As a Jasmax Principal, Nick combines his architectural expertise with a passion for sustainable design. His blend of commercial, retail and hospitality expertise have enabled Nick to make significant and on-going contributions in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga and Christchurch.
While his experience spans different sectors and geographical borders, Nick’s projects all benefit from his ability to effectively integrate diverse design talents and skillsets. This ability to facilitate integration has enabled Nick to amass an impressive track record in sustainable design – where a holistic approach is critical. He was the project architect for the highly-regarded NZI Centre, a commercial office project which was the first building in NZ to receive a five-star accreditation by the New Zealand Green Building Council. Nick has continued to build on the knowledge gained from this project, applying his experience to the recently completed Quad5 for Auckland Airport and the Sharpac Building for Sharp Tudhope – both of which have strong sustainability credentials.
Nick is an incredibly versatile architect, he’s currently working with Auckland Airport on a capacity project for the International Terminal, yet he’s equally adept working in the hospitality sector, having created the design guidelines for the Mac’s Brew Bar and the interior fitout for the Elephant Wrestler bar in Takapuna.
In addition, Nick continues to be active in both Hamilton and the Bay of Plenty. Successful projects such as CityGate and Comvita provided the impetus for the Tauranga Office, which continues to grow under Nick’s leadership.