Architecture / Landscape Architecture

William Fulton

William has more than 15 years' professional experience, following a double qualification in Architecture and Landscape Architecture. He is a specialist in heritage landscape design and project delivery. In April 2007, William joined with Stewart Ross as a Co-Director in Stewart Ross Team Architecture Ltd, now known as Fulton Ross Team Architects. He is also a Director of Team Architects Limited, a consortium of nine architectural practices across New Zealand. William has been the Project Architect on a range of projects working within a series of consultant teams.

Prior to the earthquakes, William worked on several key heritage projects in Christchurch. These include the Christchurch Music Centre, Huntley Boutique Hotel, Riccarton Racecourse Tea House Restoration, Rhodes Memorial Home, Star of the Sea Catholic Church, Sumner, and The Octagon Restaurant. These projects required careful treatment of their unique heritage values, as well as liaison with clients, contractors and the community.

Since the earthquakes, William continues to be involved with many heritage projects, including Te Koraha at Rangi Ruru School, Christchurch City Council-owned heritage buildings and various church projects. William is currently Heritage Architect for the New Regent Street rebuild.