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School Work: St Bede's College

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June 18, 2018

A snapshot of our work for prestigious Christchurch High School, St Bede's College.

When Duval met Don. Rebuilding after the earthquake.

1950s colour north west elevation

May 25, 2018

Following a move from Wellington to Christchurch, HMOA director Duval O’Neill and his wife Bridget fell in love with a little house on a hill designed in the 1950s by local architect, Don Cowey.  Who could have foreseen the tragic events that were to come, but the little house has evolved to pay tribute to its original architect, and represent a new era for the city.  We spoke to Duval about designing his new home following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

New architect in Tauranga: HMOA in the Bay of Plenty

Jenny Headshot Tauranga Architect

May 8, 2018

Jenny Duck has just been made an Associate of Herriot Melhuish O’Neill and established our Tauranga studio, previously working in the Christchurch office for over five years. We caught up with Jenny at her new office in the Bay.

Meet Matt, Our top Architect in Auckland

1703 HMOA Matt Auckland architect

April 30, 2018

It’s easy to typecast our Auckland director, Matt Pearson.  An entrepreneurial Kiwi bloke, he loves working on his own home and has been involved with the development of several apartment buildings—the sound of a concrete pump is music to his ears!

Gender Diversity in Architecture and Engineering

The Diversity Agenda HMOA. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

April 13, 2018

Herriot Melhuish O'Neill Architects is proud to be a founding partner of the Diversity Agenda, a new campaign focussing on a better gender balance in architecture and engineering. 

Working With An Architect On Your New House

Residential architecture booklet - Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect

March 16, 2018

We're making it really clear what's involved in working with us on a residential project. No mystery - our new booklet explains the steps involved.

herriot Dresses PM for Vogue

herriot white sweatshirt - wellington architect

February 15, 2018

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has just featured in American Vogue wearing Wellington fashion label herriot, and its namesake is our very own Max Herriot, HMOA director.

New Life for Christchurch's Gloucester St Apartments

2018 Gloucester Street apartment 4 - Christchurch architect, Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Tauranga architect

February 14, 2018

Working with Leighs Construction, HMOA has just completed a major renovation and refurbishment of one of the few remaining high-rise apartment buildings in Christchurch.

Our Peka Peka House Features in Home Magazine

Peka Peka House HMOA. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

January 31, 2018

We are delighted to see Peka Peka House II featured in the Summer 2017/18 issue of Home New Zealand a magazine.

Patterns and Textures

Stone pots of liquids and dyes, Chouara Tannery, Fez. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

November 20, 2017

HMOA Associate Karl Wipatane had an eye for the detail on his recent trip to Europe, his first visit back since living in London fifteen years ago.

Construction Begins on New Apartments in Manukau, Auckland

manukau apartments. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

September 13, 2017

A new apartment building designed by our HMOA Auckland studio is to begin construction next week.

Complex Simplicity: HMOA’s award-winning house at Waikanae, Kapiti Coast

June 13, 2017

Simplicity is deceptively complex at our Waikanae House which won a housing award at the recent NZIA Wellington Architecture Awards. The judging panel observed that the simple external forms of the structure contain a hidden complexity within. “Viewed on approach this house appears to be a simple composition of box forms. However, on entering and circulating through it, the composition reveals surprises, subtle complexities and a deft handling that responds to the site and the client needs.”

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