Archimedia (Architect/Designer), Pragmatix Limited (Project Manager), Savory Construction (Construction Company)
Axis Sports Medicine Specialists
Axis Sports Medicine secured the top floor of a new building at the Southern Cross North Harbour campus. The project brief included eight consultation rooms, a Rehabilitation Gymnasium that must be accessible to the Inpatient Hospital and after hours, and Patient Concierge spaces and administration support. The fit-out needed to express Axis’ core values and identity. Therefore, it was paramount the design had to deliver a non-clinical environment that patients would feel comfortable approaching.
Naylor Love Wellington Limited
Naylor Love Wellington Limited (Construction Company), Warren and Mahoney Architects (Architect/Designer)
Capital Endoscopy Partnership Limited
The Rutherford Clinic is the first Southern Cross facility in the Hutt Valley. The facility provides a full range of endoscopic procedures and a valuable tool in screening and treating numerous diseases. The facility was designed to have ‘state of the art’ and ‘world class’ medical facilities, yet provide a relaxing and luxurious atmosphere. The project brief called for a ‘hotel’ like atmosphere for patients and staff, without compromising the clinical needs. It needed to be a space that was welcoming, visually engaging and non-sterile, with the view to provide a sense of calm.
Egmont Dixon (Project Manager - Client side), Unispace (Construction Company)
The BNZ Partners Centre project came as a result of the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake severely damaging the 20,000sqm Wellington BNZ Headquarters. Unispace and the BNZ had to rehouse 1,500 displaced staff members. The solution involved the consolidation of the workforce into three sites, with this project being the first of these. The project consisted of refurbishing an office and amenity space across 10 floors, as well as transforming the bank’s 840sqm Partners Centre into a collaborative space. This project pushed the boundaries for the BNZ. They needed to ensure that they maintained their position as market leader, and showcase the resilience of the bank in the face of adversity.
Constructure (Engineer), Unispace (Architect/Designer/Construction Company)
Flight Centre New Zealand has a workplace culture that promotes a ‘Family, Village, Tribe’ structure, which fosters egalitarianism and unity amongst its team. The project team delivered a strategy and design that reconfigured the company's model, taking them to a more agile, open plan way of working. Each floor, within the rigid floorplate, was remodeled to replicate the spatial and work setting arrangements. This created greater connectivity between levels and future-proofed the design by making it agile to growth and supporting team movement.
Klein Architects (Architect/Designer), Pragmatix Limited (Project Manager), Savory Interiors (Construction Company)
Intra is a world leading provider of image-guided healthcare. The project team were asked to develop a world leading facility for their staff and patients. This meant the project team needed an intricate understanding of Intra's workflows and creative thinking while maintaining good health planning principles. The medical experience was to be patient focussed, in line with the Intra philosophy of being clean, precise and proven. The spaces at Intra break through the standard medical imaging aesthetic to reveal a patient focused experience with a strong visual connection to nature.
Dalman Architects (Architect/Designer), Naylor Love Canterbury Ltd (Construction Company)
After moving to a number of temporary offices in post-earthquake Christchurch, Dalman Architects wanted a permanent home that reflected their vision to create ‘enriching spaces’. The studio needed to reflect their new branding, make a bold statement and showcase their creativity. The office needed to be open-plan, fit all staff and allow for expansion. Tōtara forests formed the inspiration for the design, representing longevity and strength, and reflected the company celebrating its 20th Anniversary in 2017. Dalman Architects applied Green Star and sustainable design principles to ensure minimal new materials were utilised in the design.
Argosy (Construction Company), Unispace (Architect/Designer/Construction Company)
The delivery of the Panuku Development project was undertaken by Unispace. They provided strategic, design and project management services. The early contractor engagement enabled Unispace to aid Panuku in the strategic review of their business, and in partnership, they developed the project’s four overarching objectives. The project has enabled the organisation to better embrace its culture and how it operates as an entity. Since moving to its new premise, Panuku has expereinced increased staff engagement, which is a positive step forward.
Creative Spaces (Architect/Designer), ICL Construction (Construction Company)
New Plymouth District Council
The New Plymouth District Council Civic Centre project involved the structural strengthening to three levels of their new offices, and a complete refurbishment of the first floor over three buildings. The project involved extensive services coordination and integration, including CCTV, HVAC, Security, AV, Data, Electrical and a comprehensive Phone Management system. It was a 12 Month build, including urgent weathertightness and roofing works to the exterior of the main building.