The work is meant to provide relief from the unending gray and chaos of the scrambled city, silently reminding residents and visitors that clearer skies lie ahead.
Might River Power’s new Ngatamariki Station is expected to produce 700 gigawatt-hours of electricity a year, the amount used by 80,000 New Zealand households.
An organic, stony house design in Wanaka, New Zealand leaves scarcely a carbon—or a visual—footprint.
In the wake of the 2011 New Zealand earthquake, architect Shigeru Ban is building a temporary cathedral out of recycled cardboard, creating a symbol of unshaken faith and endurance.
Called the Quakescape 3D Fabricator, the device helps transforms New Zealand’s ongoing quakes into something beautiful.
A student from New Zealand developed a new refrigerator concept that could help reduce food waste as well as energy consumption.
Using 4,032 solar panels and 1,344 batteries, the island nation will generate 150% of its own current electricity demand by the end of 2012.