Dixon Wild Architects

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Dixon Wild Architects
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  • Residential Projects
  • Commercial Projects
  • Community Projects

Bruce Wild is the registered architect. Registration number 2076. Bruce has fine arts and architecture tertiary qualifications from Canterbury University (Ilam) and Auckland University respectively.

The practice, established in 1967 by Mason Pepper and Tom Dixon, was known as Pepper and Dixon until 1987 when it became a limited liability company, Pepper Dixon Architects Ltd.

Bruce Wild became the owner and sole director in 2007 on the retirement of both Tom and Mason.

For many years we were located in Takapuna.

We are now known as Dixon Wild Architects and located in Arch Hill, central Auckland, New Zealand.

We have retained our north shore phone number – 09 486 1126.

We are an NZIA licensed practice.

Housing has always played a large part in our practice. We have urban, suburban, rural and coastal private house projects in our portfolio. We have been privileged to provide services to social housing through Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Commercial projects have been important to us in developing sporting, health and retail design.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

From our Arch Hill studio, we provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.  

We use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable
design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

Social housing has been significant to us through healthy housing refurbishments for Housing New Zealand, along with new homes and refurbishment of the iconic star blocks in various areas of Auckland. We were the lead architect at Talbot Park community renewal in Glen Innes in 2003 and have completed over 20 refurbishments of star block apartment buildings in Auckland.

The star block apartment building (designed circa 1950 by Frederick Newman) is a successful heritage design model, on ideal park like sites. Our refurbishments have enhanced personal safety in the buildings and on-site, updated the service amenity of the units through design interventions adding private balconies and courtyards while retaining the iconic building form.
From our studio in Arch Hill, we strive to provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

Our computer software is ArchiCAD, which we invest in to develop a 3D digital model from the concept design stage. Modelling land and building forms to convey ideas reflecting the brief we are addressing.

Our practice, while not paperless, is 100% digital.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.

We do retain and use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

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Dixon Wild Architects

Dixon Wild Architects

Services
  • Residential Projects
  • Commercial Projects
  • Community Projects

Bruce Wild is the registered architect. Registration number 2076. Bruce has fine arts and architecture tertiary qualifications from Canterbury University (Ilam) and Auckland University respectively.

The practice, established in 1967 by Mason Pepper and Tom Dixon, was known as Pepper and Dixon until 1987 when it became a limited liability company, Pepper Dixon Architects Ltd.

Bruce Wild became the owner and sole director in 2007 on the retirement of both Tom and Mason.

For many years we were located in Takapuna.

We are now known as Dixon Wild Architects and located in Arch Hill, central Auckland, New Zealand.

We have retained our north shore phone number – 09 486 1126.

We are an NZIA licensed practice.

Housing has always played a large part in our practice. We have urban, suburban, rural and coastal private house projects in our portfolio. We have been privileged to provide services to social housing through Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Commercial projects have been important to us in developing sporting, health and retail design.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

From our Arch Hill studio, we provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.  

We use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable
design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

Social housing has been significant to us through healthy housing refurbishments for Housing New Zealand, along with new homes and refurbishment of the iconic star blocks in various areas of Auckland. We were the lead architect at Talbot Park community renewal in Glen Innes in 2003 and have completed over 20 refurbishments of star block apartment buildings in Auckland.

The star block apartment building (designed circa 1950 by Frederick Newman) is a successful heritage design model, on ideal park like sites. Our refurbishments have enhanced personal safety in the buildings and on-site, updated the service amenity of the units through design interventions adding private balconies and courtyards while retaining the iconic building form.
From our studio in Arch Hill, we strive to provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

Our computer software is ArchiCAD, which we invest in to develop a 3D digital model from the concept design stage. Modelling land and building forms to convey ideas reflecting the brief we are addressing.

Our practice, while not paperless, is 100% digital.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.

We do retain and use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

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Dixon Wild Architects

Dixon Wild Architects

Services
  • Residential Projects
  • Commercial Projects
  • Community Projects

Bruce Wild is the registered architect. Registration number 2076. Bruce has fine arts and architecture tertiary qualifications from Canterbury University (Ilam) and Auckland University respectively.

The practice, established in 1967 by Mason Pepper and Tom Dixon, was known as Pepper and Dixon until 1987 when it became a limited liability company, Pepper Dixon Architects Ltd.

Bruce Wild became the owner and sole director in 2007 on the retirement of both Tom and Mason.

For many years we were located in Takapuna.

We are now known as Dixon Wild Architects and located in Arch Hill, central Auckland, New Zealand.

We have retained our north shore phone number – 09 486 1126.

We are an NZIA licensed practice.

Housing has always played a large part in our practice. We have urban, suburban, rural and coastal private house projects in our portfolio. We have been privileged to provide services to social housing through Housing New Zealand Corporation.

Commercial projects have been important to us in developing sporting, health and retail design.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

From our Arch Hill studio, we provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.  

We use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable
design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

We have been architects for community projects for Auckland Council or its various predecessors, diverse cultural groups including Marae projects – Awataha, churches and Auckland Khmer Buddhist community in South Auckland.

Social housing has been significant to us through healthy housing refurbishments for Housing New Zealand, along with new homes and refurbishment of the iconic star blocks in various areas of Auckland. We were the lead architect at Talbot Park community renewal in Glen Innes in 2003 and have completed over 20 refurbishments of star block apartment buildings in Auckland.

The star block apartment building (designed circa 1950 by Frederick Newman) is a successful heritage design model, on ideal park like sites. Our refurbishments have enhanced personal safety in the buildings and on-site, updated the service amenity of the units through design interventions adding private balconies and courtyards while retaining the iconic building form.
From our studio in Arch Hill, we strive to provide creative design solutions and excellence in professional architecture for our clients.

Our computer software is ArchiCAD, which we invest in to develop a 3D digital model from the concept design stage. Modelling land and building forms to convey ideas reflecting the brief we are addressing.

Our practice, while not paperless, is 100% digital.

We advocate for sustainable building practices.

We do retain and use a drawing board for freehand and measured drawing on paper which we like and value for its immediacy, direct idea to hand connection and pleasurable design and graphic quality.

We are motivated by social history, heritage and contemporary ideas in art and design and the desire to provide the pleasure of good life through architecture.

Dixon Wild Architects offer personal service through all stages of the design and construction process.

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