Keep up to date with the latest news from the Wellington School of Architecture.

  • Bruno Marquez in Cobblestone Park, Te Aro

    Lecture series goes global

    To say 2020 was a challenging year, full of unexpected ups and downs, is an understatement. COVID-19 and lockdowns forced us to adapt to new ways of working and pushed many of us to quickly up-skill in technology to make remote connection and collaboration easier.

  • Still from film about Derek Kawiti 3D printing a waka

    Watch: Derek Kawiti 3D prints a full-size Hawaiian wa'a

    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.

  • Prison cell showing bunk beds

    Waikeria protests put a spotlight on prison conditions

    While the protests at Waikeria shine a light on prisoner conditions, abuses of power and inhumane treatment in prison are not new and will continue until prisoner numbers significantly reduce, writes Christine McCarthy

  • Ben Tunui with his project 'Utu' at NZIA awards

    Expressing tikanga Māori architecturally

    Master of Architecture (professional) student Ben Tunui (Ngāti Awa, Te Atiawa) has won the 2020 Te Kāhui Whaihanga Resene Student Design Awards with his Master’s work Utu.