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Christchurch Architects Creating for FESTA this Weekend

17 October 2018

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

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A New Auckland Architect in the Making: Sid Ohri

8 October 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.

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Commercial Architecture: Restrengthening on Wellington's Golden Mile

1 October 2018

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

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Best Architects: HMOA Wins Gold at Best Design Awards

24 September 2018

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

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Becoming an Architect. The Road to Registration: Amber Gray

22 August 2018

In a country founded on low-cost DIY, would you encourage your son or daughter to train to be an architect? We asked Amber Gray why she’s doing just that.

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New Social Housing Underway in Wellington

13 August 2018

Work is now well underway on a new Housing New Zealand project that's been in development since 2014.

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Work in Progress: Interior Architecture for Trade Me Wellington and Christchurch

29 June 2018

It's been five years since we completed the interior fit-out for Trade Me Wellington, time to refresh it for the changing times! Meanwhile on the mainland, work has just begun on the new Trade Me office in Christchurch located in the ANZ Centre.

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School Work: St Bede's College

18 June 2018

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

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When Duval met Don. Rebuilding after the earthquake.

25 May 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.

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New architect in Tauranga: HMOA in the Bay of Plenty

8 May 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.

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Meet Matt, Our top Architect in Auckland

30 April 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!

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Gender Diversity in Architecture and Engineering

13 April 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. 

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