Daniel Marshall Architect, New Zealand Studio, Photo, Building, NZ Design Office
Daniel Marshall Architect : Architecture Information
Contemporary Architecture Practice, Auckland, NZ
Daniel Marshall Architect – Latest Building
Lucerne Classic Car House, Auckland, New Zealand
photo : Emily Andrews / Ernie Shackles
Lucerne Classic Car House – 1 Nov 2012
Sited on the edge of the ancient crater that embraces Orakei Basin with extravagant views to inner Waitamata harbour and Auckland city. The brief was very specific, with garaging a number of classic cars a primary concern.
Daniel Marshall Architect – Key Projects
Major Designs, alphabetical:
Corinth St House, Meadowbank, Auckland, New Zealand
photo © Simon Devitt
New Zealand house
More projects by Daniel Marshall Architect online soon
Key Projects, alphabetical:
Church Bay House, Waiheke
Clifton, The “Mullet”, 23 Clifton Road, Herne Bay
Kakariki House, 17 Kakariki Avenue, Auckland
Orkney, Mt. Manganui
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Location:472 Karangahape Road, Auckland, NZ ‘
Daniel Marshall Architects – Practice Information
Daniel Marshall Architect studio based in Auckland, New Zealand
Daniel Marshall Architects (DMA) is an Auckland based practice who are passionate about designing high quality and award winning New Zealand architecture. Our work has been published in periodicals and books internationally as well as numerous digital publications.
Daniel leads a core team of four individually accomplished designers who skillfully collaborate to resolve architectural projects from their conception through to their occupation. DMA believe architecture is a ‘generalist’ profession which engages with all components of an architectural project; during conceptual design, documentation and construction phases. We pride ourselves on being able to holistically engage with a complex of architectural issues to arrive at a design solution equally appropriate to its context (site and surrounds) and the unique ways our clients prefer to live.
Whether or not an urban, coastal or countryside setting – the topography of a site, and the characteristics and subtleties of its surrounding context form key drivers in the resolution of architectural space and form. New Zealander’s value a strong connection with their environment and DMA projects strongly reflect this ideal. Environmental sustainability and intelligent use of local resources is becoming an increasingly important consideration that we encourage our clients to embrace.
Every client has specific requirements and preferences, but we believe there is a certain commonality in the way New Zealanders tend to live. This is reflected in the arrangement of open, private, indoor and outdoor spaces. The fundamental nature of domestic architecture is to provide shelter and refuge, however the approach to this is unique to each client. DMA works closely with clients to discuss their aspirations, work though a design and surpass their expectations.
Architecture is three dimensional. DMA responds to context and living through the organisation of space, sculpting of form and the materiality of that form. We engage in a rigorously three dimensional design process utilising all the traditional and technological tools at our disposal.
Selected DMA awards since 2007
2010 – Residential International Property Award, Best Architecture (Single Unit) – Church Bay House
2010 – Resene Colour Award – Orkney
2010 – NZIA Waikato/Bay of Plenty Branch Award – Orkney
2010 – Cavalier Bremworth Twist Design Challenge – Korora
2010 – AAA Cavalier Bremworth Awards – A Path to Dwell On
2010 – HOME of the Year Finalist – Korora
2010 – HOME of the Year Finalist – Waikopua
2008 – Timber Design Awards, Best Interior – Cinco Cine
2008 – NZIA Auckland Branch Award, Residential – Clifton
2007 – NZIA National Award – Corinth House
2007 – NZIA Auckland Branch Award, Residential – Omaha House
2007 – NZIA Auckland Branch Award – Belmont House
photo © Simon Devitt
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