Who We Are
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“We view sustainable sound architecture as a pivotal ingredient to a rich environmental culture and a vitally important aspect of a future sustainable society.”
Eco Workshop embraces architecture through sustainable design. Our work ranges from new buildings to sensitive intervention with older structures. We believe the quality of our surroundings can uplift our lives. We take a contemporary approach to spatial arrangement, materiality and form of our buildings. Eco Workshop has Professional membership of ADNZ: Architectural Designers New Zealand.
Bevan is a director at Eco Workshop Architectural Studio He has been in the architectural industry since 2004 and has been a member of ADNZ since 2017.
Bevan is interested in sustainable architecture and materials and has been involved in the design of many residential buildings. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his partner, yoga and walks on the beach.
Sholto joined Eco Workshop Ltd in 2015, his primary responsibility being producing building consent documentation for repair and rebuild of earthquake damaged buildings in Christchurch.
Sholto has over 20 years’ experience as an Architectural draughtsperson & Designer. In 2009 he took a hiatus from Architectural Design to study further for which he earned a Bachelor of Design (Product).
Sholto became a Director of Eco Workshop in 2020.
Sholto works alongside our clients to turn their brief into concept designs and construction documentation.
Sholto enjoys problem solving and creating design details that are effective, aesthetically appealing and outside of the box.
Sarah Teasdale joined Eco Workshop Ltd in 2016, with her primary responsibility being the production of building consent documentation. Under Bevan’s guidance, she learnt about disaster repair in Christchurch, as well as renovation and new builds.
Sarah progressed into producing concept drawings and working with Eco Workshop’s clients, translating their brief into reality.
Since 2016, Sarah has progressed in the Dunedin office, ensuring each project is approached carefully and diligently, with due respect to brief and budget.
Sarah made Director of Eco Workshop in 2020, and is responsible for projects from the brief through to the consent.
Sarah joined Eco Workshop Ltd in 2012, her primary responsibility being producing building consent documentation for repair and rebuild of earthquake damaged buildings in Christchurch, as well as renovations and new builds.
Sarah has over 8 years’ experience as an Architectural draughtsperson & Designer.
Between 2015-2017 Sarah moved to Hamilton and developed a passion for working in BIM modelling (3D Software) which she incorporates into every project to give the client a better vision of their final dwelling alteration or new build.
Sarah became a Director of Eco Workshop in 2020 and works alongside our clients to turn their brief into concept designs and construction documentation.