Shaping a more sustainable and uplifting built environment across the buildings, neighbourhoods, cities, and landscapes of Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • Nelson Airport Terminal
    A new terminal that enhances the gateway experience of locals and visitors to the Nelson Tasman region.
  • Te Manawataki o Te Papa – Library & Community Hub and Landscape
    A vibrant new precinct at the heart of Tauranga city. Te Manawataki o Te Papa is a collection of civic buildings and spaces that will be a catalyst for the regeneration of Tauranga, drawing the community back into the city centre.
  • Brandon House
    A comprehensive refurbishment and seismic strengthening of an existing 1960’s concrete office building located in the heart of Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington.
  • Matipo House
    Located in a quiet, tree-lined suburban street, this project fulfils the client's desire to move ‘home’ to Eastbourne, creating a place for a restful retirement in the picturesque seaside suburb.
  • Parliamentary Play Space
    As part of the Speaker and Parliamentary Service’s efforts to make Parliament more accessible and family-orientated, Studio Pacific were commissioned to design a new play space for the Parliament grounds.
  • Air New Zealand – Hangar 4
    On its completion in early 2025, Studio Pacific Architecture’s new flagship hangar for Air New Zealand — Hangar 4 in Auckland — will be the largest single-span timber arch aircraft hangar in the southern hemisphere.
  • 30 Madden
    Situated near one of the world’s most beautiful harbours, 30 Madden offers refined living in the heart of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland's new Wynyard Quarter Precinct.
  • Chapman Tripp Wellington
    Occupying two levels of the base-isolated, 20 Customhouse Quay building on Wellington’s waterfront, Chapman Tripp’s Wellington workplace accommodates close to 130 people, while also providing a range of reception, meeting, and amenity spaces.
  • Tākina – The Wellington Convention and Exhibition Centre
    Wellington’s new Convention and Exhibition Centre, Tākina, has a uniquely sculptural form that draws inspiration from a wide range of sources including its maritime location, Wellington's dramatic, and sometimes wild, weather patterns, and landforms.
  • Sunfield Masterplan
    Sunfield offers a radical new approach to living. A neighbourhood with far fewer roads and entirely solar powered, resulting in more affordable homes.