Andrew Patterson (architect)
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|Born||12 June 1960|
|Education||Kings College, Auckland; School of Architecture, University of Auckland|
|Known for||Patterson Associates, formed 1990|
Andrew Patterson (born 12 June 1960) is an Auckland, New Zealand-based architect. He is the director of Patterson Associates. Born in the Waikato region, Patterson completed a Bachelor of Architecture degree at The University of Auckland in 1984 and started his own practice at age 26.
Patterson has advocated for greater use of indigenous New Zealand stories and symbols in the design of public buildings.
Patterson Associates designed the Len Lye Centre, which is part of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth. The centre opened in 2015 to show the works of influential kinetic sculpture Len Lye.
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