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Workplace design must put people first
Senior Associate Holly Campbell proposes five people-centric design principles that can be applied to workplace design.
Warren and Mahoney appoints industry-renowned Principal Sven Ollmann in Sydney
Warren and Mahoney has appointed Sven Ollmann as Sydney Studio Principal, strengthening its diverse expertise.
Auckland Airport and Tainui Group Holdings Break Ground on Te Arikinui Pullman Hotel
Auckland Airport and Tainui Group Holdings (TGH) have unveiled the uniquely New Zealand design for the new luxury Te Arikinui Pullman Auckland Airport Hotel, as part of a karakia service to celebrate the start of construction.
World Architecture Festival 2019 Awards: Warren and Mahoney shortlisted for five projects
The World Architectural Festival (WAF) has announced the finalists for its 2019 awards, which include five projects by Warren and Mahoney.
Warren and Mahoney wins Good Design Award for third consecutive year
Warren and Mahoney has been recognised once more at Australia’s 2019 Good Design Awards. This marks its fourth award and third consecutive year that the practice has been awarded by this prestigious awards programme.
Three Warren and Mahoney projects recognised among 'global mark of excellence' awards
Three Warren and Mahoney projects have been recognised at the Chicago Athenaeum and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies 2019 awards: Memorial Bridge, Mason Bros and Waterview Connection in association with Boffa Miskell and the Well-Connected Alliance.
Waterview Connection scoops international architecture award
The Well-Connected Alliance, architect Warren and Mahoney and urban design partners, Boffa Miskell, are thrilled to have received international recognition for the Waterview Connection project at the Los Angeles Business Council’s Architectural Awards on Friday 21 June.
Ilona Haghshenas – Principal, Warren and Mahoney
We chat to Principal Ilona Haghshenas about her fascinating background as an architect; and where she sees architecture as a discipline heading into the future.
Prestigious annual awards recognise exceptional property
Warren and Mahoney was a proud project partner for three Best in Category awards, one Excellence award and two Merit Awards.
NZIA jury celebrate universal design at southern architecture awards
Celebrated for its 'universal design' and 'whole-of-life sustainability measures', the Wanaka Sports and Aquatic Facility was the only project to have been recognised in the Public category at this years' awards.
Christchurch rebuild architecture celebrated at NZIA Canterbury Awards
The Christchurch rebuild continues to generate innovative architecture, with projects in the city winning most of this year's NZIA Canterbury Architecture Awards.
Diversity by design: How architects and designers can help to shape a more inclusive workplace
Julia McPherson, Principal and workplace design specialist, shares her view on how architects and designers can help their clients foster a more inclusive working environment.
Retirement living: Bold designs for a bright future
As Warren and Mahoney’s Mat Brown explains, some bold moves away from the traditional retirement design will need to be made to adapt to external forces and meet expectations as well as financial capabilities of future retirees in New Zealand.
Warren and Mahoney promotes workplace design specialist Julia McPherson to Principal
Warren and Mahoney’s Wellington studio has grown its senior leadership team with the recent appointment of Julia McPherson as Principal.
Warren and Mahoney recognises its next generation of leaders
Warren and Mahoney is pleased to announce the appointment of our newest Associate Principals, Senior Associates and Associates.
New library and community centre, Te Ara Ātea, to provide anchor point for the community of Rolleston
After extensive consultation with the community and local iwi, a new library and community centre development will be constructed to serve Rolleston's diverse community.
Local Architecture Awards celebrates the changing face of Wellington City
The annual Wellington New Zealand Institute of Architects local awards were held last night at the Parliament Buildings. Warren and Mahoney received five awards in the Public, Interior, Commercial and Enduring Architecture categories.
Wanaka Recreation Centre shortlisted in Asia Pacific Design Awards
The Wanaka Recreation and Wellness Facility, designed by Warren and Mahoney, has been shortlisted under ‘The Wellness’ category – the only project shortlisted in this category from New Zealand.
Design team appointed for Christ Church Cathedral reinstatement
The Christ Church Cathedral rebuild has reached a significant milestone with the appointment of new engineers and architects.
Affordable apartments and commercial architecture recognised at Auckland’s premiere annual awards
Warren and Mahoney’s record of award-winning projects at Stonefields in east Auckland has continued with Bellus Apartments, and in Wynyard Quarter, commercial office space 12 Madden Street.
Zespri moves into new Mount Maunganui Head Office
Zespri staff moved into their new head office in Mount Maunganui yesterday following the completion of the first phase of the new office redevelopment.
Stage Two of Tauranga Crossing officially opened by Tauranga Mayor Greg Brownless
Stage two of the $150 million development is an extension of the first section of the centre which opened in October 2018, bringing new shops and eateries to the Bay of Plenty.
Jonathan Goss' 2018 interior Design Trends – and focus for 2019
Senior interior designer Jonathan Goss has recently joined Warren and Mahoney's Queenstown studio. He shares his major design themes in 2018, and what we should expect to see more of this year.
Smooth sailing for luxury development inspired by historic shipwreck
Shipwrecks may not be an obvious source of inspiration for luxury apartments, but a new premium development in Melbourne has created an elegant homage to a nearby nautical wreckage.