To resolve the issue of fragmented staff, Telecom recently made a bold move. In a huge commitment of planning, money and time, it will develop two properties in Auckland and Wellington, which combined will house up to 4,200 staff.
Construction is underway on Telecom’s new property in Auckland, and is imminent in Welington.
A leap in time was made from 1879 to 2008 when contractors working on the new Supreme Court building site in Wellington dug up a time capsule in July.
As an intelligence and security agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) is by its very nature a little known government department with unique business challenges. But like any other business, sourcing new premises presented an opportunity to create a whole new environment that better meets their needs.
Has the recent Olympic Games given China the impetus it neded to produce more daring architecture?
Completed in 1935, at 221 metres high and 379 metres across the top, the Hoover Dam stands tall as an engineering marvel high above the Colorado river.
The 2008 Venice Biennale Architectural Exhibition set out to answer this question . Or at least figure out what it means, exactly.
Something I do when I’m not working is go sailing – and sailors have all heard the phrase, the perfect storm. It originated from the 1997 book of the same name and refers to the simultaneous occurrence of weather events which, taken individually, would be far less powerful than the storm resulting from their chance combination.
The mission: build a restaurant 10 metres up a redwood tree.