Devonport architects have received awards from over 150 entries in this year’s New Zealand Institute of Architects Auckland Architecture Awards, which were announced last night at the annual awards ceremony in the newly refurbished Auckland Art Gallery.
Ken Davis of Herriot + Melhuish : Architecture Ltd and heritage Architect Dave Pearson received an award in association with Opus Architecture and Pearson and Associates Architects for the new Navy Museum at Torpedo Bay in the Interior Architecture category
Salmond Reed Architects Ltd received awards in the heritage category for St Thomas Chapel in St Matthew in-the-City and for their work with Cheshire Architects in the restoration of Stanbeth and Excelsior buildings in the Britomart. Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, a project for which Salmond Reed Architects Ltd provided heritage and conservation advice, also received an award in the Heritage and Public Architecture Categories for FJMT (Sydney) and Archimedia Ltd in association. In addition Archimedia Director Lindsay Mackie is a Belmont/Devonport resident.
Devonport resident and architect, Simon Mrkusic received awards in association with Deighton Sayegh Architects Limited for the new The Order of St John National & Regional Headquarters in the Commercial and Sustainable Architecture categories.