Martin Ulenberg is a Registered Architect based in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa. He focusses on ecologically sensitive design, mostly using traditional forms. He is a specialist in earthen and natural materials, as well as heritage restoration and renovation. He is inspired by romantic, old world vernacular, and fairy tale architecture, with practical, new world verandahs. He strives for quality and permanet style with his work. Buildings that endure, and style that transcends the fleeting fads of the day. His overiding philosophy is that of permaculture and kaitiakitanga. He works on building projects throughout New Zealand.

In addition to a professional architect, he is an artist. He works with ink, watercolour, gouache, graphite pencil, coloured pencil, clay, as well as digital mediums, and he sketches daily. He is also a hobby joiner, working with solid, natural timbers, and traditional, time tested wood working techniques.

+64 21 1377 778

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