School of Architecture and Planning
Do you want to study architecture, urban planning or urban design at New Zealand's leading university? The School of Architecture and Planning prepares you to work in a dynamic global environment, with constantly changing social needs, economic issues, and environmental challenges.
About the School of Architecture and Planning
A brief history of the School, and information about links with the professions, international exchanges, and facilities and resources.
Find out more about the broad range of programmes offered by the School of Architecture and Planning.
Architecture and Planning academic staff
View profiles and contact details of the teaching staff at the School of Architecture and Planning.
Some examples of research being undertaken by staff and students at the School of Architecture and Planning.
Meet our students and graduates
Architecture and Planning students and graduates share their insights and experiences.
Architecture and Planning alumni and friends
Find out about our research and development objectives, and how you can help us achieve them.
School of Architecture and Planning Highlights
A selection of exciting projects and recent happenings from staff and students.
Architect in Residence programme
The International Architect in Residence programme gives students the opportunity to work alongside globally significant architects to achieve an in-depth understanding of their approach and underlying ideas.
Fast Forward Lecture Series
Leading national and international practitioners in the fields of architecture, urban planning and urban design discuss their work.
Take a tour of the School of Architecture and Planning
Come in and experience the world-class studios and facilities at the School of Architecture and Planning.
Fast Forward 016 (Creative Events, Architecture and Planning) Event as iCalendar
28 September 2016 - 12 October 2016, 6:30pmNEXT: Eduardo Langagne, Mexico Today - The School of Architecture and Planning’s spring guest lecture series, Fast Forward, aims to foster debate, discussion and development within the disciplines of architecture, urban planning and urban design.