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Ted McCoy

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Name  Ted McCoy

Role  Architect
Ted McCoy
Books  A Southern Architecture: The Work of Ted McCoy

Edward John "Ted" McCoy, ONZM (born 1925) is a retired Dunedin, New Zealand architect. He designed the sanctuary of St Pauls Cathedral, completed in 1970 and the Richardson (formerly Hocken) Building of the University of Otago, completed in 1979, among many others. In 1950 he established McCoy and Wixon Architects, joined in partnership by Peter Wixon in 1967.



  • Otago Boys' High School development
  • 1950 Aquinas College
  • 1970 St Paul's Cathedral sanctuary
  • 1973 Archway Lecture Theatre Complex
  • 1979 Richardson Building, formerly known as the Hocken Building
  • 1986 Castle Lecture Theatre Complex
  • 1969 University College
  • 1983 Broadwater (private home), Doctors Point, Waitati
  • 1991, 1999 East Taieri Presbyterian Church administrative and fellowship centre at the rear of the building.
  • 2000 Otago Museum atrium
  • Recognition

  • 2002 New Zealand Institute of Architects gold medal for lifetime achievement in architecture.
  • 2005 Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit, for services to architecture and architectural heritage.
  • 2008 Honorary doctor of laws degree from the University of Otago
  • 2009 Dunedin Heritage Trust Bluestone Award
  • References

    Ted McCoy Wikipedia

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