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Claude Walter Megson

Architect

Claude Walter Megson, New Zealand architect. Recipient Numerous Design awards, Auckland Architect Association, National Merit award, 1969, National Design awards, 1970, 1978. Committee member, advisor St. Heliers Bay Foreshore Society, Auckland, 1984; Member of New Zealand Institute Architects.

Background

Megson, Claude Walter was born on July 29, 1936 in Whangarei, New Zealand. Son of Cecil Wallace and Anne Jean (Storey) Storey.

Education

Diploma in Architect, University Auckland, 1962. Master of Architecture, University Auckland, 1969.

Career

Architect, Auckland, New Zealand, since 1963. Senior lecturer School Architect, University Auckland, since 1969.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Wade house, Good house, Cocker Townhouses, Ree's Townhouses, Hill house, Bowker house, Norris house, Green house, Taupo house, Megson house.

Membership

Committee member, advisor St. Heliers Bay Foreshore Society, Auckland, 1984. Member of New Zealand Institute Architects.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Classical music, photography, modern art, gardening.

Connections

Married Cherie Elizabeth Willson Megson, October 5, 1968. Children: Emma Dominique, Chloe Victoria.

father:
Cecil Wallace Storey

mother:
Anne Jean (Storey) Storey

spouse:
Cherie Elizabeth Willson Megson

child:
Emma Dominique Megson

child:
Chloe Victoria Megson