Monk Mackenzie

Hamish Monk and Dean Mackenzie


Hamish Monk and Dean Mackenzie established their eponymous architecture practice in Auckland in 2014. Transforming the built environment with lasting, sustainable and intelligent design has earned them three consecutive awards at the annual World Architecture Festival. Their multi-disciplinary practice spans the design of residential, civic, commercial and infrastructure projects, both locally and internationally, from Auckland and Queenstown to Malaysia and India.

Amelia Holmes

Amelia Holmes


The Auckland-based interior designer lends her honed skills to high-end residential and retail projects. Her deftly crafted insertions demonstrate a balance of refined luxury and individuality. With in-depth knowledge of the best-quality materials and products to source locally and internationally, Amelia creates designs that subtly engage the senses.

Artifact Property

Liam Joyce and Sophie Wylie


Artifact is a family-run company founded by architectural designer Sophie Wylie and developer Liam Joyce. With their combined skills, the pair creates boutique properties that contribute innovative and enduring design to Auckland’s built environment.

Recognising an unmet demand for premium apartments in Herne Bay, Artifact has partnered with architects Monk Mackenzie and interior designer Amelia Holmes to develop Jervois, a benchmark residential project.

Designed, built and crafted with integrity and long-term focus, Artifact delivers properties that exceed expectations.