132 Halsey Street

2020 Auckland Architecture Awards - Housing Multi-Unit 

An elegant expression of the Wynyard Quarter Masterplan, this development explores a range of apartment typologies to provide for a diverse group of residents. The neighbourhood is enlivened by the variation in scale and materials across the three building types, and an expert manipulation of floor plans allows clear access paths and recognition of private areas within the apartments. Careful consideration of the street interface and the provision of publicly accessed through-routes will help to nourish a sustainable community, especially when ground-level tenancies are occupied.

Metlifecare Gulf Rise Villas

2020 Auckland Architecture Awards - Planning and Urban Design

To challenge the stereotypical approach to the planning of retirement villages is no easy feat; it takes a brave architect and also a bold client to pull this off. In this case, credit must be given to architect and client for sticking to their determination to do things differently, and better. The result is a very grounded and community-based project, which seeks to prioritise people, rather than cars or profit. This design is deliberate and considered; it allows for public and private space, generous walking tracks, and most gratifyingly, gardens producing edible crops.

Botanica

2019 Auckland Architecture Awards - Housing Multi-Unit

The new Botanica apartments “offer privacy to all their occupants and communal, sylvan splendour to all”, the jury said.

Botanica Heritage

2019 Auckland Architecture Awards - Heritage

Once the Mt Eden offices of Carter Holt, now a city-fringe complex of luxury apartments, Botanica Heritage displays an energetic stylishness and very lovely sense of grace. Each apartment has a deck “carved out” of the building; each boasts a generous high stud and beautiful loft-style living areas, with bedrooms and bathrooms to match. Heritage features in the communal areas and the apartments themselves have been lovingly restored, while contemporary elements enrich the overall feel: this is a special project by Peddle Thorp, a sympathetic restoration with flashes of modernist brilliance that surely rewards each apartment owner with pleasure every day.

Sistema Manufacturing Facility Auckland

2017 Property Council NZ - Supreme Award Winner
Also receiving an Excellence Award and Best in Category for Industrial

Peddle Thorp

2017 Auckland Architecture Awards - Interior Architecture

Caro's Wine

2017 New Zealand Commercial Projects Awards - Bronze Award - Retail
2016 Designers Institute Of NZ Best Award - Gold

Within a 1960’s carcass, the ground floor houses an open retail space and an exotic glass fine wine room, while a tasting room upstairs makes use of the original cathedral ceiling. Design details throughout the building have been meticulously planned to reference the craft of winemaking.

Samoan Consulate

2017 NZ Wood Resene Timber Design Awards - Interior Innovation Award

Awarded for the innovated use of wood or wood panel product as a signature feature in a building, adding ambience, flair and practicality

Carlaw Park Student Village Stage 1

2015 NZIA Auckland Awards
 - Multi Unit Award - Housing

2014 Property Council NZ Awards
 - Excellence Award
 - Best in Multi Unit Residential Category

Stanley St Office Development

2011 Property Council NZ  Awards - Award of Merit

Carlaw Park Mixed Use Precinct Development

2009 Property Council NZ Awards - Award of Merit

Southern Spars Manufacturing Facility

2011 Property Council NZ Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards 2011 - Award of Merit

Auckland Grammar School Sports Pavilion

2008 Auckland Architecture Award

Westlake Boys High Auditorium

2007 Property Council of New Zealand Rider Hunt Building Award – Education and Arts – Merit

2006 NZIA - Resene Local Award for Architecture – Education

AUT Library

2006 NZIA Resene New Zealand Award for Architecture – Education
 
2005 NZIA – Resene Local Award for Architecture – Education