2014 News

Read past news stories from the Wellington School of Architecture's 2014 news archive.

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    Living within our limits

    Evaluating whether Wellingtonians are living within the resource limits of their region is the focus of new research by a Victoria University of Wellington graduate.

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    Marching toward architecture success

    Practising marching drills in the hallway of her flat while studying for exams is how a Victoria University of Wellington architecture student spent the past few months.

  • The display of Tom Dobinson's project

    Victoria architecture student tops design awards

    Victoria University of Wellington fifth year student Tom Dobinson has won the top prize for architecture students at the New Zealand Institute of Architects’ Graphisoft Student Design Awards.

  • Historic view of Cuba Street

    Renegotiating seismic resilience in Wellington’s Cuba Street

    Two years of project work for fourth-year Architecture students came to fruition on 29 October with the launch of the publication of their work – Re:Cuba Renegotiating the Architecture of Seismic Retrofitting buildings in the Cuba St Heritage Area.

  • Artist's impression of landscape design.

    Transforming Featherston

    Victoria University of Wellington landscape architecture students have been working with the Featherston community and South Wairarapa District Council to transform the town.

  • Tautai—Guiding Pacific Arts

    Architecture student in Pacific art exhibition

    Embracing a more watery future is part of third year Architecture student Elyjana Roach’s project which is being displayed as part of ‘The Drowned World’. An exhibition by Tautai, an organisation dedicated to the development and ongoing support of Pacific arts and artists.