Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Rowell as Associate. Tony has worked across the industry spectrum with a portfolio including residential, high-end residential, as well as public, civic and commercial buildings.
Latest: Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Rowell as Associate. "From our first meeting with Tony, it was clear that his passion and energy would be an ideal fit for our growing residential team." - Michael Bilsborough, Ignite Director
Jason Marriott, RAIA MAICD, Director of the Sydney Ignite practice shares key new directions in aged care facilities from the Property Council of Australia's 'National Retirement Living Summit' that he took part in last week in Queensland.
Growing from a small, new office set up in Auckland by Brisbane-based firm Anderson Street Architects back in 1987, Ignite is now celebrating 30 years in the design business. Through the early struggles of the ’87 sharemarket crash, and highs of planning Auckland’s Viaduct Basin for the 1995 America’s Cup, one thing has not changed: creating good design which stands the test of time.
Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Jamie Irvine as Associate. Based in the practice’s Christchurch studio, Jamie has over 10 years local and international experience working predominantly on super prime and multi-unit residential, commercial and mixed-use projects.
Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Stirling Burrows as Associate. Stirling brings to the role over two decade’s worth of experience across the sectors of residential, commercial and civic design.
Benje Feehan, Director in our Auckland studio, gets ready for his panel at the Festival of Architecture in Tauranga, saying "We need to acknowledge the fact that change is needed and coming and how to make it in a thoughtful way will strengthen the identity of Tauranga."
Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Phaedra Applin as Associate Director. Phaedra is an architect and interior designer with more than 20 years’ experience in Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
Construction of a $40 million five-star hotel, office and retail development - the first new build mixed use project since the Christchurch rebuild started - was celebrated today with the Prime Minister Bill English unveiling the foundation stone.
Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Milti Stefadouros as an Associate. Milti is a flexible, multi-disciplined architect who has worked on large-scale projects in New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates and Australia.
Ignite is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Whittaker as Associate Director. Gary has worked with some of Australasia’s biggest retail brands, and will add considerable strength to the practice’s specialist retail division.
Ignite Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of Isaac Bright as Associate. Based in Ignite’s Tauranga office, Isaac will bring a depth of experience across a range of industry sectors including education, retail, commercial, hospitality, aged care and industrial design.
Ignite Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Wyatt as Associate Director. An internal promotion, the new role recognises his successful leadership of the company’s Christchurch office over the past three years.
Ignite has long valued the many, and varied, architectural opportunities available in the Wellington region. It is therefore fitting that the practice has formally commenced its new operations in the capital.
Ignite Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of five new Associates, based in their Auckland and Christchurch offices. Nicole Delahunty, Andy Staples, Stephen Parkes and Jason King are all internal promotions, while Mlela Matandara-Clarke is a new recruitment.
Ignite Architects is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Associate Directors – Scott Inverarity, Michael Boyce and Marcel Veth. Based in the Auckland office, each is an internal promotion in recognition of ongoing excellence and contribution to the company’s continued achievements.
It's not every day that a Belgian development company responsible for luxury projects in Europe decides to build an apartment block in New Zealand. Brussels-based firm Eaglestone has, however, chosen Auckland as the first location outside Europe for a development project after one of its executives came here on holiday and fell in love with the city.