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Isthmus Group Ltd

Auckland / Christchurch / Tauranga / Wellington Central

42 Members
  • Brad Coombs FR
  • David Irwin FR
  • Ralph Johns FR
  • Gavin Lister F
  • Rose Armstrong R
  • Grant Bailey R
  • Zach Barker R
  • Brennan Baxley R
  • Blair Brixton R
  • Sean Burke R
  • Sophie Jacques R
  • Matthew Jones R
  • Nik Kneale R
  • Wade Lipsham R
  • Tessa Macphail R
  • Travis McGee R
  • Haylea Muir R
  • Andrew Norriss R
  • James Pattullo R
  • Nicholas Pearson R
  • Lisa Rimmer R
  • Daniel Turgeon R
  • Bradley Ward R
  • Travis Wooller R
  • Sarah Bishop
  • Tessa Bradbury
  • Simon Button
  • Michael Chu
  • Tim Cook
  • Sean Eustace
  • Sophie Fisher
  • Lydia Franken
  • Elena Helliwell
  • Frank Hoffmann
  • Mihali Katsougiannis
  • Helen Kerr
  • Chelsea Kershaw
  • Ivy Llanera
  • Damian Powley
  • Caroline Sollerhed
  • Nada Stanish
  • Scott Wigglesworth

We are Isthmus Group, a full service, design-led studio focussed on connecting people and place. We blur the boundaries between the disciplines of architecture, landscape and urban design. Established in 1988, our name references both our Auckland base - between the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea - and our role as connectors. We work as a group harnessing the depth and breadth of our inter-disciplinary team. Our 75 staff are spread across studios in Wellington and Auckland.

Photography: David St George
Taumanu Reserve

NZILA Award of Excellence / Te Karanga o te Tui — 2017

Photography: Inhouse
Coast. Country. Neighbourhood. City. Isthmus Group Ltd

NZILA Category Winner / Communications — 2017, NZILA Charlie Challenger Award — 2017

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Kopupaka Reserve

WAF - World Landscape of the Year Winner — 2016

Photography: David St George
WW1 Centenary Memorial Competition

NZILA Award of Excellence / Unbuilt Visionary — 2017

See all 16 Isthmus Group Ltd projects featured on NZILA
Urban design - what will it look like in 500 years? Communal living - Wirihana masterplan Barry Curtis Park Plaza provides community focal point Restoring civic pride in Lower Hutt A winning, visionary project for Auckland's waterfront Monkey business in the capital proves a winner Designing with ambiguity Who Got That Job? Folded Planes - North Kumutoto on Wellington's waterfront Who Got That Job? A green heart for a key Auckland shopping precinct Who Got That Job? Monkey business in Wellington Connecting past and present in Rotorua Coast, Country, Neighbourhood, City - a journey of love How a community fought to restore the mana of its waterfront Weaving a story of possibility for what can be achieved Meet the locals - at Wellington Zoo's award winning love story to Aotearoa Themed Outdoor Photographic Exhibition at Queens Wharf in Auckland: Connections - Reflections