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The view from our office window earlier in the week

by Administrator 17. May 2013 15:00

Bossley Architect's first lifemark accredited building

by Administrator 3. May 2013 15:35

The Pattison Pavilion in Hawkes Bay has received lifemark accreditation.

To find out more about lifemark visit their website here, and to see the pavilion for yourself visit John's house.

Another new project begins construction

by Administrator 30. April 2013 11:43

Construction is underway on a house in Cable Bay, in the far north.

Architecture Now! Houses. Vol 3

by Administrator 24. April 2013 11:16

Bossley Architect's Brown Vujcich house is featured in the recently released Architecture Now! Houses. Vol 3, edited by Philip Jodidio, and published by Taschen.

A Second Beach House at Omarino Underway

by Administrator 23. April 2013 11:52

Construction has begun on the Collie House in Omarino, at the Bay Of Islands

Pauanui Beach House

by Administrator 18. April 2013 14:38

A bach on the Pauanui Beachfront following our renovations completed at the end of 2011.

Waikato NZIA agm

by Administrator 16. April 2013 12:52

Pete is presenting at the agm of the Waikato NZIA this Friday, he'll be speaking on themes and obsessions in the work of Bossley Architects.

Bossley Architects team in Barfoot and Thompson Triathlon

by Administrator 8. April 2013 12:34

Bossley Architects had a team compete in the Barfoot and Thompson Triathlon over the weekend. They completed the sprint distance and came eleventh out of nineteen, a solid effort!

Here's the team after the race (Peter - runner, Fiona - cyclist, and Brad - swimmer)

Jackson Russell Photos

by Administrator 27. March 2013 09:01

We recently received more photos of the Jackson Russell Office fit out, which was completed at the end of 2011

John's House Pavilion

by Administrator 25. March 2013 11:43

John's House, beautiful holiday accommodation near Havelock North in the Hawkes Bay, is expanded by the addition of ‘The Pavilion'. The new building is located adjacent to the original unit, a two bedroom cottage designed by one of New Zealand’s leading architects, John Scott.  Pete Bossley was delighted to be asked to design a building to relate to the original Scott building. For more information take a look at their website here