Shaping a more sustainable and uplifting built environment across the buildings, neighbourhoods, cities, and landscapes of Aotearoa New Zealand.
  • BNZ Place
    BNZ Place at 1 Whitmore Street in Wellington is a testament to practical and purposeful workplace design. Built around a design narrative of navigation, landform and seascape, key groupings of spaces, materials and circulation pathways lead you through the fitout and up through the floors to the sky.
  • 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.
  • Nelson Airport Terminal
    A new terminal that enhances the gateway experience of locals and visitors to the Nelson Tasman region.
  • 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.
  • Park House
    Set in the picturesque town of Wānaka, this family home embodies simplicity and warmth, drawing inspiration from the rugged charm of mountain huts while maintaining a refined aesthetic.
  • 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.
  • Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway
    Peka Peka to Ōtaki Expressway is a four-lane, 13km ‘Green Corridor’ extending from Te Kowhai Road in the south, through to Taylors Road in the north, passing through predominantly rural land as well as the townships of Te Horo and Ōtaki.
  • 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.
  • 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.