Roger Walker (architect)
|Roger Neville Walker|
Hamilton, New Zealand
|Alma mater||University of Auckland|
|Practice||Calder, Fowler & Styles
Walker Architecture and Design
Roger Neville Walker ONZM (born 1942) is a New Zealand architect based in Wellington. After graduating in architecture from the University of Auckland in the 1960s, Walker worked for the architecture firm Calder, Fowler & Styles, until he established his own practice in the early 1970s. He now runs Walker Architecture & Design in Wellington.
In the 1998 Queen's Birthday Honours, Walker was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to architecture. He was awarded the New Zealand Institute of Architects' highest honour, the Gold Medal, in 2016.
- Mansell House (1st house designed in 1966), Highbury, Wellington (1968)
- Link Building, Wellington Waterfront (1969)
- Sotiri House, Highbury, Wellington (1969)
- Wellington Club (1969–72, demolished c. 1986)
- Centrepoint Arcade, Masterton (1972, demolished 1997)
- Whakatane Airport (1973–74)
- Cuttance House, Tirohanga, Lower Hutt
- Park Mews, Hataitai, Wellington (1974)
- Rainbow Springs Tourism Complex, Rotorua (1976–81)
- Britten House, Seatoun, Wellington (1977)
- Willis Street Village, Wellington (1979–80)
- Ainsworth House, Korokoro, Wellington (1970s)
- Waitomo Caves Visitor Centre
- Ropata Village, Lower Hutt
- Centre City Shopping Centre, New Plymouth (1985)
- Novotel Gardens Park Royal Hotel, Queenstown (1988, formerly the THC Queenstown)
- Chesterman Group Offices, Hamilton (1992–93)
- Pirie St Townhouses, Mount Victoria, Wellington
- Margrain Winery and Conference Centre, Martinborough (1990s)
- Sirocco Apartments, Wellington (1999)
- Thorndon School, Wellington (c. early 2000s)
- New World Supermarket, Thorndon, Wellington
- Century City Apartments (completed mid-2009)
- The Boundary townhouse complex, Wellington
- Redevelopment of Cuba Mall & Victoria Street at the Wayback Machine (archived 4 February 2010) (cancelled after the bankruptcy of developer Terry Serepisos)
- Harris House, Lake Rotoroa
- St Patrick’s Church, Taumarunui
- Solitaire Lodge, Tarawera
- Wairakei Hotel Villas and recreational facilities, Taupo
- 164 The Esplanade, Island Bay
- Queen's Birthday Honours List 1998. Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Retrieved 4 January 2013.
- Harvey, Justine (12 November 2016). "2016 Gold Medal winner: Roger Walker". Retrieved 14 November 2016.
- Morrell, Vivienne (2 December 2016). "Centrepoint to centrepointless: Roger Walker's Masterton shopping arcade (1972 to 1997)". In McCarthy, Christine. All the appearances of being innovative. Wellington: Centre for Building Performance Research. pp. 60–67. ISBN 978-0-473-38229-2.
- University of Auckland - NZIA Regional Awards
- WellUrban - Willis Street Village
- NZIA Wellington Awards - Saturday, 14 November 2009
- Positively Architecture! New Zealand's Roger Walker by Gerald Melling, 1985.
- Roger Walker, architect: a thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Art History in the University of Canterbury by Abdel-moniem M. El-shorbagy.