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.
28. January 2014 12:06
Bossley Architect's Voyager Maritime Museum extension has been featured in the recently released 'Museum Design' by Sendpoints Publishing, China.
To read as a pdf click here, Museum Design.pdf (2.33 mb)
16. December 2013 16:53
Our latest project in the Bay of Islands has only a few small touches left before it's complete.
20. November 2013 10:53
We have had the pleasure of welcoming two new staff to our team over the past few weeks.
Lynley Millar has joined us as a Project Architect, and Weian Chen as an Architectural Technician.
14. November 2013 09:29
Our most recent project on Riddell Road is almost finished, and it is looking just great.
7. November 2013 16:22
In September Bossley Architects were engaged to write design guidelines for Ngati Whatua for the development of the precinct on the peninsula around Kupe street, Orakei. Bossleys are also developing a masterplan for the area in conjunction with Boffa Miskell.
1. November 2013 15:20
We would like to inform you of some very exciting news: Andrea Bell, our long-time collaborator and Senior Associate, is leaving us to set up her own practice.
Andrea has been with our practice for 17 years and has contributed greatly to many of our best known houses, including the Colin McCahon Artist's Residence, Okitu House, Omaha Beach, Glendowie House, Forman House, Brown Vujcich and many others. Her most recent project, a house in Riddell Road, is just approaching completition, and is going to be a very beautiful house indeed.
Many of these projects have won awards, including NZIA awards, Home of the Year finalist or Masterbuilders Awards, which attests to Andrea's finesse and commitment to design and detail.
Andrea is setting up in practice as Bell + Co. We are very supportive of this and are sure we will continue to work together on projects in the future. Andrea will stay involved with some of our projects, and it is likely we will joint venture on others.
Although we are sad to see her go, we wish her well and are sure all our clients who have benefited from Andrea's commitment and contributions will be pleased to see her creating her own practice.
17. October 2013 09:20
We were delighted that Arruba, the tiny holiday 'bach' at Orua Bay on the Manukau Harbour, has won two NZ Institute of Architects 2013 Auckland Awards: one Small Projects and a Resene Colour Award.
14. October 2013 15:42
Our latest project up at Omarino is beginning to take shape.