University of Canterbury Rehua
The Rehua building at University of Canterbury, provides a vibrant multi-level community hub in the heart of the Ilam campus, bringing together the University Centre for Entrepreneurship, the Executive Development Programme, Health & Human Development, and relocating the College of Education from the DovedaleCampus.
We began working together in 1968. Every day, we make architecture that responds with spirit and ingenuity to the pressing challenges of our time: the need for sustainable design, quality housing, public spaces that reflect the community, and genuinecollaboration.
Our team is a close-knit group of specialists in architecture, interior design, urban planning and landscape architecture. Over the last half-century the practice has pioneered a sustainable approach to architecture through a strikingly wide and original range of work from urban masterplans, to public infrastructure, civic and cultural buildings, offices and workplaces, and privatehousing.
Waitohi Whare Mātauranga
Waitohi Whare Mātauranga, the Picton Library and Service Centre, draws on the town's nautical history and offers the community a central civic facility, combining the library, service centre, community spaces and a pocketpark.
Kumutoto Site 10
The Kumutoto Precinct is a pivot point of the Wellington Waterfront. Site 10 is central to the intersection between city, port, andwaterfront.
A transition zone between the working port and the public domain, the development activated a tired, windswept car park.