Registered Architect Katie Dickens is fascinated by the many solutions architecture can provide to communities, and the benefits users of well-planned spaces can enjoy.
Katie brings a richness of perspective to her interest in urban design. With her formal architectural qualifications augmented by a graduate diploma in designed environments and past research into urban sprawl, community wellbeing, public and private space, and the separation of pedestrian and vehicle, her career trajectory now spans multiple sectors.
Working from Chow:Hill’s Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau design studio, Katie has relished applying her professional skills to aged care, healthcare, multi-residential and commercial projects.
Her design portfolio includes involvement in the Lady Allum Retirement Village, Milford; Giltrap Audi Approved Plus in Grey Lynn; and Braemar Hospital, Hamilton.