Property Council Awards success

Monday, June 19 2017

We were delighted to see the Australis Nathan Buildings recognised with two awards at the 2017 Property Council New Zealand Property Industry Awards on Friday evening - Heritage and Adaptive Reuses Property Award (Best in Category) and Commercial Office Property Award (Merit). Congratulations to all involved in the delivery of Britomart’s most recent transformation.

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The Grounds

Tuesday, June 13 2017

Peddle Thorp is proud to be leading the design team on The Grounds in Hobsonville. Due for completion in 2018, this innovative development is a collaboration between Tall Wood Ltd (TW), Twenty Twenty Property Partners Ltd (TTPP) and Stanley Group construction. With 42 contemporary apartments, The Grounds will establish itself as a landmark project that will shape the affordable housing market. Constructed using CLT panels and LVL columns and beams, the project embraces forward-thinking design to produce elegant, functional homes designed to last. The renewable materials used, along with the traditional manufacturing techniques contribute to the timelessness of the project.

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NZ Commercial Project Awards

Monday, May 15 2017

Two Peddle Thorp designed projects received recognition at the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards ceremony on Friday evening – TRG Imaging Shakespeare Road (Silver Award, Health) and Caro’s Grey Lynn (Bronze Award, Retail). Well done to the project teams involved!

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Keystone Trust Botanica site visit

Wednesday, May 10 2017

As proud supporters of the Keystone Trust we enjoyed the recent opportunity to host students on a site visit of the Botanica and Botanica Heritage multi-unit residential projects in Mt Eden. Many thanks to John Wardle (Peddle Thorp), Jonathan Simpson and Sam McPhee (Haydn & Rollett) for sharing their time and expertise on the day.

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Australis Nathan Metro feature

Thursday, May 4 2017

Be sure to see the feature on Australis Nathan in the latest issue of Metro Magazine.

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NZIA Auckland Architecture Awards success

Thursday, April 27 2017

We are delighted that three of our projects received recognition at the NZIA Auckland Architecture Awards last night. Our award-winning entries include the iconic 151 Queen Street (Enduring), Australis Nathan Buildings (Heritage), and our new Peddle Thorp offices (Interior Architecture). Congratulations to the project teams involved!


Hereford Street Car Park opens in Christchurch CBD

Tuesday, April 11 2017

The new Hereford Street Carpark opened to the public for parking in the Christchurch CBD on Wednesday 5 April.  The building is a mixed use development consisting of 570 carparks, retail and office space spread over 8 floors with retail tenancies linking both Hereford and High Streets to be completed later this year. 


Rangiora Borough School

Tuesday, April 11 2017

Rangiora Borough School, a new building consisting of a 12 classrooms with associated teaching spaces received practical completion on Wednesday 5 April.  The new school, delivered in conjunction with Brewer Davidson Architects is one of four schools that Peddle Thorp is involved in throughout North Canterbury.  The North Canterbury Schools Project consists of new classrooms at Ashgrove School, Oxford Area School, Rangiora Borough School and Southbrook School which forms part of the much wider $1.1 billion rebuilding Christchurch’s Schools Project which Peddle Thorp is proud to be involved in.


Our new offices!

Thursday, March 30 2017

We are absolutely delighted with our new Auckland offices located on the top floor of the historic Northern Steamship Company Building. It was determined that any new work should appear secondary to the primary heritage space and material. To complement the existing auburn shades of brick and kauri we selected a restricted palette of copper and recycled timber which is used in structure, furniture and screens. Minor highlights of bronze glass feature in internal glazing and furniture. The new elements are distinct, but with careful detailing and sensitive material selection achieve what we call ‘architectural assonance’.

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Maureen Plowman is under way

Monday, March 13 2017

We are excited by the commencement of work on the Maureen Plowman site. Situated in the heart of Browns Bay, the existing retirement village is undergoing a major redevelopment in order to meet the changing needs of the retirement living and aged care market. Featuring stunning sea views, Maureen Plowman will offer a full continuum of care where residents can live independently in a supportive environment with access to rest home and hospital facilities as required.


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