Student Architecture Network of New Zealand
SANNZ is the national network of students of the New Zealand Schools of Architecture.
Since 2008 SANNZ has been developing initiatives that extend, engage and support architecture students in New Zealand. Check out the images below of recent SANNZ events and publications.
The Student Architecture Network of New Zealand (SANNZ) is the student analogue of Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects. Since 2008, SANNZ has been developing initiatives that extend, engage, and support architecture students in New Zealand. SANNZ aims to bridge the gap between university students and industry professionals, by promoting an engaging environment for students to develop networks that will support them in their future careers.
SANNZ represents students at the five schools of architecture in New Zealand: The University of Auckland Waipapa Taumata Rau School of Architecture and Planning, Te Pukenga Unitec Architecture Department, Victoria University of Wellington School of Architecture, Te Pukenga Ara Institute of Canterbury, and Otago Polytechnic.
Its representatives in each university aim to host regular social events, showcase student work and provide opportunities for students to broaden their networks within their local architecture communities. To foster greater connections across Aotearoa New Zealand, SANNZ hosts the 24Hr Design Competition as an opportunity for students throughout the nation to come together, work together, and learn together.
All student members (sign up, it's free!) of NZIA also become members of SANNZ.
How do I join?
By becoming a student member of the NZIA you automatically become a member of SANNZ. Student membership of the NZIA is free!
SANNZ on facebook
Visit SANNZ on facebook for more events and information.