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London based architectural critic and author Herbert Ypma describes Andrew Patterson as “the virtuosi of New Zealand Architecture.” At age 28 he received his first National Award for Architecture, and represented New Zealand in The New breed Architectural Exhibition in Sydney. Since then, his Auckland based firm has gone on to become one of the most respected architectural practices in Australasia. Andrew’s practice, Patterson Associates were named by the world’s most searched architectural journal; World Architecture News as one of 21 firms “whose directional ideas are helping to shape the future of [world] architecture”. Christchurch Botanic Gardens and the new Len Lye Contemporary Art Museum in New Plymouth are two of Pattersons latest exciting buildings.
Architect Andrew Patterson and electrical engineer Mark Kessner talk about designing the Len Lye Contemporary Art Museum in New Plymouth, New Zealand’s only dedicated single-artist gallery. Hear Andrew and Mark discuss the technical, construction, aesthetic, and civic demands of the project, including the challenges of incorporating energy efficiency, technological complexity, and
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