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About Klein

Welcome to Klein. We believe architectural thinking has the power to change lives for the better. In fact, we’ve been doing exactly that since 1991. Our award winning and people focussed practice has delivered transformative design services to government, private businesses and not-for-profit clients throughout New Zealand. It is what we are great at, and what we love doing. A practice for positive change. With a talented and tight-knit team of nearly 40 staff, Klein is widely regarded as New Zealand’s most experienced and acclaimed health care practice. It goes without saying that our success and our passion are one and the same. Driven by a love of life-enhancing architecture, we take great satisfaction in creating beautiful spaces that respect regional and cultural influences, and contribute in some way to the wellbeing of people and communities. Our body of work has strong groundings in the health sector, branching over time into wellness-focused solutions for commercial organisations, universities, retirement facilities and multi-unit residential developments. While we’re well known for delivering projects with considerable scale and complexity, we equally relish applying our architectural, urban design and interior services to smaller, more intimate environments. At Klein, every project is our most important project. Our design solutions come from a deep, immersive understanding of each client’s needs and complexities. This informs our design process, as we apply creativity and methodology to arrive at outcomes that consistently deliver and delight. Design for Wellness Today, we live in a new era of architectural awareness. One where buildings are no longer just functional structures. Instead, we can now recognise them for what they are – complex environments that can have a very real effect on our everyday health and wellbeing. At Klein, this way of thinking underscores everything we do. We strive to create environments that genuinely enhance people’s lives. Architectural solutions that positively influence emotional wellbeing, encourage physical activity, provide quality air and natural lighting, and promote all-round peace of mind. Wellness in design is architecture that celebrates health and harmony. We call it Design for Wellness – and we define it as a carefully considered balance of four key factors:  Health, Sustainability, Happiness and Purpose. Health Environments that contribute to good health are essential to a high quality of life. This is particularly true in healthcare and aged care, where wellness design can assist with healing and recovery, and improve mental and physical comfort for people. Happiness Often overlooked, effective architecture has the ability to positively influence our state of mind. Imaginative design, comfort features, usability and a strong connection to nature and natural systems can contribute to the happiness of users within an environment. Purpose A sense of purpose is important to an individual’s identity, as well as their personal drive – particularly in working environments. Creating practical and efficient spaces where people can achieve their full potential will enhance both personal wellbeing and productivity. Ecology Eco-friendly practices are a given these days. However, a sustainable approach to wellness goes further, extending the focus to people. Healthy environments embrace safer building materials, enhance user comfort and improve noise, light and air quality.  

Welcome to Klein. We believe architectural thinking has the power to change lives for the better. In fact, we’ve been doing exactly that since 1991. Our award winning and people focussed practice has delivered transformative design services to government, private businesses and not-for-profit clients throughout New Zealand. It is what we are great at, and what we love doing. A practice for positive change. With a talented and tight-knit team of nearly 40 staff, Klein is widely regarded as New Zealand’s most experienced and acclaimed health care practice. It goes without saying that our success and our passion are one and the same. Driven by a love of life-enhancing architecture, we take great satisfaction in creating beautiful spaces that respect regional and cultural influences, and contribute in some way to the wellbeing of people and communities. Our body of work has strong groundings in the health sector, branching over time into wellness-focused solutions for commercial organisations, universities, retirement facilities and multi-unit residential developments. While we’re well known for delivering projects with considerable scale and complexity, we equally relish applying our architectural, urban design and interior services to smaller, more intimate environments. At Klein, every project is our most important project. Our design solutions come from a deep, immersive understanding of each client’s needs and complexities. This informs our design process, as we apply creativity and methodology to arrive at outcomes that consistently deliver and delight. Design for Wellness Today, we live in a new era of architectural awareness. One where buildings are no longer just functional structures. Instead, we can now recognise them for what they are – complex environments that can have a very real effect on our everyday health and wellbeing. At Klein, this way of thinking underscores everything we do. We strive to create environments that genuinely enhance people’s lives. Architectural solutions that positively influence emotional wellbeing, encourage physical activity, provide quality air and natural lighting, and promote all-round peace of mind. Wellness in design is architecture that celebrates health and harmony. We call it Design for Wellness – and we define it as a carefully considered balance of four key factors:  Health, Sustainability, Happiness and Purpose. Health Environments that contribute to good health are essential to a high quality of life. This is particularly true in healthcare and aged care, where wellness design can assist with healing and recovery, and improve mental and physical comfort for people. Happiness Often overlooked, effective architecture has the ability to positively influence our state of mind. Imaginative design, comfort features, usability and a strong connection to nature and natural systems can contribute to the happiness of users within an environment. Purpose A sense of purpose is important to an individual’s identity, as well as their personal drive – particularly in working environments. Creating practical and efficient spaces where people can achieve their full potential will enhance both personal wellbeing and productivity. Ecology Eco-friendly practices are a given these days. However, a sustainable approach to wellness goes further, extending the focus to people. Healthy environments embrace safer building materials, enhance user comfort and improve noise, light and air quality.  

Welcome to Klein. We believe architectural thinking has the power to change lives for the better. In fact, we’ve been doing exactly that since 1991. Our award winning and people focussed practice has delivered transformative design services to government, private businesses and not-for-profit clients throughout New Zealand. It is what we are great at, and what we love doing.

A practice for positive change.

With a talented and tight-knit team of nearly 40 staff, Klein is widely regarded as New Zealand’s most experienced and acclaimed health care practice.

It goes without saying that our success and our passion are one and the same. Driven by a love of life-enhancing architecture, we take great satisfaction in creating beautiful spaces that respect regional and cultural influences, and contribute in some way to the wellbeing of people and communities.

Our body of work has strong groundings in the health sector, branching over time into wellness-focused solutions for commercial organisations, universities, retirement facilities and multi-unit residential developments.

While we’re well known for delivering projects with considerable scale and complexity, we equally relish applying our architectural, urban design and interior services to smaller, more intimate environments.

At Klein, every project is our most important project. Our design solutions come from a deep, immersive understanding of each client’s needs and complexities. This informs our design process, as we apply creativity and methodology to arrive at outcomes that consistently deliver and delight.

Design for Wellness

Today, we live in a new era of architectural awareness. One where buildings are no longer just functional structures. Instead, we can now recognise them for what they are – complex environments that can have a very real effect on our everyday health and wellbeing.

At Klein, this way of thinking underscores everything we do. We strive to create environments that genuinely enhance people’s lives. Architectural solutions that positively influence emotional wellbeing, encourage physical activity, provide quality air and natural lighting, and promote all-round peace of mind.

Wellness in design is architecture that celebrates health and harmony.

We call it Design for Wellness – and we define it as a carefully considered balance of four key factors: Health, Sustainability, Happiness and Purpose.

Health

Environments that contribute to good health are essential to a high quality of life. This is particularly true in healthcare and aged care, where wellness design can assist with healing and recovery, and improve mental and physical comfort for people.

Happiness

Often overlooked, effective architecture has the ability to positively influence our state of mind. Imaginative design, comfort features, usability and a strong connection to nature and natural systems can contribute to the happiness of users within an environment.

Purpose

A sense of purpose is important to an individual’s identity, as well as their personal drive – particularly in working environments. Creating practical and efficient spaces where people can achieve their full potential will enhance both personal wellbeing and productivity.

Ecology

Eco-friendly practices are a given these days. However, a sustainable approach to wellness goes further, extending the focus to people. Healthy environments embrace safer building materials, enhance user comfort and improve noise, light and air quality.

 

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