Making Ways FFWD Interview

Fast Forward Breakfast Interview: Makers of Architecture, Patrick Loo and Andrew Barrie

In association with the University of Auckland and the Festival of Architecture

Fast Forward is the bi-annual lecture series hosted by the University of Auckland’s School of Architecture and Planning. It aims to foster debate, discussion and development within the disciplines of architecture, urban design and urban planning.

For Making Ways FFWD is collaborating with the Objectspace Ockham Residential Series to bring this public lecture into the gallery, based around the themes of the exhibition.

Making Ways exhibiting practice Makers of Architecture is joined in the gallery by another practice and an interviewer to explore new and alternative ways of making architecture.

Video by Objectspace | Source: vimeo.com




Kowtow Conversations

As one of the four founding directors at Makers of Architecture, Beth Cameron has played a fundamental part in the design of our new workroom, and our flagship store opening early next year. We met with Beth to learn the myriad of things that influenced her career.

Story photographed by Yoan Jolly.


Read the full conversation here: https://nz.kowtowclothing.com/blogs/conversations/beth


On The Rise: Beth Cameron

The ArchitectureNow On The Rise series, supported by Resene, focuses on up-and-coming young designers and architects from across New Zealand. For the fifth interview in the series, we talk to designer Beth Cameron, co-director at Makers of Architecture and Makers Fabrication in Wellington.

You can read the full article here: http://architecturenow.co.nz/articles/on-the-rise-beth-cameron

Words Amelia Melbourne-Hayward
Image: Jason Mann


ArchitectureNow – The Act of Making

Amelia Melbourne-Hayward speaks with the Wellington-based team behind Makers of Architecture and Makers Fabrication about the ever-evolving digital design space, prefabrication in New Zealand and how architectural design can – and should – enhance people’s lives.

You can read the full article here: architecturenow.co.nz/articles/the-act-of-making-makers-of-architecture