AWARDS

- Navy Museum, Devonport, Auckland in association with HMA and Opus      
- NZIA Local Award Interior Architecture, 2011.

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Newmarket Railway Station, Auckland in association with HMA and Opus

- NZIA NZ Award Urban Design, 2011

- NZIA Local Award Public Architecture, 2010


Victoria University Rec Centre, Wellington in association with HMA

- NZIA Branch Award, 2006


Croxley Mills Apartments, Wellington when at Custance Associates

-NZIA Branch Award, 2003


Pegden House, Levin when at Custance Associates

Finalist in the Home Of The Year Awards 2001

- NZIA Branch Award, 2001


WWC Pedestrian Shelters, Wellington when at Custance Associates

- NZIA Regional Award, 2001
60 Willis St Apartments, Wellington when at Custance Associates

- NZIA Branch Award, 2001


Wellington Public Library/Civic Square when at Athfield Architects

- NZIA National and Branch Awards, 1992

BACKGROUND

Ken Davis Architects is an Auckland based,  award winning and multi-disciplinary architectural studio which was founded by director Ken Davis in 2001.

Ken is a registered architect with extensive experience in urban design, architecture, commercial interior design and product /street furniture design in Melbourne, Wellington and Auckland.

He has worked, principally in the private sector, with a diverse range of clients from property developers, property investors and property managers, government departments, city councils and large private sector institutions and has developed a range of skills and experience in the areas of strategic and conceptual design, client liaison, project coordination and management and communication and design management.

In addition Ken undertakes a range of residential projects from small alterations to new housing.

Ken is experienced in managing large teams of in-house and external building professional in a variety of complex award winning projects including railway stations, museums and libraries, office fitouts and multi-level housing developments.

Ken was President of Wellington's Architecture Centre from 1991-1993 and is a Visiting Lecturer at the Victoria University School of Architecture. From 2004-07 Ken was a member of the Wellington City Council Waterfront Development Subcommittee overseeing the development of Wellington's urban waterfront.

Ken Davis Architects have worked in collaboration with a range of architectural practices on larger projects, including Herriot + Melhuish; Architecture (HMA), Opus International Consultants and Mitchell Stout Architects