A master planner and strategic thinker in health design, Darryl Carey has been instrumental in shaping many of New Zealand's hospitals and health facilities in the last 25 years.
From South Auckland’s SuperClinics to Waipapa, Christchurch Hospital's Acute Services Building, Darryl has earned his reputation as one of New Zealand’s leading healthcare designers with his powerful design intelligence and obvious passion for facilitation and teamwork.
Darryl enjoys collaborating with multidisciplinary design teams on challenging projects that involve complex needs and sensitive circumstances. His collaborative focus, combined with a design approach of synthesising function, performance and design quality, enables Darryl’s teams to achieve a successful outcome for everyone.
Committed to supporting the development of health design, Darryl regularly shares his wealth of knowledge and experience in the health design sector, presenting at conferences and workshops, both in New Zealand and abroad.
An experienced, award-winning architect, Darryl is a Chow:Hill Director and founding chair of the New Zealand Health Design Council.