03 May 2023
Studio Pacific is thrilled that Chapman Tripp's Wellington workplace has been named a finalist in the 2023 Interior Awards.
Located in the base-isolated, 20 Customhouse Quay building on Wellington’s waterfront, over two floors, the new workplace offers a high-quality, contemporary work environment that accommodates close to 130 people, and provides a range of reception, meeting, and amenity spaces.
Thirty-one projects from across Aotearoa New Zealand have been shortlisted in the 2023 Interior Awards. Entries showcase excellence in interior design and architectural interiors across eleven categories, including a new multi-housing category.
The shortlist was compiled by a jury convened by Amanda Harkness, Interior editor of Architecture NZ and including Jon Rennie of Athfield Architects, Tessa Pawson of Peddlethorp, Scott Compton of Warren and Mahoney Architects, and Amber Ruckes of The University of Auckland.
The 31 finalists will present live to the judging panel on 18 and 19 May at Objectspace in Auckland, which will also be live-streamed and available to watch on ArchitectureNow.
Winners will be announced at the Interior Awards event on Thursday 29 June at St Matthew-in-the-City in Auckland.
View the full list of 2023 Interior Awards finalists on the ArchitectureNow website.
Read more about Chapman Tripp Wellington here.