Dominic joined Warren and Mahoney’s Auckland office in 2008 and was appointed Associate in 2009. His role involves working within the Interiors team developing and delivering the fit-out design for major commercial buildings and residential properties.
Dominic’s field of interest is the integration of interiors into the architectural fabric, to design a building from the ‘inside-out’. The interiors focus is synonymous with the architectural focus. He has a real strength in project architecture where communication is a key to appreciate client differences, manage people and the collaborative relationships throughout a project. He will push the boundaries of design to achieve a unique result that clients and consultants can be proud of.
When leading a project, Dominic has a keen interest in the sustainability factor, using local products wherever possible, keeping to the Warren and Mahoney values, and being a part of the wider design team where each individual’s skills and abilities are integral to the project’s success. Dominic has played key roles in various high-profile projects including Spark New Zealand fit-out, Auckland Airport Pier B Extension and MARS Stands, and MIT Manukau & Transport Interchange.