RTA Studio appoints new associate

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Natalie Stebben.

Natalie Stebben.

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Mackelvie Street shopping precinct, Auckland, by RTA Studio.

Mackelvie Street shopping precinct, Auckland, by RTA Studio.

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Natalie Stebben has been appointed an associate of RTA Studio in Auckland. She will join directors Richard Naish, Ben Hayes and Ben Dallimore in the leadership of the RTA team and management of the studio.

In 2003 Natalie graduated from The University of Auckland with a Bachelor of Architecture (First Class Honours) and in 2008 she registered as an architect. She began with RTA Studio in 2010 and notable works she has been involved with include the Catlins House, featured in Grand Designs in 2015, and Black Estate Winery, as featured on Art of the Architect in 2014. Natalie also worked on the Mackelvie Street shopping precinct, which won a Commercial award at the 2015 NZIA National Architecture Awards.

Natalie will continue in her role as project architect on significant projects while helping the directors with the mentoring and management of staff.

Executive director Richard Naish comments, “This is a reflection of Natalie’s talent and ability over a range of complex projects over the last 6 years. She is now a senior member of the studio and as well as taking charge of one of our senior clients portfolio of site projects, she is also contributing to the management of the studio.”  


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