Arc Atelier

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  • Concept design and planning
  • Interior design
  • Office fit out design
  • Production information
  • Contract administration

Halliday Ryan, Director

NZCAD, NZDArchTech. LBP No. BP135025, Design 2

Halliday completed studies in Architectural Technology in 1998 in Dunedin.

Following this, he worked for a number of award-winning architectural practices including Edwin Elliot and renowned architect John Blair, both in Queenstown.

In 2007 Halliday relocated to Dublin and began work for Hennessey Doyle Architects developing knowledge on high-end residential projects.     

In 2009 Halliday Ryan joined Jamie Falla Architecture (JFA) in Guernsey, Channel Islands. JFA is an award-winning practice and has received widespread international accolades with a number of published works. The practice specialises in high end residential and also undertake multi-residential and commercial projects. Projects have received Royal Institute British Architects and local design awards and been printed in various publications including the New York Times, Houzz, Archello, Homeli and Contemporist.

During 2012 and 2013 Halliday worked with Jamie Falla on Horizons - a private residence which won a Guernsey Design Award - best renovation/extension in 2016. In 2014, following five years in the Guernsey studio, Halliday returned to New Zealand opening up his own practice Arc Atelier Ltd. The practice provides continued support and consultation to JFA while also undertaking local work throughout New Zealand, predominantly in Dunedin and Central Otago. In 2018 Arc Atelier completed the fit-out design of Solomons Law, in Solomons House, Dunedin and continues to work on a wide range of projects in New Zealand, Guernsey, Jersey and the United Kingdom.

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Arc Atelier

Arc Atelier

Services
  • Concept design and planning
  • Interior design
  • Office fit out design
  • Production information
  • Contract administration

Halliday Ryan, Director

NZCAD, NZDArchTech. LBP No. BP135025, Design 2

Halliday completed studies in Architectural Technology in 1998 in Dunedin.

Following this, he worked for a number of award-winning architectural practices including Edwin Elliot and renowned architect John Blair, both in Queenstown.

In 2007 Halliday relocated to Dublin and began work for Hennessey Doyle Architects developing knowledge on high-end residential projects.     

In 2009 Halliday Ryan joined Jamie Falla Architecture (JFA) in Guernsey, Channel Islands. JFA is an award-winning practice and has received widespread international accolades with a number of published works. The practice specialises in high end residential and also undertake multi-residential and commercial projects. Projects have received Royal Institute British Architects and local design awards and been printed in various publications including the New York Times, Houzz, Archello, Homeli and Contemporist.

During 2012 and 2013 Halliday worked with Jamie Falla on Horizons - a private residence which won a Guernsey Design Award - best renovation/extension in 2016. In 2014, following five years in the Guernsey studio, Halliday returned to New Zealand opening up his own practice Arc Atelier Ltd. The practice provides continued support and consultation to JFA while also undertaking local work throughout New Zealand, predominantly in Dunedin and Central Otago. In 2018 Arc Atelier completed the fit-out design of Solomons Law, in Solomons House, Dunedin and continues to work on a wide range of projects in New Zealand, Guernsey, Jersey and the United Kingdom.

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Arc Atelier

Arc Atelier

Services
  • Concept design and planning
  • Interior design
  • Office fit out design
  • Production information
  • Contract administration

Halliday Ryan, Director

NZCAD, NZDArchTech. LBP No. BP135025, Design 2

Halliday completed studies in Architectural Technology in 1998 in Dunedin.

Following this, he worked for a number of award-winning architectural practices including Edwin Elliot and renowned architect John Blair, both in Queenstown.

In 2007 Halliday relocated to Dublin and began work for Hennessey Doyle Architects developing knowledge on high-end residential projects.     

In 2009 Halliday Ryan joined Jamie Falla Architecture (JFA) in Guernsey, Channel Islands. JFA is an award-winning practice and has received widespread international accolades with a number of published works. The practice specialises in high end residential and also undertake multi-residential and commercial projects. Projects have received Royal Institute British Architects and local design awards and been printed in various publications including the New York Times, Houzz, Archello, Homeli and Contemporist.

During 2012 and 2013 Halliday worked with Jamie Falla on Horizons - a private residence which won a Guernsey Design Award - best renovation/extension in 2016. In 2014, following five years in the Guernsey studio, Halliday returned to New Zealand opening up his own practice Arc Atelier Ltd. The practice provides continued support and consultation to JFA while also undertaking local work throughout New Zealand, predominantly in Dunedin and Central Otago. In 2018 Arc Atelier completed the fit-out design of Solomons Law, in Solomons House, Dunedin and continues to work on a wide range of projects in New Zealand, Guernsey, Jersey and the United Kingdom.

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