Jerome Buckwell

Principal

Architecture, Support, Auckland

Qualifications & Affiliations

  • Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) (University of Technology, Sydney)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Architecture (University of Technology, Sydney)
  • Registered Architect (New Zealand Architects’ Act 2005)
  • Member of the NZIA
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 Buckwell

Since joining Jasmax in 2009, Jerome held project lead roles on a number of projects, before becoming Head of Design Technology; a role he held until early 2017.

Jerome's experience in a range of projects within the industry combined with his ability to carry projects from inception, through design stages to construction makes him an invaluable resource at Jasmax. His experience is complemented by an enthusiastic and approachable personality, allowing him to work effectively both as a leader and team member. Jerome has a passion for well designed, quality, innovative architecture.

Prior to developing the Design Technology team, Jerome managed the design, documentation and delivery of the Merchant Quarter, a mixed-use development at the heart of New Lynn. The development comprises of three buildings:

Building A, a three-storey mixed-use building with retail at ground floor and medical centre office space above; Building B, a mixed-use building with retail at ground level and three levels of car parking above, and a 10-storey residential tower accommodating 110 apartments.

Jerome has also worked on a wide range of projects from the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, masterplanning work for the University of Auckland and AUT University, as well as numerous design competitions.

Prior to joining Jasmax, Jerome moved to New Zealand from Sydney via London. While in Sydney, he worked for two of the city’s most celebrated architectural practices, Candalepas and Associates and Tzannes Associates, working on a variety of residential, commercial and civic projects. In 2001, Jerome moved to London where he worked for seven years on a variety of projects ranging from small bars, PPP projects for the London Underground to leading a 26 million GBP 76 apartment development in central London.

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