New Zealand Institute of Architects
|Formation||1905, reformed by Architects Act 1963|
The New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) is a membership-based professional organisation that represents 90 per cent of all registered architects in New Zealand, and promotes architecture that enhances the New Zealand living environment.
The organisation was founded in 1905, and provides services to New Zealand architects, such as ongoing professional training, policies and guidelines to promote high quality architectural practice, events and general support for the architectural profession in New Zealand.
It also functions to celebrate outstanding architecture, in part by presenting annual awards for excellence in architecture. These annual awards are named the New Zealand Architecture Awards, and have been sponsored by Resene paints since 1990. They consist of Local Awards, respectively run by each of the Institute's eight branches, and New Zealand Awards, a national level distinction.
From 2016, the NZIA's "named awards" replaced the New Zealand Architecture Medal as the country's highest level of architectural achievement. Named awards are conferred in categories of public, commercial, educational and residential architecture, and are named for influential New Zealand architects Sir Ian Athfield, Sir Miles Warren, John Scott and Ted McCoy, each of whom has, in their own way, made a powerful contribution to the practice of architecture in New Zealand.
The most prestigious award in New Zealand architecture is the NZIA Gold Medal, which is awarded to an individual architect who has made a vast contribution to the field.
The Institute is not responsible for the registration of architects, which is within the purview of the New Zealand Registered Architects Board (NZRAB).
The (NZIA) Gold Medal is the highest award of the New Zealand Institute of Architects. The Gold Medal is awarded annually to an individual for an outstanding contribution to the practice of architecture, demonstrated through the production of a consistently high-quality body of work over a period of time.
- 2018 Jeremy Salmond
- 2017 Andrew Patterson
- 2016 Roger Walker
- 2015 Stuart Gardyne
- 2014 Patrick Clifford
- 2013 Pip Cheshire
- 2012 Pete Bossley
- 2011 Jack Manning
- 2010 Marshall Cook
- 2008 Ivan Mercep
- 2006 Gordon Moller
- 2005 David Mitchell
- 2004 Ian Athfield
- 2003 Peter Beaven
- 2002 Ted McCoy
- "New Zealand Institute of Architects Home". NZIA. Retrieved 10 June 2008.
- "Who we are". Nzia.co.nz. 2015-05-11. Retrieved 2017-02-27.
- "NEW Zealand Institute of Architects". The Community Archive. 2009-06-02. Retrieved 2017-02-27.
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- "2015 Gold Medal: Stuart Gardyne". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2014 New Zealand Architecture Awards". Architecture Media Pty Ltd. Retrieved 15 July 2014.
- "2013 Gold Medal: Pip Cheshire". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2010 Gold Medal: Marshall Cook". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "New Zealand Institute of Architects Gold Medal Winner 2010". e-architect. Retrieved 22 July 2014.
- "2006 Gold Medal: Gordon Moller". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2005 Gold Medal: David Mitchell". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2004 Gold Medal: Ian Athfield". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2003 Gold Medal: Peter Beaven". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
- "2002 Gold Medal: Edward John (Ted) McCoy". Nzia.co.nz. Retrieved 2017-02-22.
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