Stacey Farrell NZIA Southern Architecture Award 2017

about

Stacey Farrell is an Architect who lives and works in Queenstown, New Zealand. 

Queenstown is arguably New Zealandʼs most beautiful and stimulating landscape, and it is also the fastest growing region in New Zealand. With all of the excitement and growth in the town Stacey is always busy working on a broad range of projects from simple single room renovations, commercial projects, through to full house builds.

Before starting her own practice, Stacey spent her Architectural career working for both small and large firms throughout the country. She has worked with some of New Zealandʼs most influential Architects including: David Page, Tony Koia, Preston Stevens and Mary Jowett. She has been Senior Architect and Project Architect on dozens of prestigious projects including award wining designs.

Architectural works completed over Stacey's career to date include Education projects, Commercial, Interiors, and Residential projects of varying sizes and scales. Her most recent projects include new and alteration residential works, new kitchen designs, and commercial retail fit outs.

Stacey graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Auckland University in 1995. She has been a Registered Architect since 1998. Stacey is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, New Zealand Registered Architects Board, and the New Zealand Architects Co-operative Society.

Please feel free to contact for a full Resume of works.

Awards include: 

Black House part one was awarded a NZIA Southern Architecture Award, finalist in NZ Living Channel House of the Year. 

Speargrass Flat Road (residence) project was Finalist in Cavalier Bremworth AAA UnBuilt Architecture Awards 2012.

Stacey has all been a NZIA Local Awards Juror and Jury Convenor. 

Publications:

The Black house part one was featured in 2 books: Big House Small House: New Homes by New Zealand Architects by John Walsh and Patrick Reynolds, and Small House Living: Inspiring New Zealand Houses Less Than 90m2 by Catherine Foster.

Stacey's work has featured in many magazines, such as Urbis- issue 65 'best of the best' 2011, NZ House and Garden- January 2011, Architecture NZ, The Australian Women's Weekly October 2015 page 150, New Zealand Herald newspaper- weekend Canvas magazine, ProDesign, Remix, Alfresco, Interior Detail(s), New Zealand on Holiday, cover of NEW ZEALAND retail-business magazine

Television: 

Black House part one featured on Extreme Homes HGTV USA episode 303, and as a finalist in NZ Living Channel House of the Year. 

stacey@queenstownarchitect.co.nz 

phone +64 21 400 830

  • Stacey Farrell NZIA Southern Architecture Award 2017

    about

    phone +64 21 400 830 stacey@queenstownarchitect.co.nz

  • about

    Stacey Farrell is an Architect who lives and works in Queenstown, New Zealand. 

    Queenstown is arguably New Zealandʼs most beautiful and stimulating landscape, and it is also the fastest growing region in New Zealand. With all of the excitement and growth in the town Stacey is always busy working on a broad range of projects from simple single room renovations, commercial projects, through to full house builds.

    Before starting her own practice, Stacey spent her Architectural career working for both small and large firms throughout the country. She has worked with some of New Zealandʼs most influential Architects including: David Page, Tony Koia, Preston Stevens and Mary Jowett. She has been Senior Architect and Project Architect on dozens of prestigious projects including award wining designs.

    Architectural works completed over Stacey's career to date include Education projects, Commercial, Interiors, and Residential projects of varying sizes and scales. Her most recent projects include new and alteration residential works, new kitchen designs, and commercial retail fit outs.

    Stacey graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Auckland University in 1995. She has been a Registered Architect since 1998. Stacey is also a member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, New Zealand Registered Architects Board, and the New Zealand Architects Co-operative Society.

    Please feel free to contact for a full Resume of works.

    Awards include: 

    Black House part one was awarded a NZIA Southern Architecture Award, finalist in NZ Living Channel House of the Year. 

    Speargrass Flat Road (residence) project was Finalist in Cavalier Bremworth AAA UnBuilt Architecture Awards 2012.

    Stacey has all been a NZIA Local Awards Juror and Jury Convenor. 

    Publications:

    The Black house part one was featured in 2 books: Big House Small House: New Homes by New Zealand Architects by John Walsh and Patrick Reynolds, and Small House Living: Inspiring New Zealand Houses Less Than 90m2 by Catherine Foster.

    Stacey's work has featured in many magazines, such as Urbis- issue 65 'best of the best' 2011, NZ House and Garden- January 2011, Architecture NZ, The Australian Women's Weekly October 2015 page 150, New Zealand Herald newspaper- weekend Canvas magazine, ProDesign, Remix, Alfresco, Interior Detail(s), New Zealand on Holiday, cover of NEW ZEALAND retail-business magazine

    Television: 

    Black House part one featured on Extreme Homes HGTV USA episode 303, and as a finalist in NZ Living Channel House of the Year. 

    stacey@queenstownarchitect.co.nz 

    phone +64 21 400 830