Khartoum Place

Brewer Davidson won a design competition organized by Auckland City Council. The winning entry was redesigned with Council’s decision to retain the Suffragette Memorial, but the key components of the design remained intact. The design opens up the space by removing a lot of  clutter while increasing the public amenity with new seating. The lower Lorne Street level was completed in 2007. A new staircase was added in the upper level to improve visibility to the Art Gallery and the upper level was completed in 2014.

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OUR PEOPLE

We all worked in large architectural firms earlier in our careers.

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AWARDS

At Brewer Davidson we have been recipients of many awards since 1995.

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SUSTAINABILITY

Brewer Davidson has an industry leading level of experience in sustainable design and consulting.

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