16 September 2021
A warm welcome to our two new McKenzie Higham team members: Sam Low (L) and Caryl Ramos (R).
9 August 2021
Construction of Stage Two of McKenzie Higham Architects’ master plan for Amesbury School has begun! The addition of a new ‘central hub’ building housing nine highly-configurable learning spaces will allow the school to grow to accommodate an additional 200 students.
7 May 2021
We are delighted to have received a 2021 NZIA Wellington Architecture Award in the housing category for the Peka Peka Escape project. Congratulations to all the other NZIA Award winners – it is an honour to be recognised amongst such a talented cohort!
26 February 2021
Work is nearing completion on the McKenzie Higham Architects' redevelopment of Churton Park School. To unify the range of different existing and new building forms we introduced a fresh tessellated colour scheme, creating a visually coherent school environment.
23 December 2020
Te Aro School's new flexible-use learning studios are complete - students will begin 2021 in a fresh new space. The new block comprises two generous, flexible workspaces and a cheerful yellow 'project space' complete with kitchen.
28 October 2020
A dawn blessing by local iwi, Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko o Te Ika, of stage one of the McKenzie Higham Architects’ redevelopment of Northland School - Te Kura o Orangi Kaupapa took place last Friday.
7 October 2020
McKenzie Higham Architects is pleased to announce two promotions: Chris Evans has been appointed as a Senior Associate and Dipak Patel as an Associate.
23 July 2020
The McKenzie Higham Architects' redevelopment of Thorndon School – Te Kura o Pipitea has won the 2020 NZIA Wellington Architecture Award in the education category.
17 July 2020
A warm welcome to two new members of the McKenzie Higham team: Ekta Nathu (L) and Jesse Duncum (R).
20 December 2019
2019 has marked a significant milestone for McKenzie Higham Architects – 20 great years. We began in 1999 with 4 staff members and are now a team of twenty-five.
12 December 2019
McKenzie Higham Architects has designed a new block for Te Aro School offering quality flexible-use learning spaces.
1 November 2019
One of our founding Directors, Mark Higham has decided to step back from his role as Principal and Director.
23 September 2019
Kāpiti Performing Arts Centre, located at Kāpiti College, is taking shape and due for completion this summer.
18 September 2019
McKenzie Higham Architects are completing documentation for a new Peka Peka home which is all about the outdoor lifestyle.
30 August 2019
Students and staff at Plimmerton School are eagerly anticipating the completion of their new library, designed by McKenzie Higham Architects.
9 August 2019
We’re very pleased to welcome Mark Wilkinson (L) and Paul Hermann (R) to the McKenzie Higham team.
23 July 2019
Sadly last Friday saw us saying farewell to Matt Jeffery after 8 years with us. Best of luck with your future Matt!
13 March 2019
Work is underway on a new three level 50 apartment complex for BUPA Healthcare, as they expand their existing facilities at their Fergusson Drive site in Upper Hutt.
30 November 2018
McKenzie Higham Architects received a commendation at the 2018 Learning Environments New Zealand Awards for our work on a purpose-built Preschool at Queen Margaret College.
15 October 2018
We are pleased to welcome John MacDonald, Mike Cronin and Jacob Rhodes-Robinson, all ex-staff members of Bulleyment Fortune Architects, to the McKenzie Higham team.
1 November 2018
McKenzie Higham are delighted to have won the Resene 2018 Secondary Education Projects Award for our work at Wellington Girls’ College.
23 January 2018
We were delighted to see Queen Margaret College’s new boarding hostel, Queen Margaret House, open in January 2019.
22 April 2017
The Tawa memorial unveiled by Wellington Mayor Justin Lester and student leaders from Tawa College and Tawa Intermediate School on 22 April 2017.