22. January 2013 11:25
The studio at Pete's Orua Bay Bach was completed just in time for summer, here are some recent photos.
20. December 2012 11:57
'Big House Small House - New Homes by New Zealand Architects' the recently released book by Random House publishing, features Bossley Architect's Brown Vujcich House, with an excerpt by Tony Van Raat.
17. December 2012 09:45
This stunning image of the Kopua Footbridge in Raglan was taken by Stuart Mackenzie.
To see more of Stuarts work visit his website here
12. December 2012 10:43
The Maculloch House, on Rakino Island has been named as one of Trends magazines top 30 New Homes
To view pictures of the house, please visit the trends website here
10. December 2012 16:41
Pete Bossley has become an ambassador for lifemark. Lifemark is an independent seal of approval awarded to homes that have been designed and built to achieve specific quality design standards which make them easy and safe to live in – for a lifetime. With a focus on providing housing for our ageing population, addressing accessibility and adaptability issues.
To learn more about lifemark visit their website here
6. December 2012 10:35
This year's Art in the Dark, at Western Park featured Brad Balle's work 'Light Keepers' in which he constructed fittings for the street lamps out of unused road signs, so as to dampen and redirect the light, and create a point of interest.
Bossley Architects also sponsored a stunning light show which was projected on to the walls of Ponsonby Road for the duration of Art in the Dark.
To see more images of Art in the Dark click here
6. December 2012 10:32
Sammy Ho has completed his thesis this year, and has now joined the team full time.
1. December 2012 15:00
The new South Waikato Sports and Events Centre opened to an enthusiastic response from the Tokoroa Community on Saturday. Built as a design-build by Argon Construction, designed by Bossley Architects, the 3500sqm facility incorporates a 2-netball court arena, smaller hall for gym sports, 300 person functions space, changing rooms and administration. The complex was designed to a very tight budget and completed more than a month ahead of schedule. It is already heavily booked well into the future. In his Opening speech His Worship the Mayor, Neil Sinclair congratulated the team on the vision of the design, economic efficiency and speed of construction.
27. November 2012 14:33
The new book by Images Publishing has Bossley Architects's Okitu House on the front cover.
19. November 2012 10:03
The newly released 'Converted Houses: New Zealand Architecture Recycled' By Lucinda Diack features the Kelmarna Chapel.