As one of the leading New Zealand multidisciplined firms, we seek a balance between art and technology, form and function, beauty and purpose, vision and result. Problem solvers by nature, we work closely with our client and serve them by listening to their concerns, understanding their goals and sharing their vision. Peter Swan Limited believes that capital investment in facilities should be aligned with measurable, sustainable business benefits, and our architecture projects reflect this understanding.
Architecture is a driving force in New Zealand’s rapidly growing archeconomy, and Peter Swan Ltd is proud to have contributed to the country’s distinct architectural footprint. With major geological challenges and a confluence of cultural styles at work, from modern industrial facilities to heritage buildings, Architects in New Zealand have many factors to juggle as they develop high quality building designs.
Our Architects have delivered, and continue to provide, innovative solutions that go above and beyond what New Zealand businesses expect.
With years of experience in both commercial and industrial building projects, Peter Swan Ltd has rapidly become a very specialsed multidisciplined firm working in the South Pacific. We’ve worked with some of the world’s largest international brands, including Burger King and Transpacific Industries Group, and have built environments that meet the highest standards in food handling, processing, distribution, and storage.
The construction of buildings in the food industry requires extensive knowledge of meat processing facilities, cold storage, and sanitation. These must be achieved without sacrificing the basics of interior design and structural engineering. We know how to combine all of these distinct elements to maximum effect. In both the commercial and industrial fields, we have developed a standard of excellence that has placed as at the forefront of the Oceania food industry.
Contact a representative at Peter Swan Ltd today to learn more about the expertise we can bring to your upcoming commercial architecture project.