Andrew Patterson

Architect, Person

1960 –


Who is Andrew Patterson?

Andrew Patterson is a New Zealand Architect and director of Patterson Associates, based in Auckland, New Zealand. In 2011 Patterson Associates, was one of the first five international firms to be named by World Architecture News in their 21 for 21 program recognising firms which are ‘’shaping the future of architecture in the 21 century’’. His work is known for its use of patterns from both the natural environment and indigenous culture in order to create buildings with a sense of belonging.

This philosophy is illustrated in his work in sustainable architecture. The Geyser building, in Auckland is the recipient of New Zealand’s only 6 Green Star. Other notable building projects include the Michael Hill Golf Clubhouse in Queenstown. and the Mai Mai House Patterson won the supreme award at NZ’s 2013 Interior Awards for the New Zealand pavilion at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Recently he has been engaged to design the Len Lye centre in New Plymouth

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Jan 1, 1960
  • New Zealand

on July 23, 2013


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