2019 Best Awards Shortlist
Finalists for the 2019 Design Institute of New Zealand Best Awards have been announced. We would like to congratulate project teams, and our clients and collaborators, for being shortlisted across five categories.
Finalists for the 2019 Design Institute of New Zealand Best Awards have been announced. We would like to congratulate project teams, and our clients and collaborators, for being shortlisted across five categories.
The accolades keep coming for B:Hive, having been shortlisted in the Offices category of Inside World of Interiors. Inside celebrates the world’s best Interior Design and runs alongside the World Architecture Festival.
Congratulations to our nine staff who have been made Associate Principals. We’re also celebrating 23 further promotions to Associate and Senior Associate. The promotions are a testament to the strength and diversity of the senior leadership within the practice.
We are very proud to announce that City Rail Link (CRL) is a finalist in the highly contested World Architecture Festival. Selected from over 1000 projects from 70 countries around the world, we are proud to be one of the finalists in the Future Projects - Infrastructure category.
Congratulations to our client, collaborators and project team – we are thrilled on announce B:Hive was the Supreme Winner at the 2019 Interior Awards.
In a major milestone for New Zealand’s redevelopment of Scott Base in Antarctica, the Government has allocated funding for the next phase of the design process. We're excited to share what we've been working on.
The 2019 Canterbury NZIA Local Branch Architecture Awards were held yesterday. Congratulations to our clients, collaborators and project teams for taking home four awards. Find out more about our winning projects here.
The University of Waikato’s new Tauranga CBD Campus was officially opened recently. An aspirational project for Tauranga and the Bay of Plenty communities, read more about the opening here.
Congratulations to the collective of six designers commissioned by Auckland Council to create a temporary artwork to honour women’s suffrage in NZ. ‘Soapbox’ will be unveiled 25 May in Takapuna.
The NZIA Auckland Branch Awards were held last night at the ASB Waterfront Theatre. Congratulations to our clients, collaborators and project teams - we were thrilled to take home three awards for the three projects we were shortlisted for.
For the fourth year in a row Jasmax have beaten stiff competition to take the top title in the Auckland Bike Challenge! Thanks to all that participated in challenge. Read more here.
We're pleased to announce the appointment of architects Evelyn Axten and Alistair Luke to Principal in the Wellington Studio. Their appointments will take effect in April.
Onno le Roy, an international architect with a significant healthcare background, joins our growing health studio. He is our second health planner, working alongside registered nurse Anne Moon.
To celebrate 10 years in the South, we invited clients, collaborators and friends to toast with us and reflect on the last 10 years in the South Island at our new Christchurch office downtown.
This year Jasmax welcomed nine new graduates in our annual intake. They joined us following a competitive nationwide recruitment process that started last October.
We’re proud to announce we’re the Architecture Partner for NZ’s premier showcase for contemporary art, Auckland Art Fair, 2019. The Art Fair will take place at the Cloud, 1-5 May.
Jasmax Congratulates new appointments to NZ Registered Architects Board, including Kimberly Browne, who has been appointed for a second term serving on the board.
We're excited to launch the Jasmax Digital Innovation website. With a long history of being innovators, our new site showcases how we're using digital technology to design, visualise and deliver faster and smarter.
The 2019 Sydney Festival is now on, and Moon Drops - a collaborative design by Jasmax, Alt Group and Auckland City Council has featured as number 6 in Timeout's top 20 picks for the festival.
We've been shortlisted for the Dezeen and Mini Living Future Urban Home Competition! We're proud to be the only NZ designers to make the cut. Meet 'Dwelly', our Wellingtonian response to ‘urban homes 100 years in the future’.
Work is well underway on the design of the New Zealand Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. See the animated first look at the design of the pavilion here.
Is New Zealand ready for large scale housing cooperatives? After seeing best-in-class examples in three key European cities, James Whetter joined Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon to discuss how this could work for kiwis.
Arvida's Living Well Park Lane, a unique, highly sustainable retirement village in Christchurch, was recently opened with Hon Amy Adams officiating. Living Well Park Lane represents a new and socially conscious way of retirement living.
This year's theme for the 2018 NZIA Spring Series, 'What's precious?', prompted three evenings of provocative and engaging discussion. It's an interesting time to be in architecture. Read a wrap up here.
Congratulations to our five staff who were promoted at senior level today. We have made two promotions to Associate Principal and three promotions to Senior Associate.
Congratulations to the Jasmax Landscape team! They've won the Learning Environments NZ 2018 Landscaping/Outdoor learning area award for St Andrew’s College’s new playground and landscape.
‘Pop Drop’, a fun and interactive installation of super-sized water-filled droplets, has been reimagined as ‘Moon Drops’ and is heading to Sydney next Jan as part of Sydfest 2019!
Congratulations to our nine staff who were made Associate Principals today. We’re also celebrating 26 promotions to Associate and Senior Associate.
It’s time for the 2018 NZIA Spring Lecture Series. Hosted and organised by Jasmax, this year’s theme of What’s Precious? presents an exciting mix of conversations and presentations. Find out more here.
World Green Building Week is an annual event that motivates and empowers people to deliver greener buildings. This year, two of our projects celebrated Green Campus Day and our sustainability manager received an award.
The 2018 New Zealand Institute of Architects' Festival of Architecture invited the public to join the industry in celebrating NZ Architecture. Jasmax was proud to be a part of several of the week's events.
Sarah Bryant, Senior Workplace Strategist and experienced commercial designer, has been appointed the new business lead for Jasmax’s Workplace Strategy unit, effective September 2018.
In the latest edition of the Take a Walk series, Anne Gibson at the NZ Herald explores the site and passenger experience of Auckland's planned new Aotea Station, part of the City Rail Link. Watch the clip and here.
AUT City Campus’s new School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS) Building, Ngā Wai Hono (WZ) was officially opened last week. Read more about the celebration here.
Jasmax is pleased to announce our new Chief Executive, former NZX-listed company CEO, Sjoerd Post. Sjoerd's appointment signals a new horizon for Jasmax as it enters its sixth decade in operation.
We would like to congratulate Elisapeta Heta for winning the Rising Star (office based) category at the 2018 NAWIC Excellence Awards. The awards recognise the outstanding contribution of women being made across the industry.
See this year’s shortlist for the National round of the NZIA Awards. Congratulations to the GridAKL team as the fitouts for 12 Madden Street & Mason Bros co-working offices compete in the Interior Architecture category.
The 2018 Best Awards finalists have been announced. We would like to congratulate a number of Jasmax project teams, our clients and collaborators for being shortlisted.
Jasmax Associate Principal, Mary Henry, will talk at Emerge #3: Going Big on Thursday 23 August, discussing her role as a project architect leading the delivery of the $56mil award-winning AUT Mana Hauora building.
AUT’s Nga Wai Hono (WZ) Building, new home to AUT’s School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, opened its doors to students this week. Check out a video of the state-of-the-art building here.
Jasmax Architectural Graduate and one of the founding members of Waka Māia, Elisapeta Heta, speaks with Rau Hoskins to 76 Small Rooms about her views of practice and the way it relates to indigenous architecture.
The National Association of Women in Construction have announced their shortlist for their 2018 Excellence Awards and we would like to congratulate Elisapeta Heta for being named a finalist in the Rising Star category.
Seven Sharp checks out the fully operational Mount Albert Grammar School city farm in Auckland and gives a sneak peak of what their new Jasmax-designed MAGS ASB Agricultural Experience Centre will look like. Watch the clip here.
The World Architecture Festival received a record number of entries this year from 81 countries, and we are proud to announce that Te Whau Pathway has made the shortlist in the Infrastructure – Future Project category.
The Property Council NZ’s Industry Awards celebrates the best of New Zealand property development. See which Jasmax projects were recognised at this year's awards.
We would like to congratulate the winners at the Canterbury branch of the NZIA’s Architecture Award ceremony, especially the client and project team behind Christchurch Boys High School’s new hall which won two awards.
Congratulations to all winners at the New Zealand Commercial Project Awards for 2018. We would like to express our congratulations to our project partners for the five projects that we were privileged to be a part of.
Congratulations to our team and our clients for being selected as finalists in three categories of the NZ Interior Awards 2018 last night. The Award winners will be announced at a ceremony on 21 June in Auckland.
With the Wellington and Auckland 2018 NZIA Local Branch Architecture Awards results now announced, we’re delighted to congratulate three of our projects that have been announced as winners.
Jasmax's Alistair Ray is one of the NZ Urban Design Forum committee driving the topical two-day Urbanism NZ Conference in Wellington 'Joining the Dots'. It's the first national discussion around urban design since 2005.
We’re thrilled to be able to share the first image of the design for the New Zealand Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. The pavilion theme is kaitiakitanga, our care for people and place and for future generations.
Co-working, what’s next? The 2018 CoreNet Symposium on 3rd May at Shed 10 in Auckland promises to be interesting. We have designed the 'Jasmax hub', a comfortable place for attendees to work during the symposium.
Tim Stephens discusses the value of architects staying at the cutting edge of VR and other cross reality tools in Architecture Now. "We say VR is the common ground between the designer and the client."
Take a video tour of the $220 million Rutherford Regional Science and Innovation Centre at the University of Canterbury. The Ernest Rutherford Building opened in early 2018. The tour was created by a current PhD student.
Congratulations Mike Thomas for being awarded a fellowship by the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects. It's an acknowledgment of Mike’s substantial contribution to the landscape architecture industry.
The collapse of the CTV building in the 2011 earthquake in Christchurch resulted in the loss of 115 lives. Jasmax, as part of a consortium, designed a tribute on the site. It opened on 21th February 2018.
Principal James Whetter and Housing Strategist Leonie Freeman joined Tony Murrell on Sunday morning's Home & Garden Show. Can NZ accept new housing models if we want more affordable housing options?
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.
The second national Aotearoa Bike Challenge encourages thousands of New Zealanders to take up cycling. The month long challenge saw many of our Jasmax staff getting involved in the action. Read more here.
Check out the article published in The Herald this weekend. Simon Wilson at the NZ Herald takes a tour of the City Rail Link to see how it's progressing. "These stations will make this city famous."
Jasmax-Hugh Broughton Architects have been appointed the specialist architecture team for the redevelopment of Antarctica NZ's Scott Base. A challenge in designing for one of the world's most extreme environments.
The University of Canterbury's new Rutherford Regional Science & Innovation Centre was officially opened by current Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday. The building is one of the largest university rebuilds in the country.
Workplace Strategists Sarah Bryant and Leighton Abbot were interviewed by RadioNZ's Meghan Whelan on Thursday 18 Jan. In the day's Feature Interview, the pair discussed the how to create a successful open workplace design.
Principal Chris Jack gives us an update on the City Rail Link. He summarises some highlights from CRL's second annual Sustainability Report, and says Auckland should be getting excited about what's coming.
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.
Tim Stephens, Jasmax's Digital innovation Lead, features in New Zealand VR / AR Association's inaugural forecast report. Released on 19 October 2017, the report predicts strong Virtual Reality sector growth in NZ.
The Designers Institute of New Zealand Best Awards were held on Friday 6th of October. We'd like to congratulate and celebrate the 12 awards Jasmax projects and people picked up on the night.
Auckland's newest co-working offices opened on Friday 6 October 2017. As part of the opening events, Jasmax's Tim Stephens presented Virtual Reality capability in architecture during a Digital innovation Summit session.
The biggest event series in the architecture calendar is back for 2017. The NZIA Spring Lecture Series, hosted and organised by Jasmax promises three nights of events (Oct-Nov).
Earlier this month, Christchurch Boys' High School (CBHS) celebrated the opening of their new hall. Read more about the project and the opening ceremony.
Jasmax has been working in conjunction with Harrison Grierson consultants to create concepts for a new on-street Bus Interchange in the heart of the Tauranga CBD - Read more about the project.
Christchurch's Harewood Underpass won the Commercial Exterior Award, and was named runner-up in the 2017 Resene Colour Awards' top category, the Nightingale Award, at last night's ceremony.
The ACENZ Innovate Awards of Excellence celebrate innovation and technical excellence from all engineering disciplines, and were recently held in Taupo. The SMP for Omaru Creek was presented an Award of Merit.
One of the greenest buildings of the Canterbury rebuild, Ara Institute of Canterbury's new Architecture and Engineering Facility was recently opened in Christchurch.
The finalists for the 2017 Best Awards have been announced and we're happy to congratulate a number of our teams for being shortlisted! Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony to be held in Auckland.
Whenua Pupuke - The Waitemata Clinical Skills Centre was recently opened at North Shore Hospital. The newly designed clinical learning and research centre supports the training needs of Waitemata DHB's 6,700 staff.
51 projects across a range of sectors have been named in the shortlist for the 2017 New Zealand Architecture Awards, held by the NZIA. Congratulations to the AUT Mana Hauora (MH) Team, named as an Education finalist.
Architecture+Women NZ will hold their 2017 Awards ceremony in Wellington, on the 26th of August. We'd like to congratulate Mary Henry who has been shortlisted for the Wirihana Leadership Award.
Broadfield School recently opened their new “cutting-edge country” learning and administration hub, providing a 2 classroom equivalent flexible learning space, reflective of the school's rural heritage.
Four Māori design case studies have recently been published on Auckland Council’s Auckland Design Manual; including Ōtāhuhu Station. Watch the video to learn more about the process.
The fourth in a series of annual sustainability reports, the outlook for 2017 is one of understanding how we make our practice restorative; not just sustainable.
Matt Watson was named as the recipient of Jasmax’s Ivan Mercep Award for 2016/17. His proposal, ''TogetherAlone' is a research project that looks at designing spaces for introverts and ambiverts, as well as extroverts.
Jasmax Wellington welcomes the experienced and award-winning David Giera as Architectural Design Leader to their studio. David's delivered a number of prominent developments in the Wellington market.
Principal Shirley Chin took part in this year's Lifewise Big Sleep Out. Continuing a Jasmax tradition for the sixth year, Lifewise's initiative aims to raise awareness of homelessness in New Zealand amongst business leaders.
We're pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Marshall and Justin Evatt to the Principal Leadership group at Jasmax. A recognition of their continued commitment to the betterment of the AEC industry in New Zealand.
The 2017 Property Council Awards were held at Auckland's Spark Arena on Friday 16 June. We’re thrilled that two Jasmax projects received Excellence awards - AUT's Mana Hauora and CDHB's Burwood Hospital.
Congratulations to Sarah Bryant, Andrew Grant and Jerome Partington who have been promoted to Associate Principals. We're also celebrating 36 Promotions to Associate and Senior Associate.
Pop Drop, an interactive installation, was imagined by five designers at Jasmax and produced in association with Pop – an Auckland-based organisation whose aim is to create spectacles – legally – within the city.
Congratulations to the CDHB and project team with Burwood Hospital winning in the Public Architecture Category at the NZIA Canterbury Branch Awards last night in Christchurch. Read what the judges had to say.
Friday 22 May saw the official announcement of Ngai Tūhoe’s tribal headquarters achieving Living Building certification. One of only 15 in the world, this building's sustainable design goes a long way to restore nature.
The 2017 New Zealand Commercial Project Awards were held on Friday 12 May in Auckland. Four projects Jasmax has been involved in were recognised at the awards - read more here.
The Rakahuri Building at Rangiora High School was opened today by Associate Minister of Education, Louise Upston. Read more about the building here.
The annual NZIA Auckland Branch Awards were held last night recognising forty-three projects ranging from Commercial and Education projects to Residential, Urban Design and Interior Architecture.
Mayank Thammalla, Robert Park and Rebecca Wennerstrand were recently recognised with one of 22 Honourable Mentions in the annual global eVolo 2017 Skyscraper Competition. Read more about their entry here.
The Resene NZILA Pride of Place Awards were held last night in Wellington with Jasmax taking out three excellence awards. Read more about the award winning projects.
This year all four Jasmax Studios joined 14,194 participants nationwide, for the Aotearoa Bike Challenge. Read more about how our team were involved and where we placed in the challenge.
Last week saw the official opening of AUT's new Mana Hauora (MH) Building - the first major development at AUT’s South Campus in Manukau. Read more about the celebration.
The Kahukura building at Ara Institute in Christchurch opened it's doors to the NZIA, IPENZ and students. A site visit whilst still under construction, the project is due for completion later this year.
Our Residential studio welcomes specialist Senior Interior Designer Tessa Pawson to their team. Her 13 years experience in the industry grows the capacity of the team to deliver high-quality residential developments.
This week we welcomed 17 recent graduates to the Jasmax team. Their skills span the Architecture and Interior Design disciplines and they'll be adding to the teams in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Te Takitaki, an installation designed and created by four architectural graduates, has won this year's Brick Bay Folly Competition. Learn more about their winning submission.
With visitor numbers projected to grow in the area, the Tauranga City Council have recently received approval for a new information and i-Site in Mount Maunganui. Find out more.
The Timber Design Awards were held in Auckland last night. Congratulations to the Jasmax Vodafone InnoV8 project team, for being named finalists in the NZ Specialty Timber Category.
Due for completion in mid-2017, the Victoria Street Development provides a key linkage along Wellington's golden mile and will act as a junction between the Lambton Quay shopping quarter and the cultural heart of the city.
Al Hood speaks to Wallace Chapman (RNZ) about how slow-thinking can benefit individuals, and be good for business.
Architectural Graduate and Co-Leader of Waka Māia, Elisapeta Heta has recently been co-opted as the Ngā Aho representative to the NZIA Board.
"After visiting the iconic Te Wharehou o Tūhoe building in Tāneatua, 13-year-old Haeora Boynton-Rata, made a firm promise to become an architect." We invited Haeora to visit Jasmax to talk about the design.
With a focus on education design for all personality types, Matt Watson from our Christchurch Studio has been awarded the Ivan Mercep Award for 2016.
The national round of the New Zealand Institute of Architecture Awards took place on Friday 11 November, in Wellington. Jasmax received three awards on the night.
Manurewa and Te Puea Maraes have opened their doors this year to members of the public in an effort to ease Auckland's growing homeless problems. Find out more.
Jasmax played host to the 2016 Design Charrette as part of this year's Architecture Week hosted by the NZIA. This year, participants were presented with a real life brief.
This new sculptural subway is the latest addition to the Christchurch transport network that aims to raise the profile of cycling and walking in the city.
As part of the Art in Jasmax series, Dunedin-based artist Simon Kaan is currently showcasing a new piece at the Jasmax Auckland studio. Learn more here.
The annual Best Awards was held last Friday 14 October, with five Jasmax project teams recognised at this year's design awards. Find out more here!
The AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards celebrates business success by looking at those who support or contribute to other businesses. Find out more here.
Not even the weather could deter a keen Jasmax team on conveying alternate possibilities to spaces currently governed by car parking! Check out their installation here.
We're excited to deliver this year's GRI Sustainability Report. Learn about our journey and what the future holds as we strive to be leaders in delivering sustainable outcomes.
Get some friends together and head over to 44 George Street, Auckland, to raise funds for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust. Live and silent auctions, live music and dinner and drinks included.
We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Kimberly Browne as the newest member to the New Zealand Registered Architects Governance Board. Find out more here.
The Hays NAWIC Excellence Awards recognise the efforts and achievements of women in the construction industry - We'd like to congratulate Sarah Bryant and Rula Alatia for their success at the awards held in Wellington.
We're looking forward to the annual Architecture Week! There's a tonne of informative and engaging events that promise to appeal to a wide range of audiences. Find out more.
We're pleased to announce the appointment of environmental lawyer, Karen Price, and entrepreneur, Melissa Clark-Reynolds, as Independent Directors of the Jasmax Board.
We're thrilled to announce our colleagues Sarah Bryant and Rula Alatia have been shortlisted for the Hays NAWIC Excellence Awards. Winners will be announced on September 14.
The recent Tauranga Design Series invited acclaimed feather artist Fiona Kerr Gedson to exhibit in our Tauranga Studio. The work features as part of a showcase series, intended to celebrate local artists, designers & innovators.
Opening celebrations for the new Vodafone's InnoV8 building took place on Wednesday 27 July. The new HQ located in the Christchurch Innovation Precinct showcases a high-tech workplace design for the future.
The creative industries are an interesting place to work, but imagining what a day-to-day looks like can be a bit of a stretch. We invited high school students from Colleges around Auckland into our studio to find out a little more.
NotYetKnown a strategic + creative consultancy hosted an event to discuss the future of work & workspaces at the Auckland Jasmax studio on Wednesday 13 July. Find out more.
The Interiors Awards revealed its 10 winners at last night awards and networking gala held at St Matthew-in-the-City. The awards recognise a diverse range of projects and industry professionals that participate across nine main categories. Read more here.
The Property Council NZ Awards celebrate innovation, design and building ingenuity. We're pleased to have two projects awarded among the 92 projects that were competing across 11 categories. Find out more here.
The Christchurch Architecture Awards were held at Hagley Oval Pavilion on the evening of Thursday 26 May. Lane Neave - 141 Cambridge Terrace was one of the 28 projects awarded across seven categories.
We're excited to see the Victoria Street Development progressing in the Wellington CBD. Work is now underway to bring Wellington's newest laneway revitalisation to life.
We are thrilled to congratulate a number of our colleagues and friends, as they’re promoted to Associates, Senior Associates and Associate Principals within the practice.
Oratia-based sculptor Rene Jansen will be showcasing his latest works in an up-and-coming exhibition held at the Auckland Jasmax studio.
The Wellington Architecture Awards were hosted at the National Library on Wednesday 4 May. We're pleased to celebrate the success of the NZ Post House in the Interior Architecture category.
2047 Days is a collection of moments captured by the Jasmax Christchurch studio living and working in post-quake Canterbury.
The Waikato and Bay of Plenty architecture awards were hosted in Hamilton on Friday 29 April. The new factory for Architectural Profiles Ltd was one of 23 projects awarded across six categories.
We are pleased to announce that Hunter Gillies was appointed a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Architects (FNZIA) at the Auckland Branch awards on Thursday 28 April.
Learn about our sustainable journey and progress in our first GRI Report, completed for the 2015 year.
Opening night of Auxiliary Works received a hefty crowd of art lovers interested in seeing the best and freshest works from our talented Jasmaxers. This eclectic exhibition will be showing from 17 March to 5 April, so be sure to check it out at Newmarket's Railway Street Studio.
The University of Otago's new Dental School is approaching detailed design phase. As part of this, the School are being decanted out of existing premises to make way for demolition and the new building.
Will you be near Wellington’s Midland Park on Wednesday 11 March? Come and visit us at our installations as part of the 2015 Park[ing] day.
There are still a couple of places left on the 2016 Permaculture Design Certificate workshop programme. Find out how you can join the course.
The NZI Centre has achieved a 'market leading' score under the National Australian Built Environment Rating System New Zealand (NABERSNZ) energy rating scheme.
After a seven year hiatus, Jasmax's internal Ivan Mercep Award has returned. Watch this short video to find out more about the award and this year's two winners, Arnika Blount and Sarah Rothwell.
It is with sadness that we mourn the passing of JasMaD co-founder, architect and historian Stephen A. Jelicich ONZM.
Returning after a seven year hiatus, the Ivan Mercep has unprecedentedly been awarded to two recipients, Jasmax's Arnika Blount and Sarah Rothwell.
This year, team members from Jasmax were involved in three successful entries to the competition, two of which have been named as finalists.
Avondale College’s redevelopment was recognised as one of New Zealand’s best at this year’s National Institute of Architecture Awards. A three phase redevelopment undertaken over four years, the recognition is testament to the dedication of the school and its Board, and the project and contractor teams.
Dan Gillingham from The Earnest Workshop draws patrons to the third installment of the Tauranga Design Series. Find out more about TEW exhibition that explores consumerism, craftsmanship and sustainability.
Congratulations to the three Jasmax project and client teams who were recognised at this year's design awards! We're pleased to see these efforts recognised by our peers, as these three projects faced tough competition in their respective categories.
Lunchtime talks happening all week at the City Gallery Wellington. We're also pleased to open our Wellington studio to the Festival's 'Studio Walk' this Saturday 26 September - come to say hello, join the tour!
We're thrilled to celebrate with Natalie Seagar, as she has been selected as a finalist within the World of Wearable Arts Festival for 2015. We spoke to Natalie to find out more about the design of her entry piece; 'Another Brick in the Wall'.
We've entered a team into CanTeen's The Crank this year. Help us to reach our fundraising target and find out who from Jasmax will be getting into the saddle for the 12-hour RPM® session.
Students from the Bay Of Plenty Polytechnic were invited to present their latest projects at our Tauranga studio. Find out more about the Moving Image exhibitions that explores intimacy, surveillance and persona.
Christchurch's newest commercial development picked up five awards at the Window Association of New Zealand Awards on Friday 26 June 2015.
Congratulations to Tim Robinson, Shauna Herminghouse, Tristram Collett and John Dennehy as they've been promoted to Associate Principals. We've also made 28 Senior Associate and Associate announcements.
We're pleased to announce the appointment of four new Principals to our leadership team. These additions are reflective of these individuals' commitment to both our clients and the strengthening of the Jasmax culture.
Our very own Meg Rowntree will be took part in Lifewise's annual fundraiser The Big Sleepout, on Thursday 2 July. An initiative to raise awareness of homelessness in New Zealand, over 130 business professionals are collecting donations before sleeping rough on the streets of Auckland.
The Art in Jasmax series arrives in Tauranga! Tailored to the region, the Tauranga Design Series was pleased to invite local artist Sarah Backler in to the Studio with her latest ceramics exhibition. Hosting an evening event, find out how Sarah...
We're pleased to celebrate the success of our very own Meg Rowntree as she was awarded winner of the Emerging Design Professional category at last night's presentation ceremony.
The Property Council NZ's Industry Awards celebrate excellence in property development judged on factors from economics to vision, innovation and efficiency of operation. See which Jasmax projects were recognised in this year's awards.
The New Zealand Institute of Architecture has awarded 45 projects in this year's round of Local Architecture Awards. As part of this, we're pleased that three of our projects were awarded Winners.
In celebration of Matariki, we're proud to welcome Jamie Boynton and his new exhibition 'HeiTiki: Seed of Creation' in to our Auckland Studio. Find out more about how these New Zealand icons came into creation.
We're pleased to have worked with the Auckland War Memorial Museum as they've developed this exciting exhibition to mark the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. Opening 24 April as part of the ANZAC commemorations.
A new interactive installation in the entry halls of our Auckland studio will have you stopping in your tracks to play. An exploration of how we, as humans, interact with natural systems has resulted three very different artistic outputs.
One year into construction the ward blocks at Christchurch's Burwood Hospital are starting to take shape. A major healthcare development as part of the city's re-build, the project is on track for its 2016 completion.
The International Living Future's Executive Director, Amanda Sturgeon, will be speaking at a number of events between 19-25 March, across New Zealand. Find out where and how to book your tickets.
We're excited to announce the launch of a new entity of the Jasmax group, NotYetKnown. This strategic + creative consultancy helps clients to generate transformational change in the way we work, live and learn.
Three of our architectural graduates are working with Auckland Council to deliver a workshop that looks at how design professionals and the engaged public, can ‘integrate Arts and Culture into our everyday lives’.
We’ve been using BIM for a while now, and were pleased to work with BRANZ to look at how we applied its use on the design and build of North Shore Hospital’s award-winning Elective Surgery Centre.
Third year students of Unitec’s Bachelor of Landscape Architecture programme are the latest artists to adorn the halls of Jasmax Auckland.
Our Tauranga studio has moved to First Avenue. This growing studio has done a smart job on their new home’s interior fit out. Take a peek here.
We're pleased to congratulate the Jasmax team for winning a AAA Visionary Architecture Awards. They took home the 'Work in Progress' win for the design of a Mobile Transit Lounge.
We're pleased to announce changes to our Interiors leadership team. Working with Regional Leaders across our four studios, Alasdair Hood and Shirley Chin will focus on design and national studio leadership.
Bill Reed, internationally renowned Thought-Leader, Architect and Systems Practice Specialist and father of Integrated Design, will be speaking at the NZIA Resene Sustainability Series 2014 and additional events.
Friday 10 October was a night of celebrations with six Jasmax project teams recognised as both winners and finalists at this year's Best Awards.
Entries for Brick Bay's first ever Architectural Awards design competition, Folly 2015, are now open. Supporting young and emerging NZ architects and architectural students and a design build competition.
The memorial wall, designed by Jasmax's Landscape Architecture team, has today been unveiled by the last surviving Gilbert Island Coast Watcher.
We're pleased and excited to announce the appointment of 6 new Principals. With diverse experience across a range of sectors and disciplines, we're looking forward to the opportunities.
Check out the comedy, tidy typography and impressive graphic work in these shortlisted finalists of our 50 years "My City" Video Competition.
"A house that can re-design itself to make any Kiwi occasion better". Find out more about this innovative design residing at Auckland's Wynyard Quarter.
'Satire, austerity and tranquility'. Three Jasmax architectural graduates present their final year theses at our Auckland offices. Three individual and diverse presentations.
50 Years of Jasmax: A video celebrating Jasmax's collective achievements and looking forward to another 50 years of designing places for people.
The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron has confirmed Jasmax Principal, Andy Anderson, as their new Commodore.
We congratulate our colleagues on their successes, and recognise their individual talents and skills as they continue to deliver to the needs of our clients.
Every day we travel through our towns and cities, so intensely familiar, that we take the details for granted. Help us to help people start seeing the detail again. Find out how to enter here.
The new six-storey office building at 141 Cambridge Terrace overlooking the Avon River in Christchurch reached a milestone last week with the first of eight steel rocking frames being lifted into place.
Celebrations continue as eight Jasmax projects win twelve awards at the Property Council New Zealand's Industry Awards on Friday 6 June.
We're celebrating the successes of three of our project teams as they picked up a number of awards at the NZIA National Awards last Friday 9 May.
Here we celebrate the life of JASMaD co-founder, good friend, inspirational mentor and craftsman architect, Ivan Mercep.
Tim Hooson, Jasmax Principal and Head of Workplace Strategy, was invited to Frog Recruitment's 'iNTREPENEUR' Breakfast to discuss how the office environment really can influence performance and productivity in the workplace.
We're pleased to introduce Ponsonby-based artist Kathryn Stevens and her self-titled installation, exploring construction of space and our perception of it, to our Auckland offices. Find out more.
Jasmax were proud to attend the official opening of Tūhoe Te Uru Taumatua's Te Kura Whare, one of New Zealand's most advanced sustainable buildings. The completion of the new headquarters for the iwi marks a pivotal occasion for the tribe and the advancements of sustainable architecture.
The Jasmax Wellington office have vacated their home on Victoria Street! Not only has the Wellington team moved to a more central location at 215 Lambton Quay, they now have a front row seat to observe city-life.
Euan Mac Kellar has been appointed to the Registered Architect's Board. With 20 years' experience in the industry, his breadth of projects span both international and national developments.
Tim Hooson, Jasmax Principal was recently appointed the newest Chair of the New Zealand Green Building Council.