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Warren and Mahoney

Revealing the alter ego at Dexus Place

Revealing the alter ego at Dexus Place

Warren and Mahoney has unlocked potential by dialling up the experiential at Dexus Place. As Indesign #86 hits doorsteps, Tamara White gives us a sneak peek into one of this issue’s headline projects.

News from the editor’s desk

News from the editor’s desk

Entries for the INDE.Awards close this Thursday, 31 March. Our Indesign editorial lead, Alice Blackwood, gives you the big deadlines and regales you with highlights of the past fortnight in design.

Designing for diversity: considered details can create big impacts

Designing for diversity: considered details can create big impacts

Daniel Thompson believes inclusive design has an exciting and important role to play in helping shape our built environment. Here’s how.

Whare Timu leads by example

Whare Timu leads by example

Warren and Mahoney principal, Whare Timu, is a man of our time, working to instigate cultural change and mindful that connection to people and place are the key to better design. Jan Henderson introduces us to this visionary designer and INDE.Awards juror.

“All urban planning projects must have a carbon neutral objective”

“All urban planning projects must have a carbon neutral objective”

As Warren & Mahoney marks 15 years of carbon neutral operations, it intends to steer its clients in the same direction. Principal architect, Simon Topliss, says all urban planning projects must now have a carbon neutral objective or risk being ‘out of date’ on completion.

Shop, but not. 5 fit-outs that recast retail

Shop, but not. 5 fit-outs that recast retail

Retail has become a hyper-dimensional experience. While a destination may draw you in for any number of reasons – social, educational, personal wellness – shopping remains the ultimate act.

Warren and Mahoney is leading the way in architecture and design

Warren and Mahoney is leading the way in architecture and design

More than doubling staff and creating avenues of influence in Australia, Warren and Mahoney is making its presence known as a dynamic architecture and design practice in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Reintegrating with the real world post lockdown

Reintegrating with the real world post lockdown

Warren and Mahoney interiors principal, Tamara White, says following the insular life of lockdown we must invest in real-world experiences to both reinvigorate ourselves and retain top talent.

Take a look at this year’s leading health sector project

Take a look at this year’s leading health sector project

The winner of The Wellness Space category in 2021 embodied all our desires for health and wellbeing in a detailed and beautifully resolved project.

Generation Alpha demands we make “audacious change”

Generation Alpha demands we make “audacious change”

Warren & Mahoney principal, Simon Topliss, outlines the architectural strategies required to educate the generation that understands they need to ‘be the change’.

Design industry kicks off FY21/22 with some major moves

Design industry kicks off FY21/22 with some major moves

The beginning of a new financial year has come along with numerous new appointments and promotions made by the likes of Architectus, DesignInc, Gray Puksand and more.

Retail pop-up makes the most of the Trans-Tasman bubble

Retail pop-up makes the most of the Trans-Tasman bubble

A unique Australian and New Zealand partnership has pulled off an innovative retail concept to demonstrate that affordable luxury is alive and thriving.

People front and centre

People front and centre

Moving into an agile environment is rarely a ‘turn-key’ experience for a client. For Mercury, two years of pilots and team input precipitated its ambitious shift to agile.

We’re on the move

We’re on the move

Change is always a constant, and these latest appointments, promotions, new office openings and names changes at BKA Architecture, Hames Sharley, Hayball, ClarkeHopkinsClarke and more, can attest to that.

Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct, from Warren and Mahoney

Wynyard Quarter Innovation Precinct, from Warren and Mahoney

Designed to super-charge co-working and collaboration, Auckland’s Innovation Precinct extends into building number three, a six-storey purpose-built environment.

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

“Innovative and awe-inducing” – Announcing INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist

The results are out! We’re excited to introduce you to your INDE.Awards 2019 Official Shortlist. Read on to find out which entries made the final cut.

Works like magic: The top workplace projects of 2018

Works like magic: The top workplace projects of 2018

Work is such a big part of life. And designers are constantly pushing forward with new agendas in the spaces we inhabit while at work. What workplace projects had you inspired throughout 2018? We count them down.

Warren and Mahoney on kicking trans-Tasman business goals

Warren and Mahoney on kicking trans-Tasman business goals

You can probably count on one hand, the number of firms that have exported design services from New Zealand into Australia. Firms like Warren and Mahoney, whose ‘one studio’ approach has made it possible to grow exponentially, while still running a tight, talent-rich team.

What makes Good Design?

What makes Good Design?

Last week saw hundreds of products across a wide range of categories awarded in the annual Good Design Awards. Here we highlight the projects and products that remain close to our heart – architecture, interiors and furniture.

Blade Runner-inspired workplace by Warren and Mahoney

Blade Runner-inspired workplace by Warren and Mahoney

With all this buzz around ‘human-focused’ design, architects and designers are having to think far more creatively around how to best integrate ‘responsiveness’ into workplaces – especially if your client is a rapid live news outlet.

TVNZ Television Centre

TVNZ Television Centre

With all this buzz around ‘human focused’ design, architects and designers are having to think far more creatively around how to best integrate ‘responsiveness’ into workplaces – especially if your client is a rapid live news outlet. For New Zealand firm Warren and Mahoney, the design of Television New Zealand’s new Auckland headquarters was driven by their interest in the ‘power of people’ and the translation of their collective behaviours into the built form.

Russell McVeagh Auckland by Warren and Mahoney

Russell McVeagh Auckland by Warren and Mahoney

The legal sector has traditionally adhered to a strict workplace hierarchy, with senior staff allotted a private office and entry-level employees assigned to the ‘open-plan’. Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the new head office for New Zealand law firm Russell McVeagh, challenges the antiquated workplace approach with a daring, material-rich agile strategy.