. Just in time for the Easter break, we round up three unique architectural destinations to head to this (or any) long weekend...
TOA Architects’ Nicholas (Nick) Dalton and Te Ari Prendergast are passionate about creating affordable,...
In New Zealand we have had a love affair with the beautiful yet often impractical villa since the 1880s, when a rapid rise in the urban population helped make them the favoured house design...
Architectural homes are sometimes accused of being too cool, calm and collected but the addition of beautiful crafted elements add character and ‘the personal touch’. We spoke with architect Michael O’Sullivan who crafts aspects of his designs with his own hands...
Friday, 8th March marks International Women’s Day 2019. In celebration of this day, ArchiPro editor Amelia Melbourne-Hayward talked to three talented women architects, who are all at different stages in their career, about some of their experiences working in architecture in New Zealand...
Recent changes in Auckland’s planning rules through the Auckland Unitary Plan mean that there is an exciting opportunity to create cleverly-designed, thoughtful communities that encourage interaction between neighbours, diversity of residents and an overwhelming sense of connection...
Patchwork Architecture is adept at designing small. In Wellington, where compact, steep sites abound, the studio has created some clever houses that work well within their tight site constraints...

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