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Here is a sneak peek of the pop-out stair at Plant & Food Research, Mt Albert.

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Auckland Festival of Architecture 2018 visit Bossley Architects

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CONGRATULATIONS to Francisco Carbajal, Matthew Ryu, Jeong Heon Kim for becoming finalist in an international student competition #ArtPrison! The competition held by YAC was to transform an ancient fortress of Santa Caterina into a treasure chest containing works of art for internationally renowned artists and intellectuals.

“After the fall of Favignana’s internationally renowned fishing industry, we propose a new development that complements past and present whilst paving the way to the future. We seek to achieve this by utilising the existing fortress and creating new forms that significantly improving local facilities.”

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Beautiful frame for our hybrid prefab housing cluster on Waiheke. First two buildings up in a few days. 4 more to go!

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Located at the foot of a cliff, right on the beach is the recently completed Onetangi Beach House. Photos by Jackie Meiring 1802-BOSSLEY-Onetangi Hse__ 11802-BOSSLEY-Onetangi Hse__ 361802-BOSSLEY-Onetangi Hse__ 64

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Benjamin Somverville                                                  Finn Scott

 

As the middle of another busy year in residential and commercial design approaches, we are delighted to announce some exciting new appointments at Bossley Architects.

Benjamin Somerville has been appointed an Associate. He has been with us for ten years and has been a valuable member of our team. He has been involved in a number of significant projects, including the recently completed Hearing House in Greenlane.

Benjamin’s technical skills have seen him make an invaluable contribution to the Park Hyatt Hotel on the Auckland waterfront, including preparation of the BIM model of this very complex building currently under construction.

We look forward to Benjamin’s input in to more managerial roles in projects and in the studio.

Finn Scott has now become a Senior Associate. As an Associate for the last few years, Finn has been working on projects as varied as apartment buildings in the Vinegar Lane development and more than 100 terrace houses, walk-ups and apartments at Hobsonville.

He has been involved in designing and overseeing a beach house on Waiheke Island, and is currently Project Architect on a large sculptural house in Takapuna, being built of in-situ white concrete.

Finn became a Registered Architect in 2017.

We are delighted to be announcing these changes during a year which has been stimulating and busy so far. Our 19-strong team looks forward to continuing to work with our clients, collaborators and consultants producing award-winning buildings of the very highest quality.

As always, our aim is to produce “Architecture that lifts the spirit”.