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North by North West

Modern burger bar, San Francisco. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

February 17, 2017

Wellington director John Melhuish recently visited the North West Coast of the US, soaking up the impressive built environments of San Francisco and Portland, as well as the historic town of Astoria. He shares just a few of his favourite SF structures…

The view from our holiday

Gore Bay. Wellington architect, Auckland architect, Christchurch architect, Tauranga architect

January 27, 2017

Somewhat ironically considering our line of work, we at HMOA prefer to spend our time outdoors rather than in. We bike, we run, we swim, we surf, and when we holiday it’s generally in the outdoors, in remote places with no architecture to speak of.

Q&A with Duval O’Neill, Christchurch Architect

Duval QA blog 1. Christchurch architect

November 30, 2016

Duval is HMOA’s Christchurch-based director and the ‘O’ in HMOA. He’s been with the practice since 2001 and a director since 2007.

Architect Peddles People Power

RAD Nic blog - christchurch architect

November 25, 2016

Nic Sewell, NZIA Registered Architect, is based in our Christchurch studio. Father of Hunter (pictured with Nic below) and with another baby on the way, Nic also finds time to help out at RAD Bikes where he assists with ‘recycling a dunger’; getting people moving on their bikes. Nic has been working with Herriot, Melhuish, O’Neill since 2011, when he and wife Jess, also an architect, returned from overseas and a period of WWOOF-ing. They were eager to make a difference for post-quake Christchurch. Nic is certainly doing that, we asked him more…

HMOA’s award-winning house at Peka Peka Beach

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

November 16, 2016

A beach house unlike any other the almost-20 year old practice has designed before, to make your way onto this Peka Peka property you must first gently push your way past the native bush to get to the front door. The owners intentionally made it this way: you move, the native bush stays where it is.

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