Month List

Plant and Food Video

by Administrator 4. August 2014 11:50

At Plant and Food Research our design will transform an existing service riser and dark corridor into a new communal stair and series of light-filled meeting hubs.

Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom

by Administrator 28. July 2014 14:13

On the 17 July Pete Bossley and Peter Sisam presented the Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom museum and library project to the public in Foxton. A great turnout of around 100 people responded with positive support for the project.

St Heliers House

by Administrator 21. July 2014 09:58

The renovations of an 80's Bossley House in St Heliers is now complete, and looking great.

Plant & Food Research

by Administrator 15. July 2014 11:54

The exciting modifications to the Hamilton building at Plant & Food Research's Mt Albert campus are proceeding well, and detailed design is underway.

Eye Clinic underway for Honiara

by Administrator 1. July 2014 16:41

Our senior associate Peter Sisam recently visited Honiara where construction will be beginning shortly on a new Regional Eye Clinic which is the result of a collaboration between the New Zealand Government, The Fred Hollows Foundation (NZ) and the Solomon Islands Government. The clinic and health centre focuses on sustainable design, being completely off-grid with respect to power, water and wastewaster. The project once operational will treat up to 11,000 people a year for various eye conditions.


The ground breaking ceremony....


See an in depth article on the Fred Hollows website here

News coverage by the Solomon Star here

Window Association of New Zealand Design Flair Awards

by Administrator 25. June 2014 09:27

Bossley Architect's project Arruba is the national winner for the residential $15,000 - $50,000 catetgory at this years Window Association of New Zealand's annual awards, for the windows developed with Intext Architectural Systems.

The Judges commented;

"For a small project in a tough coastal environment, this definetly has the "wow" factor. With colour changes, canted windows with louvres, skewed roof lights being double glazed units with cranked knee joints, this obviously set some challenges for the manufacturer. Clearly close liason between the key players, the use of shop drawings and custom detailing and flashing was crucial to the success of this vibrant bach."

NZ at the Venice Architecture Biennale

by Administrator 16. June 2014 14:57

Mir and Pete attended the 2014 Architectural Biennale in Venice, where NZ is represented for the first time. One of Bossley Architects' projects, the Island Complex is featured in the 6 month long exhibition. At the launch guests were led in to the Palazzo exhibition space in traditional Maori fashion. The exhibition has been well received and attended. It was voted amongst the top 25 (out of around 90) by Wallpaper, and will be wonderful exposure for NZ Architecture and the country in general.


by Administrator 13. June 2014 10:33

In the current publication of Block - A newsletter by the Auckland NZIA, there's an insightful article about the Pavilion we designed and John Scott's House in Havelock North written by Pip Cheshire.

You can read the entire article here, Block 05-2014.pdf (1.41 mb)

Fold House in the Bay of Islands

by Administrator 10. June 2014 10:34

This large holiday house at Omarino was completed recently, and has been photographed by Simon Devitt, here's a couple of the shots.

Cable Bay Mosaics

by Administrator 6. June 2014 14:49

Some beautiful mosaic walls designed by Miriam van Wezel have been completed at the Cable Bay house.