Sir Miles Warren, ONZ, KBE, FNZIA (born in Christchurch in 1929) is New Zealand's foremost modern architect. He apprenticed under Cecil Wood before studying architecture at The University of Auckland, eventually working at the London County Council where he was exposed to British New Brutalism. Upon returning to Christchurch, and forming the practice Warren & Mahoney, he was instrumental in developing the "Christchurch School" of architecture, an intersection between the truth-to-materials and structural expression that characterised Brutalism, and the low-key, Scandinavian and Japanese commitment to “straightforwardness". He retired from Warren & Mahoney in 1994, but continues to consult as an architect and maintain his historic home and garden at Ohinetahi.
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