Awards and Media
HB Architecture have been recognised for their ability to combine form and function, while maintaining a sympathy with the surrounding landscape and environment. Their award-winning designs and completed
projects use a variety of innovative materials to achieve visually dynamic results.
27.10.2016 – Waitangi Visitors Centre Reopens ‘New Zealand Herald’.
21.10.2016 – Te Kakano (The Seed) Of Whangarei’s Hundertwasser Art Centre Is Officially Open
‘The Northern Advocate’.
29.09.2016 – Waitangi Treaty Grounds Wins Tourism Award
01.07.2016 – Waitangi Museum Features In “Face Value Magazine”
20.06.2016 – Museum Of Waitangi Wins Merit Award
Property Council Awards 2016
20.05.2016 – Waitangi Wins Best Museum Project
‘New Zealand Herald’.
09.05.2016 – Waitangi Museum Features In “Interior Magazine”
‘Interior – Issue Nineteen’.
01.05.2016 – Waitangi Museum Features In “Architecture NZ Magazine”
‘Te Kongahu / Museum Of Waitangi’.
20.01.2016 – Waitangi Museum
Building Is Complete, Landscaping And Museum Fit Out Is Well Underway. Due To Be Opened Officially Feb 5th.
06.12.2015 – Northcross Church
Northcross Church Is Now Open To The Public And Held Its First Service On Sunday The 6th December.
21.11.2015 – Quarry Gardens Cafe
The Whangarei Quarry Gardens Visitors Centre Opened On The 7th November And ‘Quail Café’ Will Open On Saturday The 21st November.
04.05.2015 – Paramount Plaza
Tikipunga Paramount Plaza Retail Complex Is Now Open To The Public.
29.04.2015 – Knoll Ridge Cafe Best Designed Cafe In The World
Knoll Ridge Cafe Has Been Announced As The Best Designed Cafe In The World, As Determined By Leading London-Based Design Website Design Curial. Well-Executed Symbiosis Between A Stunning Location And Architectural Design Pushed Knoll Ridge Ahead Of The Other Contenders. London-Based Design Website Design Curial Considered 4000 Cafes From New York To Tokyo Before Landing On Mount Ruapehu Perched The Knoll Ridge Cafe.
28.04.2015 – Peninsula Golf Club
The Site Works At Peninsula Golf Club Are Well Underway
10.04.2015 – Waitangi Museum
Milestone Week For The Museum Of Waitangi Construction – Steel Framework Is Going Up And Bringing This Project To A Vertical Reality
13.03.2015 – Waitangi Museum Site Excavation Nearing Completion
675 Truck Loads Of Dirt Have Been Removed From Waitangi Museum With Site Excavation Almost Complete.
19.02.2015 – Northcross Church
The Auditorium Floor Will Be Going Down This Week At Northcross Community Church.
30.01.2015 – Waitangi Museum
Site Works Are Progressing At Waitangi Museum, The Retaining Wall Capping Beam Is Almost Complete.
New Zealand Architecture Awards, 2021 Auckland Architecture Award For “Te Rau Aroha Museum and Tahuaroa Function Centre”
New Zealand Architecture Awards, 2017 Auckland Architecture Award For “Waitangi Visitors Centre”
Face Value, Winter 2016. Fourth Edition P.21-23
Interior, June 2016 Issue 20
”The Museum Of Waitangi”
Architecture NZ, May/June 2016 P72-78
”Te Kongahu/Museum Of Waitangi”
SAVVY June 2015
”ON TOP Of The WORLD”
C3 Magazine No.359|1407 P.74-81
”Knoll Ridge Cafe”
Face Value, Winter 2014 P.08-09
Atlas Of World Architecture 2013 P.429
“Knoll Ridge Cafe” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
BeanScene Dec 2012 P.41-45
“Dressed To Impress” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
Architectural Digest Nov 2012 P.66
“TANZ AUF DEM VULKAN” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
Architecture NZ Issue 1.2012 P.78-83
“Knoll Ridge Cafe” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
Scope Issue 28, 2011 P.28-31
“Sustainable Steel In Ski Resort Construction” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
Scope Issue 27, 2011 P.8-9
“Waitangi Gateway” (Waitangi Gateway Building) Commercial Design
Trends Volume 2704, April 2011
“Cultural Journey” (Waitangi Gateway Building)
Building Today, June 2010 P.16-17
“Deceptively Complicated Building Actually Quite Easy To Build” (Knoll Ridge Cafe)
Building Today, July 2009 P.11
“Achieving New Heights” (Turoa Terminal)
Scope Issue 21, 2009 P.29-30
“Northland Cricket Spire Pavilion Whangarei” (Cobham Oval)
Building Today, September 2008 P.12-13
“High Noon Turoa” (Turoa Terminal)
NZ House & Garden Issue 166, June 2008 P.76-82
“In The Neighbourhood” (Whaley House)