McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS is an experienced, energetic and award winning architectural practice, developed through the amalgamation of two architecture and design firms. McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS draw on over 40 years of local, and international experience in the areas of commercial, residential, education and cultural/ community work.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS have a strong relationship with southern architecture through Natasha + Tim's lineage connection to NZIA Gold Medal Award winning architect Ted McCoy ONZM FNZIA, founder of McCoy & Wixon.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS provide complete design, documentation, project & contract coordination services for all project scales, whether it be residential, interiors, commercial, or community focused. The practice and its Directors strive to deliver exceptionally executed architecture that exceeds client's expectations.
As a NZIA Practice member McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS are able to draw on the wealth of experience and technical resources that are available through this professional association.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS is lead by three Principal/ Directors
Miles HEINE -Design Director BArch / BArts / Registered Architect NZRAB / ANZIA/ NZGSAP
Natasha McCOY -Design Director BArch / BArts
Tim McCOY -Design Director BArch / BDesign (Spatial) / LLB / LBP
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS is a studio based, design focused practice, premised on the belief that good design of our built environment can have an effect for the better for everyone. The approach to each brief no matter what the size or complexity is derived from the idea that the best solution will come from a holistic approach to client objectives, site parameters, climate and design excellence.
Integral to the innovative design which McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS bring to all projects, is experience, knowledge and commitment to ESD (Environmental Sustainable Design) opportunities, and solutions. Director - Miles Heine is a Green Star New Zealand Accredited Professional, with the ability to guide all projects through the various accreditation process's. McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS are additionally passionate about developing the business case for green solutions in the commercial sector, as well as all other areas of the New Zealand built environment.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS believe that a complete vision of the future of the built environment is based on an understanding of the important role that social, economic and environmental sustainability has in bringing it into being.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS are skilled at facilitating collaborative design sessions, through an 'integrated design process', and see this as an important method in ensuring key stakeholder input and ownership is maintained throughout the process of all projects. This is a important when dealing with complex briefs, especially at the initial stages of Master-Planning, to ensure all aspects of the design brief are included in the project development.
McCOY + HEINE ARCHITECTS believe that 'relationships' are the backbone of all successful projects, whether this is the Client-Architect relationship, the Architect-Project Consultant team, or the Project Construction Team.
New Zealand Institute of Architects - Practice / Architect
DBH Licensed Building Professionals - Practitioner
New Zealand Green Building Council - Accredited Professional
Architecture + Women New Zealand - Network
Newmarket Business Association - Member
2019 - Houses NZ -Issue 52 (AGM Publishing)
In collaboration - 2019 New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects - Award of Excellence - Parks/ Sustainability/ Te Karanga o te Tui (Boffa Miskell - Design Collaboration Lead, Filipe Tohi - Artist)
2016 - Houses NZ -Issue 40 (AGM Publishing)
2015 - Green Magazine (Aust) - Issue 44 (August)
2015 - New Zealand Timber Design Awards -Finalist
2014 - Houses NZ -Issue 30 (AGM Publishing)
2013 - New Zealand Master Builders Association -GOLD Medal Residential
2013 - NZIA - Waikato Bay of Plenty Housing -Housing Award Winner
2013 - NZ House and Garden (December)
ARCHITECTURE NOW - Mt Eden Addition - 8 July 2019
ARCHITECTURE NOW - Hahei Beach House - 19 February 2014
ARCHITECTURE NOW - Arnold St House - 29 June 2016