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  • Pain, agony, suffering, TRIUMPH

    A balanced world is a better world.  International Women’s day is about awareness against bias and a call to take action for gender equality.  In the typically male dominated industry of architecture, DCA buck this trend, with almost a 50-50 balance of gender.  Recently two women in the DCA team have achieved personal milestones that…

  • Future transformers

    We were lucky enough to have two new awesome transformers join the DCA whanau in August.  Cameron Laing, our newest architectural graduate, has returned to Rotorua, his birth town, after working for an architectural practice in Te Awamutu for 10 years on projects from Gisborne to Hamilton and all places in between.  Cameron grew up…

  • check out our feature in UNO. Magazine!

    DCA Architects – A Higher Plane

  • Who’s who, who’s new?

    DCA have two new people on the team. Gina Donelley joined DCA in August and comes from a small local architectural practice. Gina will strengthen the technician team where she’s enjoying the collaborative atmosphere of the office. Manaia Hiha, a former Rotorua Boys High School student, is a recent Bachelor of Architecture graduate from Victoria…

  • 21st Birthday Bash

    In July, DCA celebrated turning 21 years old by splashing out on some new branding and throwing a party at the Toi Ohomai Health and Science building. You may have noticed our new logo and bright colours recently if you’re a loyal Facebook and Instagram follower.  Darryl Church Architecture has recently ‘transformed’ into DCA Architects…