Waterview Connection, delivered in partnership with the Well-Connected Alliance, was the recipient of the supreme Purple Pin (Spatial) at the Designers Institute of New Zealand's Best Awards last Saturday. This award celebrates the very best piece of design in each discipline, held up as work that raises the bar of design in New Zealand. Warren and Mahoney was also proud to be awarded eight Gold Pins and three Silver Pins across seven categories.
The Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Design Awards were first established in the mid-seventies. The awards showcase excellence in graphic, spatial, product, interactive and motion design. More than a thousand entries were submitted this year.
The judges praised Waterview Connection for setting a new level of aspiration for future infrastructure projects in the transport sector.
“The design proves just how emotionally strong design can be, evoking many feelings. It is of the utmost importance to set the highest possible standards for the infrastructure the country builds for us.
The form and proportion of this project as well as the technical resolution create a national level of aspiration for future infrastructure in the transport sector.
This project has and will continue to make a huge impact on Auckland and everyone that uses it, setting standards for public space of permanence and longevity."
Warren and Mahoney’s Managing Director John Coop applauded all who were involved in delivering the winning projects.
"We are incredibly proud to have been honoured across such a diverse range of categories and projects. These awards inspire conversation about the importance of delivering exceptional built outcomes for both our clients and our communities."
View the award-winning projects below:
Waterview Connection - Purple Pin, Gold Pin, Built Environment
Warren and Mahoney in collaboration with Well-Connected Alliance
Te Omeka / Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct - Gold Pin, Ngā Aho
Warren and Mahoney in collaboration with Opus Architects and Te Ngai Tuahuriri Runanga and Matapopore Charitable Trust
Te Omeka / Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct - Gold Pin, Public and Institutional Spaces
Warren and Mahoney in collaboration with Opus Architects and Cox Architecture
119 Great North Road – Gold Pin, Retail Environments
119 Great North Road – Gold Pin, Office and Workplace Environments
Kiwi Property – Gold Pin, Colour Award Spatial
Kiwi Property – Gold Pin, Office and Workplace Environments
Russell McVeagh – Gold Pin, Offices and Workplace Environments
Memorial Bridge – Silver Pin, Built Environment
Memorial Bridge – Silver Pin, Spatial Design Communication
Te Toki a Rata Victoria University of Wellington – Silver Pin, Public and Institutional Spaces
Warren and Mahoney in collaboration with Jackson Architecture
Congratulations to our project teams, clients and partners.