Taking the holistic view, Nick Warring is a proven leader in project delivery, a process he manages from inception to completion. Nick provides a vital link between clients, consultants, contractors and sub-contractors, working with each party to ensure projects benefit from their unique contributions, while also nurturing the integrity of architectural concepts to achieve a cohesive result.
Graduating with an honours degree in architecture from Victoria University in 1992, Nick has since received a number of awards for his work on commercial, education, heritage and civic projects completed throughout New Zealand over the last 20 years.
Nick is Warren and Mahoney’s Justice Sector team leader and has a keen interest in the design of civic buildings and the special role they play in contributing to the urban and institutional landscape of the city. Central to his approach is the belief that good architecture must not only satisfy immediate functional needs but also provide a positive legacy within the wider built environment.
Based in the Wellington office, Nick joined Warren and Mahoney in 2003 and was appointed Principal of the practice in 2011. He is a regular guest lecturer at the Wellington School of Architecture and Design, and recognises the importance of investing knowledge back into the emerging generation of designers.
Nick is committed to the delivery of inspirational architecture that celebrates an honest expression of its component parts and where the fundamental creative vision is upheld throughout the process.
Experience Justice + Defence
BArch (Hons) BBSc ANZIA Reg Arch
Portfolio Christchurch Justice & Emergency Services Precinct, Te Omeka High Commission of India The Supreme Court of New Zealand Arena Manawatu Singapore High Commission Parliament Executive Wing (Beehive) Government House Wellington Maritime Tower Chapman Tripp, Wellington KPMG, Wellington ANZ, Tory Street Auckland High Court Wellington High Court Hutt Valley District Court