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Award-winning designer joins Warren and Mahoney

Thursday 27 September 2012, 12:23PM
By Hot Wire PR
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National architecture firm Warren and Mahoney has appointed Alistair Luke as a Principal in its Wellington studio. Luke joins Warren and Mahoney following 10 years as a Principal at Jasmax and an award-winning 25-year career.

Warren and Mahoney Managing Director Peter Marshall says the firm is delighted to have secured such a well-recognised leader in design and project delivery.

“Alistair’s considerable talent and experience in design, client interface and team management, particularly for complex projects, will provide further strength in our Wellington studio and in our wider practice. Alistair’s specific expertise in cultural and civic centre projects will be particularly beneficial to our work on the rebuilding of Christchurch, and we have no doubt he will play an important part in our contribution to the rebuild,” says Marshall.

“Warren and Mahoney is an iconic New Zealand practise with a long track record in designing many of the country’s outstanding buildings. I’m really looking forward to contributing to the team and adding to that legacy,” Luke says.

Luke has worked with architecture firms Bossley Cheshire and Craig Craig Moller, in addition to his time with Jasmax. He has also worked in Austria and ran his own practice in Wellington for four years.

His recent achievements include:
·        2012 – Finalist, Home of the Year for Ohariu Valley House, Wellington
·        2010 - NZIA Local Award for Zealandia Visitor Centre, Wellington
·        2010 - NZIA Local Award for Alan MacDiarmid Building, Victoria University of Wellington
·        2008 - NZIA New Zealand Award, Wellington Zoo Amphitheatre
·        2008 - NZ Architecture, Architect of the Year

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About Warren and Mahoney
Warren and Mahoney is an insight led multidisciplinary architectural practice with four locations functioning as a single office. Our clients and projects span New Zealand, Australia, and the Pacific Rim. The practice has 125 people, comprising of specialists working across the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design, Masterplanning, Urban Design and Sustainable Design. We draw from the wider group for skills and experience on every project, regardless of the location. For more please visit www.warrenandmahoney.com