Philip Graham

BArch Unitec, Auckland • Registered Architect

Philip is a registered architect, skilled in many aspects of design. He has commercial, retail, interior fit-out, conservation and residential experience and has practised as a project architect on many award-winning residential projects, both large and small.

Philip worked for Stevens Lawson Architects for six years before joining Salmond Reed Architects in 2011 and before that he was employed by Crosson Clarke Architects (now Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects), Gascoigne Associates, and Creative Spaces.

His advances design and detailing skills and his extensive experience led to his engagement with Salmond Reed Architects where he has extended his experience in both commercial and residential work.

He was part of the team that delivered the award-winning Allendale House and Annexe project, primarily responsible for the detailed design of the new-build portion of that work.

He has also involved in a second award-winning project, the re-developments at the Turangawaewae Marae in the Waikato.

High quality residential work continues to be a focus of his input and in this area his work has included the refit of a seventh floor apartment in Auckland's iconic Dilworth building, and, at the other end of the spectrum, the development of a contemporary residential retreat on an isolated and sensitive coastal property north of Auckland.

Philip's excellent 3D computer graphics presentation skills have proved an invaluable tool in communicating design intent for many of Salmond Reed's architectural projects.