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Collaboration key to infrastructure success
When public and private sectors come together they deliver the best infrastructure outcomes for communities, writes Rod Marler.
Audacious change: The architecture needed to educate Generation Alpha
The decade has been dominated by the shift to student-centricity in the design of campus spaces. But how do we anticipate the needs of future students in a dramatically changing context?
Warren and Mahoney appointed for Wakatu Quay development
Following an extensive review of the ten design competition entries, The Kaikōura Marine Development Programme (KMDP) and the Kaikōura District Council has appointed Warren and Mahoney as lead consultant for the Wakatu Quay redevelopment.
Lisa Chung appointed as independent director
Warren and Mahoney has appointed Australian-based Lisa Chung AM as an independent director to the practice’s board of directors effective 1 August 2021.
Te Pae Christchurch to Open for Business in October
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre will open for business in late October with a solid roster of domestic and Australasian events planned for its opening months.
How New Zealand Can Lead The World In Indigenous Design
Aotearoa is well placed to widely influence the design of the built environment by harnessing the knowledge of its unique Māori culture, says Whare Timu, Associate Principal and Warren and Mahoney’s Advanced Indigenous Design Unit – Te Matakīrea Lead.
World famous collection of Surrealism at Te Papa
A unique, world famous collection of Surrealist art takes up residence at Te Papa this winter.
W+M recognise national reconciliation week, Australia
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) starts on 27 May and ends on 3 June.
Construction to commence on city-making Queen Street development
In partnership with Precinct Properties, Warren and Mahoney is pleased with the announcement that construction of the One Queen Street redevelopment will shortly commence.
Warren and Mahoney welcomes next generation of leaders
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our newest Associate Principals, Senior Associates and Associates.
Discover New: Melbourne's Time-Bound Retail Experience
From May 6 through May 23, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise (NZTE) has opened the doors to Discover New, an artfully curated, time-bound retail experience designed by Warren and Mahoney.
Designing post-COVID workplaces: How different working styles can support autonomy and belonging
We are entering an exciting period of transformation in workplace design, with people demanding more from the spaces that they work in and the tools they need to succeed. But are we over-thinking it? Have the basics really changed?
Whare Timu joins W+M as Associate Principal to lead Advanced Cultural Design Unit, Te Matakīrea
Warren and Mahoney is pleased to announce the appointment of Whare Timu as an Associate Principal of its Wellington Studio. Whare will also lead Warren and Mahoney’s group advanced cultural design unit – Te Matakīrea.
Celebrating International Women's Day
To support and acknowledge International Women's Day, we introduce a few of the many talented women at Warren and Mahoney.
W+M adds degree of talent in Melbourne with new tertiary education Principal
Warren and Mahoney’s Melbourne studio has further graduated its offering, with the appointment of a new Principal, Simon Topliss - an industry expert in tertiary education.
Build to love
As Build-to-Rent emerges, what can we learn from local residential developments that are designed to attract and care for the people who live there?
La Trobe University Sports Stadium hailed for sustainability
La Trobe University’s new Sports Stadium has been awarded Australia’s first “6 Star Green Star Design and As Built v1.2 certified rating” for a sports building by the Green Building Council Australia, recognising ‘World Leadership’ in sustainable building practice.
Campsite rules: What the humble campground tells us about how people want to live
When Kiwis go camping, leaving behind their unnecessary baggage, we might see a modern vernacular.
What the Spanish Club can teach us about urban living
Warren and Mahoney Auckland's Mat Brown speaks to Melbourne's Nick Deans about a new multi-residential project for the practice in Melbourne, and what it can teach us about apartment living in Aotearoa.
Fit for the Future
Why Warren and Mahoney's latest sports and recreation project at La Trobe University Sports Park is a new ‘PB’.
WM achieves excellence in design and innovation at annual Property Council awards
Warren and Mahoney was a proud project partner for two Best in Category Awards, one Excellence Award and one Merit Award.
Warren and Mahoney wins honour at LA architectural awards for second consecutive year
Further international recognition for the Mason Bros. project, named Tripartite award winner at the Los Angeles Business Council’s Architectural Awards.
More than a building – concept design for Christ Church Cathedral brings vision and reality
The concept design and overarching vision for the reinstatement of Christ Church Cathedral provides the first public glimpse into the future reality of the city’s heritage and community centrepiece.
Commercial Bay welcomes Spark’s new innovative retail experience
Auckland’s transformational Commercial Bay has welcomed another exciting retail offering; Spark’s three-level flagship store. The store is a destination that goes beyond traditional retail, offering a broader experience where customers can connect, learn and be inspired.