The Francis Place frontage has been entirely remodelled to create a welcoming entry. A deep cedar clad sun louvre screen provides shade and shelter along the western edge. The double height entry atrium is flooded with natural light and connects to all office zones.
This project is the refurbishment of a significant landmark heritage building – the Orange the Orange Coronation Hall on Auckland’s Newton Road – and a new mixed-use development on the same site, resulted from a design competition.
Property Brokers are a high profile, national – non-main centre - proudly regional real estate agency. The owner, Tim Mordaunt, approached DGSE when looking to build a new flagship head office in Palmerston North.
This new office building has been designed to sit within the existing Showplace Office Park. The four-level building has been designed to accommodate two tenants on each floor to provide spaces for smaller companies (250-400 sqm.) within the office park.
Drawing inspiration from the surrounding context of the beach, dunes and breaking surf, the new Surf Lifesaving tower at Waimarama Surf Lifesaving Club has fused together form and function.
Born as a design and build project, the brief was to deliver a new modern facility at the Napier Port. PMA prepared the design build speciﬁcation, and recommended the project team to the Port of Napier, from which PMA was successful in winning the design contract for the project.
Born from a design build competition with Hawkins Construction as the contractor, the brief was to deliver a building of signiﬁcant importance to both the Christchurch International Airport and the City of Christchurch, coupled with a technical brief that demanded the utmost of both the consultants and contractor alike.
The practical demands of a courthouse catering for users in several jurisdictions guided the building’s overall design – there are dedicated spaces and circulation routes for Justices of The Peace, Coroners, the Judiciary, Lawyers, Prisoners and Administrators, as well as open public spaces.
Exterior Re-cladding, New interior Plan & Fitout at Kensington, Whangarei
The striking three-level winery was specifically sited to take advantage of spectacular views of Auckland City and the Hauraki Gulf. Built into the steep western slope of Te Whau Point, it stands as a sentinel beckoning wine lovers.
The standard range of elements, colours and textures developed by ASC Architects for the Bank has been applied in the large and very open space, with some enhanced architectural features to make the best of the key urban location.
This project consists of a new 4500 square meter supermarket development, together with associated additional retail and a level of sub grade parking.
The site had been occupied by McDonald’s for over 20 years, during which time it set up its staff training operation in the old Saint Patrick’s school building on Wellington Street. A key component of the brief for the new building was to integrate the old and new buildings.