Pakuranga College Construction


Construction of the new two-storey classroom block for Pakuranga College is well underway and progressing smoothly. 

Initial structure above. First floor construction below.


Pakuranga College Construction II

Hinaki Street


We are excited to announce our newest project in partnership with NZ Living – Hinaki Street. This multiblock, residential apartment complex has 75 new homes and is located in Point England as part of the Glen Innes, Tāmaki Regeneration and combines the suburban home with inner city living.


Project completion is targeted for December 2021 and sales are scheduled to start as early as October 2020. For more information head to Living @ Hinaki



Render by One to One Hundred Renders.

Ormiston Medical Centre


The Orminston Medical Centre project team were hard at work during Auckland's level 3 lockdown. Brewer Davidson continued their site visits and got this great shot during site inspections prior to practical completion.

The site has been developed by Todd Property Ormiston Town Centre Limited and is expected to be complete by later this year.

Northcote Apartments Site Visit

Last week the Brewer Davidson office traveled to the newly completed Northcote Apartments for a guided tour by the design team and were joined by Shane Brealey of NZ Living. We are all exited to see this project go from design concept to built, with couples, first home buyers, and young families busy moving in.

Site Visit


The site visit took place prior to the new lock down restrictions and we hope to be back in the office soon.

Stay home. Stay safe. Stay strong New Zealand.

Powhiri at Northcote



A Powhiri was held on the crisp and clear dawn to bless the Fraser Ave apartment blocks and unveil the sculptures which adorn the site on Tuesday the 4th of August. Ngati Paoa, the local Mana Whenua, gave a Powhiri for all the local community who wished to attend and have a first look at the newly completed exterior of the apartment design. Representatives from NZ Living and Brewer Davidson’s team came to witness the opening and celebrate the construction.

The site is a 102-apartment project for NZ Living, spearheaded by Shane Brealey as part of an ongoing series of projects with Brewer Davidson Architects. The apartments are high quality, three-storey walk-ups which create affordable homes that integrate to the community. The site is broken into five smaller blocks which allow for sun and green spaces within the development while still maintaining resident’s privacy. These spaces provide opportunity for neighbors to meet and socialize and create a community within the development. Brick fins enclose private balcony spaces for homeowners as well as creating a visually strong and active street presence.

Sculptures were designed and created by Anton Forde, a local artist who specializes in works which celebrate the connections between land, nature, and culture. He has worked with Brewer Davidson and NZ Living on a number of projects where his sculptures remind residents of New Zealand’s rich heritage and natural beauty.


An online article has been published by OneRoof regarding the rise in demand for walk-up apartments. You can check out the full article here


Northcote Apartments featured on One News

Check out the link here

Best of 2018 URBIS

Grab yourself the latest best of 2018 – URBIS Magazine – Issue 107

Betty Chung from our office, talks about the balance of her two careers.

“it requires a lot of dedication to be able to do what is effectively two full-time jobs” but… “I love them both equally and when you love what you do, it doesn’t feel hard”


Artworks at Mason Square

Here is a shot of the outdoor sculptures at Mason Square in Otahuhu by Anton Forde.

You can see more of this work here

340 Onehunga News Report

TVNZ News ran an item stating that the studio at 340 Onehunga had to be redesigned as they were too small.

To be clear, the 'redesign' is the result of bank lending guidelines not Unitary Plan rules. Ironically we asked the banks about this some time ago and we were told the 1 bed apartments had to be 50sqm, no word about studio sizes. All fixed with an adjustment of the stair lobby wall. Being the first Kiwibuild apartments had to have some bank lending issues.

Link to the original article here.




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