Architecture Now - Projects

Reviews and images of architecture, interior, building and landscape projects from AGM Publishing.
  1. Hot House: Black Rock House

    An exposed site with glorious views across Lyttelton Harbour called for a house with two very distinct zones.
  2. A learning environment for future needs

    We visited King’s School’s new Centennial Building and found it to be the ideal space for learning and interacting.
  3. Taking flight: Paihia House

    A new house with a dramatic gull-wing-shaped roof offers views over the Bay of Islands from every room.
  4. Trilingual: Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom

    See the only trilingual museum in Aotearoa: part of a modest-but-vibrant, multi-purpose community hub in Foxton.
  5. The Coal Office: Tom Dixon's new home

    In an exclusive tour, we step into Dixon’s new headquarters in a heritage building in London's Kings Cross.
  6. ‘A neat trick’: Two Halves House

    Responding eloquently to its lightly forested, sloping site, this earth-toned house has been split into two.
  7. Serving of cottage pie: Rita restaurant

    A small, unassuming worker’s cottage in Wellington’s Aro Valley has taken on a new lease of life with the opening of Rita.
  8. Justice and Emergency Services Precinct

    Being open and even a little friendly, Christchurch’s latest public building inverts the norm for justice buildings.
  9. Precise and proud: Light Saw House

    A turn-of-the-century weatherboard cottage on Melbourne’s Merri Creek has been transformed into a light-filled family home.
  10. Seamless design: Toi Art

    Warren and Mahoney has created a new gallery that blends perfectly with Te Papa as part of a five-year renewal project.
  11. Camp Glenorchy: Net Zero accommodation

    A campground in Otago’s idyllic Glenorchy is hoping to lead by example in sustainability.
  12. Victorian urbanite: Melbourne house

    Part monolith, part Victorian: this Melbourne house is entirely influenced by and devoted to the art that hangs within it.
  13. Hidden retreat in the Wakatipu Basin

    This complex project involves not only a elegant hotel but the rehabilitation of the natural landscape of the region.
  14. Creative collisions: GridAKL

    Step inside GridAKL, New Zealand’s first and largest co-working campus, located in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter. 
  15. Gold standard: Freemans Bay Apartment

    Downsizing has by no means equated to downgrading for the owners of this apartment in Auckland's inner suburbs.

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I don't build in order to have clients. I have clients in order to build.

Ayn Rand