Awards-Jellicoe
AWARDS
2017
  • Winner – the ‘Ath Cup’, NZIA Wellington Awards
  • Winner – George Malcolm award, NZILA Landscape Architecture Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Winner – Parks category, NZILA Landscape Architecture Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Winner – Urban Space category, NZILA Landscape Architecture Awards – Cenotaph Precinct Upgrade
  • Excellence –  Institutional Landscape category, NZILA Landscape Architecture Awards –  Victoria University of Wellington, Hub

 

2016

  • Winner – Public & Institutional Spaces award, Best Awards  – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Winner – Planning and Urban Design award, NZIA Wellington Architecture Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Winner – Public Architecture award, NZIA Wellington Architecture Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park

 

2015

  • Winner – Landscape Award, Infrastructure Award and the Supreme Award, NZ Concrete Society Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Merit – Urban Design and Architectural Award, Wellington Property Awards – Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
  • Winner – NZ Indigenous and Speciality Timber Award, NZ Timber Design Awards, Pukeahu National War Memorial Park

 

2014

  • Winner – Rosa Barba Award – North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park

 

2013

  • Arts Laureate Award – Megan Wraight, wā founding director
  • Innovative Public Space Winner – Wellington Civic Trust Awards – Taranaki Wharf Jump Platform
  • NZILA Excellence Award – Urban Landscape Design - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park
  • NZILA Excellence Award – Urban Landscape Design – Taranaki Wharf West
  • NZILA Distinction Award – Rural/Park/Recreational Landscape Design – Cobblestone Park
  • NZILA Distinction Award - Rural/Park/Recreational Landscape Design - Taranaki Wharf Jump Platform
  • NZILA Distinction Award – Residential Landscape Design – Waiwhero Farm

 

2012

    • Top Honour project – Excellence on the Waterfront Awards, The Waterfront Centre - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park
    • Winner – Completed Category, World Architecture News Urban Regeneration Awards 2012 - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park
    • Winner – Landscape Category, Resene Total Colour Awards - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park
    • Winner, Excellence Award – Urban Design in Landscape Architecture, AILA Victoria Awards - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park
    • Winner – Built Category, New Zealand Urban Design Awards – [Wynyard Quarter], Auckland
    • Finalist – Completed Urban Landscape Category, World Architecture Festival - North Wharf, Jellicoe Street and Silo Park

 

2011

  • The City’s Best Public Spaces, runner-up – Wellington Civic Trust Awards - Taranaki Wharf West

 

2010

  • NZILA Gold Award – Visionary Landscape - Wellington Gateway
  • NZILA Silver Award – Landscape Planning (Communication & Promotion) - Rotorua Lakefront

 

2008

  • Supreme Winner – Wellington Civic Trust Award - Waitangi Park, Wellington
  • NZILA Sustainability Award of Excellence - Waitangi Park, Wellington
  • NZILA Gold Award – Urban landscape - Centreport Area A
  • NZILA Silver Award – Institutional Landscape - Henderson Library
  • NZILA Silver Award – Residential Landscape - Kapiti House

 

2007

  • Supreme Award – NZ Institute of Architects - Waitangi Park, Wellington
  • National Urban Design Award – NZ Institute of Architects - Waitangi Park, Wellington
  • Award Mention – Torsanlorenzo, Italy - Waitangi Park, Wellington

 

2006

  • Merit Award – International Federation of Landscape Architects - Taranaki Wharf, Wellington
  • NZILA Silver Award – Commercial landscape - Spy Valley Wines

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Bryant, M. (2014) ‘What do you do with all that space?’ Architecture Review 137 p22-24
  • Bryant, M. (2014) ‘Touchstones in design:Learning through interdisciplinary collaboration’ in eds.J Smitheram, J Moloney & S Twose, Venice Architectural Design Research Symposium VUW, Wellington. p60-62
  • Bryant, M. & Allan, P. (2013) ‘Open space innovation in earthquake affected cities’ in ed. J Tiefenbacher, Approaches to Disaster Management – Examining the implications of hazards, emergencies and disasters. Intech p 183-204
  • Bryant, M. (2013) ‘Urban innovation, in Auckland new city spaces’ edited by R. de Lambert in Auckland J. Balasgalou Books p8-9
  • Jones N, Bryant M. and Wraight M. (2013) ‘Adapt, Retain, Interpret’ in China Landscape Architecture Vol.29.212.08.
  • Jones N, Bryant M. and Wraight M. (2012) ‘Water Fronting’ in CityGreen #5, Centre for Urban Greenery & Ecology.
  • Bryant, M. and Allan, P. (2012) Tapestries and Traditions: Urban Ecology and City Making. in E. Cook & J. Lara (eds.) Remodelling Cities. New York, N.Y. Routledge.
  • Bryant, M. (2012) Urban ecology and site histories: mutually inclusive themes of urban public space design in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Proceedings of The 7th International Water Sensitive Urban design conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Allan, P. & Bryant, M. (2011) Resilience as a Framework for Urbanism and Recovery. Journal of Landscape Architecture. Fall 2011.
  • Bryant, M. (2011) Christchurch propositions: Across the Board. Architecture NZ. 5.2011. p37.
  • Bryant, M. & Allan, P. (2011) The Landscape of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Paisea Dos: Australia and New Zealand. Pp 18-23.
  • Bryant, M. & Allan, P. (2011) Resilience as a framework for Urban Design. Proceedings of The 4th International Urban design conference on Urban resilience, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Allan P. & Bryant, M. (2011) The Attributes of Resilience: A Tool in the Evaluation and Design of Earthquake- Prone Cities. Proceedings of The International Conference on Building Resilience, Kandalama, Sri Lanka.
  • Allan P. & Bryant M. (2010) The Critical Role of Open Space in Earthquake Recovery: A Case Study. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Earthquake Engineering Conference, Wellington, NZ.
  • Wraight M. & Bryant M. (2008) Competitions.NZILA 12, 69-85.
    • Wraight M. & Allan P. (2008) ‘Landscape Planning and Design’ in A deeper shade of green: sustainable urban development, building, and architecture in New Zealand, Balasoglu Books.

 

FEATURED IN

  • ‘The Wharf at Work’  Jellicoe Street, North Wharf and Silo Park in Landscape Architecture Magazine, June 2017/Vol 107/No 6
  • ‘Wynyard Quarter’ Jellicoe Street, North Wharf and Silo Park in Landscape Architecture New Zealand, Issue #11, 2011
  • ‘Wharewaka Precinct’ Taranaki Wharf West in Landscape Architecture New Zealand, Issue #10, 2011
  • Waintangi Park and Hayman Park, in PaiseaDos 5, April 2010
  • ‘CentrePort Windscreens’, in Urban Landscape Volume 10, pp. 47-51, LOFT Publications 2006 Gloucester MA, USA
  • J Raxworthy, ‘Taranaki Wharf, Wellington’ in Topos Issue 52, 2005