Scott joined Warren and Mahoney in 2012 with an incredibly diverse 17 years working internationally in China, the United Kingdom and New Zealand. He brings knowledge and experience in various sectors including retail and branding, workplace design, and large commercial fit outs. The wide range of projects and clients he has worked with is testament to his skill in understanding strategic drivers to create the right design solutions.
Scott’s project experience has been with some the most recognisable brands in their respective markets. He has worked with the likes of Expedia, Digitas LBi, and Grey Advertising in London; Esprit’s stores and WPP’s portfolio of agencies around the UK. During his time with Warren and Mahoney, Scott has been instrumental in award-winning projects including TVNZ, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Forsyth Barr, Russell McVeagh and W&M’s Auckland Studio.
Scott’s strength is integrating analytical study with creative thinking to arrive at holistic design solutions for clients, creating environments that deliver a meaningful experience for its users. Scott enjoys guiding clients through the challenging journey of discovery and the resulting projects often reflect the collaborative nature of the design process and are representative of each clients own unique culture.
Specialisms Interior + Workplace, Retail + Experience
Portfolio Mercury Vodafone, Smales Farm Harmos Horton Lusk Kiwi Property Silver Fern Farms Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Russell McVeagh Warren and Mahoney Auckland Studio TVNZ Mason Bros Sanford Master Plan Forsyth Barr Auckland 15 Stout Street & MBIE Workplace Quad 7 Vodaphone HQ, Auckland Port Otago, Dunedin Southern Spars Building, Wynyard Quarter Auckland John Lysaght Building, Wynyard Quarter ANZ Workplace, Tory Street Wellington