The kudos just keep coming as S&T’s Lighting Design team received another Award of Excellence at the annual IESANZ Lighting Awards.
Planning the future of Auckland means taking a step back and having a hard think about what its inhabitants need. S&T did just that with Property Council New Zealand and their event Future Cities: Placemaking in Auckland held this past Thursday.
S&T is proud to announce new appointments of Associate Principals and Associates lending strength to our company’s core and breadth to our experience. Click on to read more!
S&T continues its alliance with the NZGBC in a bid to encourage the construction of healthy environments with the help of their Green Star rating tool.
As we celebrate our 60th year in New Zealand, S&T are joining the Bay of Plenty community. Our Principal Architect, Paul Raven, is making a life style change and S&T’s venture comes on the heels of his move to the region he has loved for so long. With our new branch in Taupo, S&T is looking forward to being a part of the growing locale and contributing to the existing landscape.
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Stephenson & Turner is pleased to announce the appointment of Mona Aziz and Tony Sanderson as our newest Principals in 2016. Richard George also joins the S&T team as Acting Principal, bolstering our energy and drive in the coming year.
There are a couple first-time Trail Walkers participating in this year’s Oxfam Trailwalk, and we’re proud to announce they’re none other than our very own Architectural Graduates, Byron Peard and Jessica Mount.
S&T’s Wellington studio are excited to be a part of Wellington’s second instalment of PARK(ing) Day organised by Wellington Sculpture Trust, in association with Wellington City Council. By utilising temporary public open spaces artists, architects, students and other Wellingtonians will have the opportunity to engage with the sites enlisted throughout the central city on Wednesday 9 March.
S&T sent Certified Passive House Designer Cyril Vibert to the 2016 Southern Hemisphere Passive House Conference held at the University of Melbourne. He tells us why Passive House represents the future of the industry, and what he learnt from attending the four day conference.
Murray Robertson, Delisa Lovie, Patricia Han
Designing a learning environment for today, tomorrow, and generations to come…
The greatest sports facilities come out of empathetic partnerships between design consultants and communities. We work with clubs, venue operators, councils, and developers to plan, build and strengthen sports facilities to be used for events, competitions, and venues. Our team are driven, collaborative, and precise in our execution - applying the same qualities a great sports team do.
S&T’s talented Lighting Engineers have once again been recognised by the IES the Lighting Society for their work on the 45 Queen Street Podium Redevelopment Façade. Designed by Ignite Architects and lit-up by Stephenson & Turner Lighting, the 45 Queen Street project team took out the following awards at the recently held IESANZ NZ Chapter Awards Gala Dinner
After years of radio silence, Wellington Architecture Week was brought back to life to celebrate the local built environment. A week of free and accessible events including talks, exhibitions and walking tours that warranted an opportunity for the wider public to engage with architectural professionals.
Stephenson&Turner’s integrated team of architects and engineers strive to design with a sustainable mindset, focusing on minimising a building’s environmental impact while maximising its performance and occupant comfort.
The Civic Administration Building has long polarised public opinion. Once the tallest building in Auckland, it also boasted one of the first steel framed structures to grace the city’s skyline. Some would argue the building is worthy of its soon-to-be heritage status - Others would take great exception to the word ‘grace’ being used to describe what they see as an eyesore with little relationship or consideration to the surrounding urban environment.
Mind Lab in conjunction with CEFPI and Makers of Architecture recently hosted an event on Contemporary Technology in Education.
The incredible Wellington Lux light festival is on! Michael Warwick and Pontus Hammarbäck from S&T Lighting are exhibiting ‘Light Blades’ an interactive display at the entrance to Opera House Lane from Manners Street.