Auckland

THE ORANGE OPENS

A juxtaposition of old and new, Wā has recently had the pleasure of witnessing the completion of The Orange, a new mixed-use development integrated with the refurbishment of the historic Orange Coronation Hall on Newton Road, Auckland.  The Orange Coronation

THE ORANGE OPENS

A juxtaposition of old and new, Wā has recently had the pleasure of witnessing the completion of The Orange, a new mixed-use development integrated with the refurbishment of the historic Orange Coronation Hall on Newton Road, Auckland.  The Orange Coronation

BIG WIN FOR THE AUCKLAND DOMAIN

We are thrilled to announce that our entry to the Auckland Domain Memorial competition won! Te Takuahi – The Hearth, a collaboration between Wraight Athfield Landscape + Architecture and artist Ross Hemera, was one of five concepts submitted in the

BIG WIN FOR THE AUCKLAND DOMAIN

We are thrilled to announce that our entry to the Auckland Domain Memorial competition won! Te Takuahi – The Hearth, a collaboration between Wraight Athfield Landscape + Architecture and artist Ross Hemera, was one of five concepts submitted in the

ROSA BARBA WINNER!

Auckland’s North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park received the Rosa Barba Landscape Prize at the 8th International Biennial of Landscape Architecture, the first time the awards went global. The project was up against some pretty outstanding competition – pictured

ROSA BARBA WINNER!

Auckland’s North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park received the Rosa Barba Landscape Prize at the 8th International Biennial of Landscape Architecture, the first time the awards went global. The project was up against some pretty outstanding competition – pictured

TIDELINES EXHIBITION

Waterfront Auckland and Boosted are working together to present a series of temporary installations at a range of ‘unmined areas’ on the Auckland Waterfront. The programme, entitled ‘Tidelines’, will take place in the Wynyard Quarter during the summer of 2015, and

TIDELINES EXHIBITION

Waterfront Auckland and Boosted are working together to present a series of temporary installations at a range of ‘unmined areas’ on the Auckland Waterfront. The programme, entitled ‘Tidelines’, will take place in the Wynyard Quarter during the summer of 2015, and

CONGESTION FREE AUCKLAND

We generally try to avoid straight re-posts / links, but this one’s really worth a look. The tireless folk from Auckland Transport Blog have recently put together a great vision for how public transport could evolve in Auckland. The map

CONGESTION FREE AUCKLAND

We generally try to avoid straight re-posts / links, but this one’s really worth a look. The tireless folk from Auckland Transport Blog have recently put together a great vision for how public transport could evolve in Auckland. The map

BIKE SHARE MAP

This is a pretty awesome bit of mapping / data visualisation. The bike share map globally locates and depicts the scale of the various bike share schemes across the world. It allows you to zoom in and investigate the location

BIKE SHARE MAP

This is a pretty awesome bit of mapping / data visualisation. The bike share map globally locates and depicts the scale of the various bike share schemes across the world. It allows you to zoom in and investigate the location

NEW CITY SPACES

About a month ago, ‘New City Spaces’ was launched (not to be confused with its 2003 namesake). The compact book features 17 new public spaces across central Auckland completed over the last three years or so. A great range of

NEW CITY SPACES

About a month ago, ‘New City Spaces’ was launched (not to be confused with its 2003 namesake). The compact book features 17 new public spaces across central Auckland completed over the last three years or so. A great range of

WYNYARD FROM ABOVE

The Wynyard Quarter recently won the ‘Urbis Best Public Space of 2012’! Which is great… and you can now check out these celebrated spaces from the unlikely perspective of a high-flying gull, thanks to Google maps hosting some pretty fresh

WYNYARD FROM ABOVE

The Wynyard Quarter recently won the ‘Urbis Best Public Space of 2012’! Which is great… and you can now check out these celebrated spaces from the unlikely perspective of a high-flying gull, thanks to Google maps hosting some pretty fresh