Jasmax National Award Successes
Congratulations to our clients and project teams for a weekend of national award successes. At the NZIA National Awards, AUT’s Ngā Wai Hono building won the country’s top Education accolade - the Ted McCoy Award for Education, while B:Hive at Smales Farm took home the Interior Award. At the NZILA awards two landscape projects won Awards of Excellence – Te Whau Pathway in the Unbuilt Visionary category, and Christchurch’s An Accessible City in the Infrastructure category.
We are also proud of John Sutherland, who was made a distinguished fellow of the NZIA in recognition of his career spanning six decades of architecture.
NZIA National Interior Award
"With B:Hive, client and architect set out to rethink the purpose and character of a commercial building, and the result is a highly innovative, contemporary working environment: lively but legible, diverse but well-structured, and evidently popular and successful."
Distinguished NZIA Fellow, John Sutherland
"John has had an extraordinarily wide-ranging and accomplished architectural career. Over the course of 60 years in the profession, John has contributed his leadership, knowledge and expertise to architectural and engineering practices, industry groups and government agencies, academic institutions and his own professional body, Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA)... He has made an enormous contribution to his profession and to New Zealand architecture."
NZILA Award of Excellence –Infrastructure