awards

2011

2008

1999

Cuba Street Bus Shelters, Wellington
NZIA Resene Branch Awards for Architecture

Winner, Urban Design

ZFA Wellington
Best Awards

Interior Design - Retail

1998

Marion Square Apartments, Wellington
NZIA National Awards for Architecture

Finalist

TransAlta New Zealand Fitout, Petone
Best Awards

Winner, Commercial (Interior Design)

1997

Marion Square Apartments, Wellington
NZIA Regional Awards for Architecture

Winner

TransAlta New Zealand Fitout, Petone
NZIA Resene Colour Awards

Winner

TransAlta New Zealand Fitout, Petone
NZIA Regional Awards for Architecture

Winner

1996

Origin Design Fitout, Wellington
NZIA Regional Awards for Architecture

Winner

Waireki Tourist Park, Taupo
Urban Design Competition

Winner

1995

Austria International Ltd, Wellington
Casino Hotel Design Competition

Winner

Concept for a Small Home
International Small Home Design Competition

Winning Design Entry

1994

Mission Hall, Wellington
NZIA Awards for Architecture
Wellington City Council Eco House Competition
Design for an innovative environmentally sustainable prototype house

Runner Up, Highly Commended

1993

At Home in the City
Urban Design Competition, The Netherlands

Winner, design competition for 180 housing units, two supermarkets and communal facilities in the CIBOGA district, Groningen, The Netherlands (Studio 333)

Gateway New Zealand Design Competition
for the Gateway approaches to Auckland International Airport, Auckland

Merit Award

1992

Carrington Polytechnic
Student Housing Design Competition

Winner, competition to design 85 student apartments in a purpose built village at Carrington Polytechnic, Auckland

Christchurch Cathedral Visitor Centre design
Christchurch Cathedral Visitor Centre Design Competition, Christchurch

Second Prize

Karlsruhe - Gottasaue Quarter Design Competition
in association with Studio 333

Winner, Auckland Architecture Association Design Award

1991

Samarkand Revitalisation Competition
Revitalisation competition for Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Winner. Sponsored by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, USSR Union of Architects and the Uzbekistan Union of Architects