Be part of designing our physical world, and make a fundamental difference to the community. Our school offers a range of programmes that will teach you about all aspects of the built environment.

You’ll be able to use the world class facilities and exhibition spaces on our campus, located in the artistic Cuba Street area of central Wellington. The extensive research and experience of our expert staff mean you’ll receive a first class education.

Study with us in Auckland

We are excited to offer our professionally accredited Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) programme in Auckland (for domestic students) from January 2021.

Architectural Studies

Be an innovator in the study, design and construction of buildings, urban spaces and parks, or residential and commercial interiors.

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Available subjects

  • Architecture
  • Architecture History and Theory
  • Interior Architecture
  • Landscape Architecture

Building Science

Study the science, technology and economics of buildings. Gain an understanding of architecture, construction, project management and sustainability and look at how people interact with the built environment.

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Available subjects

  • Project Management
  • Sustainable Engineering Systems
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    Derek Kawiti, Senior Lecturer at the Wellington School of Architecture, has 3D printed a full-size replica of a 230-year-old Hawaiian wa'a (outrigger canoe). Working from 3D scans provided by the Smithsonian, where the original wa'a (the oldest Hawaiian wa'a in the world) lives. Derek's groundbreaking project aims to explore what 3D-printing could mean for the future of waka carving.