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In the past decade, co-working spaces have been transported from the tech pockets of San Francisco into mainstream global institutions. In Auckland, the trend

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The New Zealand Transport Agency has unveiled its design for a walking and biking pathway across Auckland Harbour Bridge. The path is similar to

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Urban farming is nothing new, as evidence of the practice can be found in heritage sites like Machu Picchu. However, the trend has picked

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Ezel Kokcu is a 25-year-old tech entrepreneur who has three start-ups under her belt: STQRY, a consumer-facing discover app that helps visitors find and

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What is a tiny house? The yearning for a tiny house is not a desire to live in a doll’s house. It’s an architectural

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Auckland Airport’s International Departure Experience redesign hopes to build for the passenger journey, represent our cultural identity, and become a blueprint for modern airport

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One of Auckland’s most important stretches of downtown waterfront will soon be a place for people and coastal ecologies, says Isthmus Group’s Sarah Bishop

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Many people struggle to envision plans from simple 2D renders and floor plans, as without a designer's eye, filling in blanks from imagination isn’t the most

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Newmarket has seen its fair share of newcomers lately, with expansions and new developments happening right down Broadway. Yet much of the same urban

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Julia McPherson, principal and workplace design specialist at Warren and Mahoney’s Wellington studio, shares her view on how architects and designers can help their

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis. The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where it’s

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis.  The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where

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Auckland is in the midst of a metamorphosis.  The city is standing on the same precipice as many other cities around the world, where

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Cities are systems in which the people are meant to thrive, but Isthmus creative director David Irwin says the design of them is instead

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Through Auckland’s summer months just passed, Silo Park was home to a bright yellow machine that faced the sun and made rainbows, all without

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Tony Watkins, the maverick architect, activist, and environmentalist writes about how saving footpaths can change cities and save our planet. 

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Hila Oren is the CEO of the Tel Aviv and founder of Tel Aviv Global. At the age of 25, she was hired by

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Even after 50 years of successful business, Les Mills has shown confidence in its ability to innovate in order to remain an industry leader. Now,

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Aotearoa is dealing with challenges when it comes to affordable housing, and while a host of solutions have been tried and tested to fix

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Angie Judge is the CEO of Dexibit, a big-data company that collects unique information on visitors to cultural institutions to measure things like visitation

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Isthmus CEO Ralph Johns says the current New Zealand condition is we are increasingly physical and mentally unwell, our communities are disconnected, access to good

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Maverick architect, activist, and environmentalist Tony Watkins has lived in his home at Karaka Bay in Auckland's eastern suburbs for over fifty years. Here

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Based in Newton, Auckland, the new modern housing development called The Citizen Apartments epitomises quality and class. With an active focus on catering towards a discerning

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Isthmus’ original plan for the Wellington waterfront at Kumutoto composed two key spatial moves: to push the city out and let the sea in.

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A smart, silent and zero-emissions fleet of ferries in Auckland within two years’ time – could this be possible? Yes, if boat builder McMullen &

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A new publication that sheds light on M?ori public art in Auckland City has been released. The booklet – made by the Auckland Council and published

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