"Form follows function" is the classic design axiom promoted by famous early 20th century Architect Louie Sullivan. We use this philosophy as the primary design tool on every project we get involved in.
However, Pure Design is also about a balance of creating beautiful, simple and elegant design solutions. The aim is to nurture the souls and enhance the lives of the people who use these buildings, all while maintaining those practical necessities.
Every architectural project is a complicated undertaking, involving a multitude of tasks and technical issues that need solutions. These issues need to be identified, addressed, discussed and resolved, all while maintaining that elegantly balanced design solution. Using our experience, knowledge and passion, we make the journey as smooth as possible for you as the newest member of our team.
We work very hard on building strong relationships with our clients and we pride ourselves in the fact that many of those relationships endure long after that initial project had been conceived, created, debated and completed.
Our guiding principle is to always channel our client's wants, needs and desires through the unique creative journey, to achieve that end goal.
So with this in mind, Pure Design provides an initial design consultation free of charge, to allow you to meet us and become comfortable with our design process.
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Grant is an award winning professional member of Architectural Designers New Zealand (ADNZ) and also served on the Auckland ADNZ Committee for several years.
Grant is a Licensed Building Practitioner in Design, a member of Design Practice Group (DPG), a Life Mark Member, a Design Director @ Pure Design and he has also lectured at a Tertiary level in Architecture and Interior Design.
Grant enjoys the discovery and development of the deeper modernist design principals of biorealisim and organic architecture, and how this is applied to economic modern and technological design solutions.
Favourite quote “Good Design is so simple, that’s why it’s so complicated” Paul Rand