We regularly publish Perspectives, on the ideas, research and new thinking that inform our practice.
The Christchurch Town Hall, designed by Sir Miles Warren and Maurice Mahoney, is a significant part of the urban fabric and vitality of Christchurch that has served as a gathering place for performances, cultural events and meetings since 1972.
Architecture is about the making of things; an outcome of the head and hand, experiment and memory.
Underpinning successful design, beyond the misconceptions and token gestures, are five simple yet fundamental factors to consider when creating spaces that will encourage employee innovation.
Christchurch will always be renowned for its heritage buildings and civic spaces. The consequences of a series of earthquakes cannot take this away, even amidst the damage or deconstruction of many superb buildings.