Founded in 2005, Construkt quickly established itself as a leader in residential masterplanning, urban design and formed in 2005, but has roots that go back a further 20 years to Gibbs’ commencement in private practice in – check out our portfolio.
Construkt is a team of diverse and talented people who enjoy being challenged by new ideas and ways of thinking. And we support our people to grow and develop – both professionally and personally.
We also know that everyone’s needs are different so we like to help our people get their work-life balance right.
Madushin Amarasekara – Director
Prior to joining Construkt in 2013 with 13 years post graduate experience, Madushin had established himself working as a senior architect, project team leader and designer
Madushin’s accomplishments as a project architect span the Pacific and China, and include major award-winning projects overseas.
A Building Information Modeling (BIM) and 3D modeling expert, with 12 years’ experience.
Experienced in small- to large-scale residential, retail and commercial architecture.
New Zealand-trained and registered, Madushin is one of Construkt’s three principal architects. Sports-mad and a car enthusiast, Madushin was born in Sri Lanka, but raised in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa – and now calls New Zealand home. Prior to joining Construkt in 2013, he had established himself working as a senior architect, project team leader, and designer.
Alex Sullivan-Brown – Architectural Graduate
Alex joined Construkt in 2016 after completing his Masters of Architecture at the University of Auckland
Alex is an expert in digital modelling and rendering with strong CAD and freehand drawing skills.
Has a keen interest in using technology to optimise design and build processes.
Holds an MArch (Prof) from the University of Auckland.
An active turf hockey player, Alex hails from Taranaki but moved to Auckland to complete his architectural training. Interested in digital systems, Alex sees the future of building being driven by innovations in architectural software.
Kate Watson – Associate
Kate’s particular areas of expertise are strategic and place-based urban design, and architecture up to the Resource Consent Stage.
Her long list of design and planning credits include the 100ha Temple View Masterplan.
Intensive housing development specialist.
BAS; BArch Hons; MUrbDes Hons, PGCertPlan, NZSA graduate member; member of the Urban Design Forum and the Resource Management Law Association.
Born in Wellington, but an Aucklander for 20 years now, Kate’s spiritual home is Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf. “I love visiting. Once I set foot there all my stress and worries seem to disappear. The food, drink, and company are usually pretty good too.”