Amy Hendry

NZ Registered Architect practicing
Four Walls Architecture Ltd

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Four Walls Architecture Ltd is a commercial, residential and interior architecture practice based in Auckland, New Zealand. The practice has worked across New Zealand in a variety of environments, including Queenstown, Golden Bay, Christchurch and Auckland. Amy has taken projects from design to completion across New Zealand. Her appreciation for New Zealand's varied climates, landscapes and cultures enriches her designs and helps her intelligently and sensitively address the peculiarities of every project and brief. Amy Hendry, director, has been working in the industry since 2004, with an additional three years working on private commissions during university. Her diverse background includes commercial architecture, of various scales, budgets and project types, residential projects from small to large scale, and interior design. Amy is a registered architect with the NZ Institute of Architects and automatically complies with the government's new Licensed Building Practitioner scheme Catagory 3 for Design. Amy is passionate about designing sustainable, sensitive, thoughtful buildings that respond to their context, climate and site. She undergoes regular continued professional development to enhance her technical knowledge about materials, technology and current building industry issues.

Project Title
Parkbridge House
NZIA Canterbury Architecture Awards winner 2017. The historic McKellar House apartments were demolished after the Feb 11 Christchurch earthquake, and the client rebuilt a single executive residence within the existing Parkbridge apartment grounds with views to Hagley Park. The brief included generous living areas and bedrooms and contemporary architecture that would respect the historic flavour of old McKellar House but would serve as a contemporary home for modern life. Visual and physical connection to the Parkbridge shared grounds and Hagley Park were key drivers in the building’s planning and form. Bedrooms and living areas are located over three levels connected by a dramatic triple height entry and circulation space. Photograph by Simon Devitt. Visit for more information and images.
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