1. April 2014 12:31
Simon Devitt recently came up to our completed project in Langs Beach to take some wonderful photos.
28. March 2014 11:24
We are delighted to announce that Bossley Architects in conjunction with Aurecon and Isthmus have been selected as designers for the new footbridge to link Onehunga and Mangere Bridge village.
25. March 2014 11:20
A house is beginning to emerge from this construction up North.
18. March 2014 15:50
We are delighted that the Fred Hollows eye clinic we designed in late 2012 for construction throughout the Pacific Islands has received funding and is about to go ahead in Honiara, construction is planned to begin mid year.
10. March 2014 09:10
The three wings of this holiday home at Omarino are taking shape nicely.
3. March 2014 15:46
Pete Bossley recently gave a talk entitled ‘Ideas, Themes and Obsessions’ at the Suter Gallery in Nelson. Pete outlined to a full house the major themes that have continued through his work over 30 years, and outlined the many ideas which have generated the exciting architecture the practice has produced. To see a video of this talk click here.
24. February 2014 15:10
A new spiral stair was recently installed as part of renovations to a house designed by Pete Bossley in the 80's.
18. February 2014 12:28
The team preparing New Zealand's submission for the 2014 Venice Biennale presented the upcoming exhibition recently, and we are delighted that our 'Island Complex' from 1997 has been included as making a significant contribution to the development of New Zealand Modernism. To learn more about New Zealand's exhibition at this year's Venice Biennale click here.
14. February 2014 15:30
Bossley Architect's Arruba Bach in Waiuku is today's project of the day on Architizer, one of the largest sharing platforms for architecture and design online. Take a look at the article here!
13. February 2014 12:17
Bossley Architect's Okitu house has been featured in the Polish magazine Swiat Rezydencji (World Residences), they have called it szklana forteca which translates to glass fortress.