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Warren and Mahoney Architects Ltd

      

 
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Warren and Mahoney Architects Ltd
139 Pakenham Street West
Auckland Central
New Zealand
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Warren and Mahoney Architects Ltd
PO Box 91517
Victoria Street West
Auckland
New Zealand

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Principals: Andrew Barclay , Andrew Tu'inukuafe , Arch Archbold , Blair Johnston , Bren Morrison , John Coop , Jonathan Hewlett , Mike Jackson , Patrick Sloan , Richard Voss , Shannon Joe , Tim Melville
Architects: Andrew Tu'inukuafe, Arch Archbold, Blair Johnston, Bren Morrison, Edwin Ipsen, Ilona Haghshenas, Jasper Wong, Joe Murphy, John Coop, John McNamara, Jonathan Hewlett, Mathew Brown, Mike Jackson, Mitchel Cantlon, Ngata Tapsell, Patrick Sloan, Paul Morrison, Richard Voss, Sarah Hewlett Diprose, Shannon Joe, Simon Dodd, Stephen de Vrij, Tim Melville, Tom Locke
Work Done: Education, Heritage & Conservation, Hospitality & Tourism, Residential
 
Warren and Mahoney is an insight led multidisciplinary architectural practice with six locations functioning as a single office. Our clients and projects span New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Rim. The practice has over 160 people, comprising specialists working across the disciplines of Architecture, Workplace, Customer Experience Design, Masterplanning, Urban Design and Sustainable Design. We draw from the wider group for skills and experience on every project, regardless of the location.
Warren and Mahoney is embedded in New Zealand’s architectural culture. We have created iconic designs with visionary design leaders. Our founders, Sir Miles Warren and Maurice Mahoney have been recognised as driving forces in introducing Architectural Modernism to New Zealand. Our philosophy is the ongoing pursuit of professional excellence; to improve the vitality of human interaction through built form.

The Supreme Court of New Zealand ANZ Centre Refurbishment Auckland NZi3 Innovation Institute University of Canterbury

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