ArchiPro lets you search 500 of New Zealand’s leading architectural firms, companies and brands showcasing over 3,000 architectural projects and 9,500 products and materials.
Established in 2014, we have grown to become the nation’s largest and fastest growing platform for architecture online. Leading the way through inspiration, today ArchiPro receives well over 2m annual page views, is home to around 65,000 – 70,000 website visits from NZ each month and has a rapidly growing database of 70,000 registered users and followers.
Our business is making it easier for Consumers to source inspiration and information for their building project. Whilst providing an excellent platform for Architects, Designers, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Builders, Contractors, Photographers and anyone with a stake in architecture to promote themselves easier, operate in a networked platform, find work, design better buildings and ultimately build better cities.
WHO WE ARE
We’re a team of entrepreneurs, creatives, thinkers, technologists, designers and doers, unlocking the value of the built environment through inspiration and leading New Zealand architecture in to the future.
We approach our objectives with passion and purpose to push the envelope of existing online technologies and provide pixel perfect web experiences for those looking to build.
We believe in doing everything better and more efficiently, than any other business in our field - for anyone else it's just a job; for us it's our sole purpose.
In September 2014 ArchiPro set out on a mission to help improve the quality of life for the 7 million people that will call New Zealand home in the next 50 years.
To do this we went on a journey to create an easy to access online resource where Kiwis are able to draw inspiration from New Zealand’s best architecture, interiors, products and brands. An online resource where design, products and craftsmanship are combined to create buildings that will not only shape the future of our country but to ensure that us as proud Kiwis get to enjoy them for generations to come.