RadioLIVE: Affordable Housing, James Whetter
Principal James Whetter and Housing Strategist Leonie Freeman joined Tony Murrell on Sunday morning's Home & Garden Show. Can New Zealand accept new housing models if we want more affordable housing options?
Solving the Housing Crisis: What if Architects were the Rulers of the Universe?
How can we make a dent in solving the New Zealand housing crisis? Principal James Whetter summarises the key actionable items discussed at an expert panel of housing strategists, architects and urban designers. Housing models, funding structures, density done well, bipartisan political agreement around a long term housing strategy. It's all documented, but how do we get traction?
The Foundries at 61 Wellington Street are Freemans Bay's newest residential offering. The development consists of 19 boutique townhouses within the centre of the city.
Expo 2020 Design Team Announced
Jasmax has been appointed the design lead for the New Zealand pavilion at Expo 2020. Hosted in Dubai, the Expo will see over 180 nations come together to strengthen relations across economy, science and industry.
Matt leads a studio team focused on public infrastructure. He has specialist expertise in the successful integration of redevelopment and revitalisation projects within existing urban fabrics.
Tim specialises in rethinking how built environments can harness innovation. He has previously worked with clients such as Westpac, Auckland Airport and Vodafone on these kind of developments.
Stephen works on large scale, complex and highly collaborative projects extending across a wide range of typologies including tertiary education and research, master-planning, retail, transport, healthcare, and commercial projects.
Euan Mac KellarPrincipal
Euan leads a skilled design team specialising in the inherent complexities of developments in the health and education sectors. His project experience ranges from campus-wide redevelopments and hospital masterplanning, to stadium sections and surf lifesaving clubs.
Jasmax: NZ Architect for Antarctica Scott Base
Jasmax-Hugh Broughton Architects have been appointed the specialist architecture team for the redevelopment of Antarctica NZ's Scott Base. At the foot of Mt Erebus, the project promises a challenge in designing for one of the most extreme environments in the world.
Chris is a strong strategic thinker, with a sustainable design philosophy. He creates unique and functional design outcomes. His excellent communication and interpersonal skills give him a natural ability to manage projects that benefit from community and stakeholder engagement.
City Rail Link (CRL)Auckland
The City Rail Link is a transformational development for Auckland. Extending the rail capacity of the city by 2020, the proposed lines will provide more public transport options than ever before.
Tim StephensDigital Innovation Lead - Senior Associate
A registered architect with over 10 years’ experience, Tim has combined his architectural training with his passion for new and emerging technologies to become Jasmax’s specialist Digital Innovation Lead.
Three AR Tools to ask your Architect for Now
Ever wondered what it would be like to have X-ray vision – so you can see services hidden behind walls? With Augmented Reality, you don’t need to imagine anymore.Tim Stephens shares three augmented reality tools you can ask your architect for right now.
AUT Sir Paul Reeves BuildingAuckland
The Sir Paul Reeves Building is the new home of AUT’s acclaimed School of Communications and the latest project in a relationship between Jasmax and AUT that has spanned over twenty years.
Richard Harris, Distinguished Fellow
Principal and former Chairman of Jasmax, Richard Harris has been announced a Distinguished Fellow by the New Zealand Institute of Architects. He is one of only four to hold this title.
After very real threats of demolition, this project provided major conservation, restoration and re-invigoration of a late 1920s atmospheric cinema, much loved for its eccentric fantasy and grandeur.