Structural Integrity Ltd is a small architecture and design practice underneath the Remarkables in Queenstown, New Zealand.   We are inspired by the harsh Central Otago and rugged alpine landscapes, lush native bush and the rustic local vernacular, enduring and emerging architecture- but foremost, our clients wishes and needs.


Graham Roebeck- principal

Graham is an architectural designer, award winning sculptural designer, a recognised SketchUp Showcase designer and regular entrant in international and local design competitions with the Kotuku featured on Guggenheim (New York) website.  The 'Beehive' sculpture has featured in magazines in Russia, Scandinvia, the Middle East, South East Asia and hundreds of websites.  He was a recipient of the NZ Institute of Architects (NZIA) Scholarship in 2002 and is a registered LBP designer.     

Career highlights have been co-designing a modern glass church with the late Invercargill architect Neil McDowell, designing his own home at Jacks Point and the Beehive chair below.  As design lead he has worked on projects from an Arrowtown garden gallery to a Zanzibar beach resort.  Working under art directors and a heritage architect he has designed a spacecraft film set and provided compelling imagery to save a Category One heritage protected building of national significance from destruction through proving creative reuse. 


Graham has lived in many areas around the Wakatipu basin and familiar with almost every area, with varied architectural projects in Arrowtown, Arrow Junction, Arthurs Point, Aspen Grove, Atley Downs, Cromwell, Crown Range, Dalefield, Dunedin, Fernhill, Frankton, Gibbston Valley, Glenorchy, Goldfields, Hawthorn Estates, Invercargill, Jack's Point, Kelvin Grove, Kelvin Heights & Peninsula, Kawarau Falls, Kingston, Ladies Mile, Lake Hayes, Lakeside Estates, Lower Shotover, Millbrook, Queenstown Hill, Queenstown CBD, Shotover St, Slopehill, St Andrew's Park, Sunshine Bay, Threepwood,  Thurlby Domain, Te Anau, Tucker Beach, Wanaka and an offshore resort on Zanzibar. He is a Jacks Point approved architectural designer and lives there.

We are presently designing our first Christchurch rebuild house in Sumner.

Every project is different; be it post & beam, steel & glass, superinsulated to Green Star (or to Passivhaus standard), using photo voltaic arrays or geothermal heatpumps, we work with some of the most respected architects, consultants and contractors and collaborate on some pretty cool projects.  From a rustic rammed earth feature wall to a space age film set, from an African beach resort in the Indian ocean to a Island treehouse resort in the South Pacific; from a corporate sculpture to a house of corporate worship, the remarkable design opportunities we have worked on are no less amazing than the people we have worked with, and enjoy working with over again.