INDESIGN MAGAZINE AUSTRALIA
Parnell’s Geyser building caught the eye of the editors at InDesign Magazine in Australia.
Read Michael Barrett’s epic story behind the Manukau Tertiary Centre’s creation in Architecture NZ magazine.
The fairytale story of how a two car brick garage in Mt Albert transformed into an internationally admired family home.
Manipulated materials, meticulously placed fixings, unexpected texture—the perfect conditions for a wonderful photoshoot, this one for a property in Parnell.
There’s a load of fresh, new photography galleries now online.
Whether you love your architecture served wild and coastal, with scientific precision, or a random place between those two destinations, there’s plenty to enjoy.
Find out about my glamourous life as a photographer!
As part of the Auckland Festival of Photography I’m taking part in the free Talking Culture Lecture Series.
I’ll be discussing my practice as a commercial photographer of architecture, people and places as well as my self-published, award winning book Portrait of a House.
Auckland Art Gallery Auditorium
Corner Kitchener and Wellesley Streets
Sunday 8 June 2014
There’s been plenty of nipping around the countryside recently for me, and now you get to enjoy the fruits with an eclectic architectural jaunt around NZ.
There’s something for everyone: from the grandeur of Government House to a temporary, street-side cinema in Auckland.
Portrait of a House has been doing a little world trip, this time popping up in the book review section of the incredibly stylish Elle Decor Italia.
If your Italian is a bit rusty here’s what they said:
“Featuring architectural daring from New Zealand.
Discover this home and project created on the hill by architect Ian Athfield.
An innovative publication, charmingly presented and photographed by Simon Devitt.
The winning just doesn’t stop!
The Institute of Architects’ Local Awards for Auckland were held last night and I’m thrilled to see some of my clients fantastic work has been recognised.
AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building: Jasmax Limited (pictured above)
Takapuna House: Athfield Architects
University of Auckland University Hall: Warren and Mahoney Architects
Cliff Top House: Xsite Architects
Orua Bay Bach: Bossley Architects
Good luck everyone for the Nationals which will be announced in 2014!