I am an architect committed to working closely with individual clients, developing designs that enhance the quality of their lives, that respect the community they are a part of, and that engage positively with the local environment. I also believe that dialogue with the past and with architectural culture is essential when producing buildings that have meaning as well as purpose.
I have been in Christchurch since early 2013 working on a wide range of commercial, healthcare, multi-housing and residential projects. In August 2014 I was appointed the inaugural Architect in Residence at the College of Engineering, University Of Canterbury, which enabled me to re-establish the architectural studio I ran in Wellington. I am engaged in projects not only in Christchurch but throughout New Zealand.
I have led New Work Studio / Tim Nees Architects for more than twenty years now. Over that time, my practice was awarded twenty NZIA Architecture Awards, included the coveted National Award for Excellence in Architecture.
With an ongoing interest in the visual arts, I was also a partner in one of Wellington’s highly-regarded contemporary art galleries, running it as a complementary business to my architecture. I maintain strong connections with the arts community. I believe my continual exposure to fine arts practice has contributed positively to my own creative practice.
I prefer working in an open studio environment. My architecture practice has always emphasized the value of collaboration, with clients an integral element in that collaboration. Central to my philosophy of ‘thinking space, loving architecture’, great design happens when there are many minds at work around the table.
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