WikiHouse Continues to Grow Globally

Today the WikiHouse project is being developed collaboratively by a growing community of individuals and teams around the world. The project encourages anyone to freely download existing designs, use them as they see fit (for commercial or non-commercial use) and get involved in helping develop better versions of the system or component parts.

Introducing our WIKITEERS

At WikihouseNZ we understand our success very much depends on the valued contributions of our WikiTeers (Wikihouse volunteers). Through this and future newsletters, we would like to introduce our team to you. First up, is WikiTeer Jane Webb, our General Manager. We asked Jane...

WikiHouseNZ moves into its new WikiLab - healthy affordable housing for all!

All are invited to a very special announcement event at which you can meet the team and discover the partners who are supporting a refreshing new approach to our current and future housing needs. Discover a local project which plays a leading role in a global initiative‚Ķ and see the seed for a digitally manufactured house - warm and dry, safe and strong, health, sustainable and affordable.

Conservation in the City: Turning Ideas into Reality

Re-imagine a green city. Share your views and visions for urban conservation and liveable cities in a vibrant, hands-on workshop - free booking here...

Mon 27 October 2014 1-5pm.

As part of the Festival of Transitional Architecture 2014 (FESTA) the Department of Conservation WikiHouseNZ and Space Craft Systems are uniting to explore and challenge how conservation and urban living can come together. If you are in a field that empowers you to green our cities; if you see opportunity to transform our built environment through human and nature centered design; as a future change maker, we invite you to bring inspiring ideas to help us build a place for nature in your own life, workplace and communities.