An architectural humanist, Ken strives to produce site specific responses while building in cultural & contectual references.
He has become known for his exceptional portfolio of design, winning NZ Home magazine Home of the Year in 2003 and home of the Decade in 2006.
In 1997 he was awarded a Fellowship of the New Zealand Institute of Architects and continues to be actively involved in the development of the profession, in Institute awards, undergraduate education, and registration assessment.
Ken has a passion for quality urban design and has been an active participant in the NZIA Urban Issues Group.
Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects is an Auckland based architectural practice with a partner office in Arrowtown. Both offices are multi-award winning and have an exceptional portfolio of work. Past projects include coastal and rural homes, residential, commercial, institutional, healthcare, masterplanning and urban design developments. The practice have won numerous architectural awards locally and internationally with work being regularly published.
CCCA believes good design will produce sustainable, functional and aesthetically pleasing spaces and buildings that have an enduring quality over time.