It is with sadness that we farewell Rewi Thompson, a celebrated New Zealand architect who passed away at the age of 62 over the weekend. A member of the Auckland Urban Design Panel alongside McConnell Property's Nigel Richards, Rewi is remembered as a passionate individual who embodied his work as focussing on land and people. He is responsible for some of the most boldest buildings in New Zealand.
Zaha Hadid was one of the world’s most inspirational architects of our time. It’s with sadness we hear of her passing but she has left a legacy of architectural design that will inspire many for generations to come.
Dame Zaha Hadid, the world-renowned architect, whose designs include the London Olympic aquatic centre, has died aged 65. The British designer, who was born in Iraq, had a heart attack on Thursday while in hospital in Miami, where she was being treated for bronchitis.
G.M. by day, but by night McConnell Property’s Nigel Richards is a Judge at “Construction Rocks” – the battle of the bands for NZ construction and property industry people.
Hosted by WSP PB NZ Ltd, this event at The Studio on K Road is a rollicking night out with funds raised going to the Westpac Helicopter Trust. Launched three years ago, this annual competition pits construction industry bands against each other to take out the top spot to win the coveted Construction Rocks Trophy.
We're excited to announce the first two homes at our Beaumont Park subdivision in Rolleston have been completed. There's been a lot of interest surrounding the new development, not only from homeowners, but from also from local media, who were quick to cover the story.
Over the past week or so, Beaumont Park has featured in:
Classic designs and open spaces were just some of the many great features mentioned in a recent article by Stuff.co.nz that covered our award-winning Addison development, featuring the homes on Bruce Pullman Drive.
As a part of their 'Designing Auckland' series, Stuff called the Addison development a great example of how “well-designed, higher density housing can create a successful edge to a reserve and street, while also creating sunny private open space for the residents.”