Thursday, April 19 2018
We enjoyed the recent opportunity to co-host NZSEE Conference delegates on a site visit of Seascape Auckland alongside Mott MacDonald. The event included presentations from the project team on the architectural and structural features and challenges involved in the design of what will be New Zealand’s tallest residential building when completed in 2021.
Thursday, April 5 2018
We are excited to be working alongside Southern Cross Hospitals and Aspec Properties in leading the design of the new North Shore Surgical Centre in Milford. Located adjacent to the award-winning TRG Imaging building the new hospital will cater for the rising demand for high quality orthopaedic surgery services on Auckland’s North Shore.
Thursday, March 8 2018
We are delighted to be involved with Element in Ellerslie - a project setting a new benchmark in high density, sustainable living in New Zealand. Find out more below:
Tuesday, January 30 2018
Be sure to see the Ballantynes update in the latest issue of Architecture New Zealand magazine. Peddle Thorp is proud to be working with Ballantynes in designing a new building for their Lichfield Street frontage in Christchurch. Due for completion in early 2019, the new building will be an exciting addition to the city’s expanding retail precinct and form an integral part of the Ballantynes retail experience.
Monday, January 22 2018
We are thrilled to be involved with the Element residential development in Ellerslie.
Monday, December 18 2017
Director Richard Goldie recently spoke with Britomart Magazine on the inspiration behind the use of the ancient sgraffito technique on the award-winning Australis Nathan project.
Friday, November 24 2017
We were delighted to see Brian Aitken recognised as a Distinguished Fellow of the NZIA at the recent New Zealand Architecture Awards evening.
Thursday, November 23 2017
We are excited to see some serious traction on Lichfield Street in Christchurch with the demolition of the Anderson and Stables buildings charging ahead in the wake of a CPU (Certificate of Public Use) being granted. Ballantynes will remain trading as Naylor Love demolishes the above ground buildings and removes them off site for re-use. It will be a few weeks before we see the diggers roll in to demolish the basement once the top structure has been removed. The construction of the new building will follow on from the completion of demolition works next year.
Thursday, November 16 2017
Our 2017 Unitec student project is now complete. Under the guidance of Director, Richard Goldie, four students - Adrian Janus, Jack Luo, Rohini Contractor and Yadharsh Vijaykumar, were challenged to develop concepts demonstrating “Future Living” in the context of Fletcher Living’s Three Kings master plan. The students were required to analyse the existing masterplan and undertake research as to what disruptions may be emerging that would challenge the nature of work and the future of living. These included environmental strategies, flexible living, alternative models for housing, workplaces and transportation. They were then to select a site amongst the proposed development, and analyse and propose a building capturing ‘future living’ propositions. The students recently presented their work to members of the Peddle Thorp design team and tutors from Unitec for final critique. Congratulations to all involved for challenging themselves to develop a complex building in a testing geographical and urban context, and for the professional standard of their presentations.
Monday, November 13 2017
We are delighted to have received two awards at the New Zealand Architecture Awards on Friday evening for Britomart’s Australis Nathan (Commercial Architecture) and the iconic 151 Queen Street (Enduring Architecture). Congratulations to Brian Aitken who was recognised as a Distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Architects on the night!