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Civic and Community 

Civic and Community
Human connection is at the heart of all community projects. We have seen enormous social change in response to the challenges of our time – resulting in greater social disconnect between people. Cultural facilities play a critical role in aiding a better shared understanding, increased empathy and stronger social connection; which leads to more resilient communities. We have extensive experience in the design and delivery of small to large-scale cultural and community projects throughout Australasia, and a strong reputation for successfully facilitating and managing complex briefs with demanding programmes and budgets. We take pride in co-designing with a wide range of stakeholders, partners and collaborators.
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Designing for social impact is the core unifying element that informs our Pacific Rim identity. It reflects our inclusive and holistic approach to design.

We bring deep experience to civic projects which provide the backbone for our communities and countries. We are immensely proud to have designed and delivered buildings that enhance our shared identities. From state-significant civic and justice precincts to national archival facilities, we bring the expertise, passion and proven capability to deliver these complex typologies that demand design and technical excellence.

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“When envisaging new projects today, we need to anticipate an uncertain future. They must meet society’s expectations for the next 50 years or more.”
Vajini Pannila
Principal
Auckland
Katherine Skipper
Executive Team, Principal
Wellington
Jonathan Coote
Head of Design, Principal
Christchurch
Rodney Sampson
Head of Design, Principal
Wellington
Peter Marshall
Principal
Christchurch
Megan Marks
Associate Principal
Melbourne
Michael Hawes
Principal
Auckland

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