Hi, I’m Rose.

Hi, I’m Rose, the newest member of ATA. How and why buildings are put together in a certain way pulls me in. I want to know more. I want to learn. I want to get well involved. When I’m not at ATA I work part-time for a shrink-wrapping business so I know the practical aspect of the built form as well as the theoretical. 
 
Bay of Plenty is home. Growing up we made our own fun, mostly outside. I was part of Youth Search and Rescue during secondary school. That time taught me a lot about the power of nature and the importance of respecting it. I’m the happiest outside. Tramping, mountain biking, gym, and jet skiing are a few of my favourites. I would say I’m hard working yet easy going. In terms of design, I like experimenting. Go bold. 
 
People inspire me. How they go about life and what they take out of it. The people that go hard to smash their goals make me want to smash mine. I was drawn to Adam Taylor Architecture as they like to experiment with different materials and styles which makes every project so different. The company is different, it’s cool, and I wanted to be part of that.
 
One day (a good few years away we hope!) I’d love to work alongside my partner, a Tauranga-based builder, and smash some more goals, have kids and explore the world. 

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