A global sustainable development consultancy's new Auckland office, by Unispace, offers a commercial model for green guardianship

Heating (and cooling) for this kitchen is tucked into an understated dropped ceiling that delineates the kitchen zone 

The framing of this kitchen island gives it the character of a large wooden table – breakfast seating and white cabinet forms fill in the gaps

This showhome offers the best of everything in terms of materials and products – however, a winning handicap is not supplied as standard

Soon to be Singapore’s tallest building, this 63-storey, green-minded skyscraper's design – by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill – takes its cues from bamboo forests 

An in-tune hospital redevelopment in South West Sydney includes Hospital Street, a lofty art-filled indoor avenue connecting new, existing and to-come facilities 

The 2.4km long Hyperlane Park by Aedas brims with social, retail and creative space, appealing to all ages and enriching the public green corridor

With this viewless, inward-focussed home, it’s hard to tell if you’re inside or out – the topsy-turvy design confounds perspective by bringing key outdoor elements in

This large country garden had lacked a true outdoor usable space – a new patio area brings year round indoor-outdoor living

A warm, calm palette contributes to this light, minimalist bathroom with a sleek European aesthetic and individualistic bronzed shower glass

This dark, bold kitchen was inspired by the home's dramatic architecture with feature panels climbing into the 5m-high cathedral ceiling

Congratulations to the winner and finalists in the 2022 TIDA International Interior of the Year – from leading designers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, China, Europe and USA