Warren & Mahoney
Neil Christopher joined Warren and Mahoney’s Wellington studio in 2016 and brings expertise in design, client management, workplace strategy and project leadership. He is an experienced designer with a deep understanding of commercial workplace, education and civic design principles, having delivered a broad range of design and strategy projects across Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
The future of workplace has been evolving significantly over the past few years with agile and flexible working environments making a surge in popularity. Neil has been involved in the development and implementation of workplace strategies, including activity-based working environments, since 2006 and understands how they influence the development of design models across private and government workplaces. Neil was the project leader on Jones Lang LaSalle’s first completed ABW project in Australia, applying their ‘WorkSmart’ design standards. Neil has led or been involved in the development of flexible and ABW projects for the New Zealand Government, HP, the Department of Human Services, ThinkPlace, and the ACT Government, and has provided strategic consulting around the contemporary workplace for the Department of Social Security, Aurecon, Cochlear, Telecom NZ (now Spark), Deloitte and Aristocrat.