The museum complex in Foxton is well underway with steel framing in place.
The Cunningham building refurbishment at Plant and Food Research took out the Resene Commercial Interior Office Award at the recent Resene Colour Awards, congratulations to the talented interior designers Creative Spaces.
As part of architecture week we ventured down to see the silo exhibitions. We were impressed with the impact and message from the exhibit ‘Homeness’ by Antonia Lapwood, Maui ‘Ofamo’oni, Ivan Muller and Sammy Ho.
Simon Devitt has produced a short video about our Waterfall Bay house in the Marlborough Sounds, featuring an interview with Pete about the house.
The refurbishment of Plant and Food Research’s Hamilton Building in Mt Albert is making great progress.
They are in the process of removing the spandrels which enclose the old services, to make way for curtain wall glazing.
Wonderful views and a red door on Waiheke.
We received some fantastic images of this project taken by Don Waterhouse at Open2view for the Master Builder’s house of the year awards.
Construction is underway on the Hearing House, two of the existing houses have been removed in preparation for foundations.
The recent launch of the New Zealand pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale was an impressive event. We are honoured to have our Ouokaha house project included in the exhibition, which has received very positive reviews from European critics.
Construction is underway in Foxton for Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom, a unique project that brings together a library, community facilities, café and Dutch and Maori galleries.