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Breaker Bay House on Fire: Rebuilding to Tim Nees' Design

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May 13, 2019

In June 2009, a fire razed Ranger Point House in Wellington's Breaker Bay, the awarding-winning home architect Tim Nees had designed for his family in 1995. Maintaining the essence of the original house, HMOA carefully went about rebuilding it to Tim's original design.

Work With Us: Situation Vacant in Auckland Studio

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May 8, 2019

Are you an experienced architect, architectural graduate or architectural designer with at least five years under your belt?

From the drawing board: HMOA Auckland Architects

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May 6, 2019

Work in Progress at Herriot Melhuish O'Neill Auckland While the HMOA Auckland team is particularly big on apartments, there are always houses in the mix. Auckland director Matt Pearson gives a glimpse of three projects on the go in the Parnell studio.

Media article: HMOA Beach Houses in UNO Magazine

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January 5, 2019

Jenny Duck from the Tauranga studio recently spoke to the Bay of Plenty's UNO magazine about our beach houses.

Thanks for our studio Sir Miles: HMOA Christchurch designed by Miles Warren

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December 3, 2018

Our Christchurch team has the joy of working out of 65 Cambridge Tce, designed by Sir Miles Warren in 1962 as his home and office (for Warren and Mahoney). Christchurch director Duval O'Neill shares his passion for the building.

Artist & Architect Collaborate: Michel Tuffery & the Pacific Islands Memorial

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December 2, 2018

John Melhuish is working with artist Michel Tuffery on the design of the Pacific Islands Memorial,  a huge bronze conch shell to represent Pacific Islanders’ contribution war.

Super Cuba: Architectural Restoration and New Apartments in Wellington's Cuba Street

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November 28, 2018

When Wellington builders the Trevor Brothers laid down their tools in 1912, they wouldn’t have imagined that 106 years later 161 Cuba St would be a hive of inner-city living, working and dining.

A Christchurch Architectural Makeover: Duval renovates a Paul Pascoe House

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November 26, 2018

Emily and Dan Park had never heard of architect Paul Pascoe, ‘the father of New Zealand modernism’, before they bought their Sumner home, designed by Pascoe in 1957.

Christchurch Architects Creating for FESTA this Weekend

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October 17, 2018

Johanna Griffith from the Christchurch studio explores the future of food for FESTA, a biennial weekend celebration of urban creativity and community.

A New Auckland Architect in the Making: Sid Ohri

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October 8, 2018

Sid Ohri grew up in New Delhi but now calls Auckland home. Settled into the HMOA team in the Parnell studio, we asked him how he came to architecture … and to New Zealand.

Commercial Architecture: Restrengthening on Wellington's Golden Mile

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October 1, 2018

The loud, messy and complicated business of restrengthening a large, inner-city heritage building is underway in Wellington.

Best Architects: HMOA Wins Gold at Best Design Awards

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September 24, 2018

Two Herriot Melhuish O'Neill projects were honoured at the annual Best Design Awards in Auckland on the weekend.

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