I believe that architects have a responsibility of kaitiaki or guardianship of the way buildings both public and private interact with the community.
Craig has over a decade of experience working in commercial and multi-residential projects.
For almost 11 years prior to joining TOA, Craig worked at Klein Architects where he specialised in all aspects of medical architecture. This has given him experience in complex projects from master planning through to concept design, all the way through to documentation and construction.
He believes that the architects' resonsibility is achieved through meaningful engagement with your staff, future users, clients, iwi, stakeholders and grounded within the community through the principles of "co-design".
Craig also has a passion for new and innovative building technologies including prefabrication. His keen interest in cross laminated timber has been translated in it being used extensively in the design of his own house being built in Grey Lynn later this year.
- 2005 Bachelor of Architecture, University of Auckland
- 2003 Bachelors of Architectural Studies, University of Auckland
- NZ Health Design Council Member
- PREFAB New Zealand Member