Design & Creative Re-use | Jackie Gillies + Associates

By: Jackie Gillies  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Registered Architect, Historic Buildings


Jackie is a Registered Architect and member of the NZIA and has been practising for nearly thirty years. In addition she holds a Masters in Conservation (Historic Buildings). Jackie brings to the practice a rare combination of design experience with a thorough understanding of heritage principles, with the result that the completed scheme exemplifies the best possible design solution as well as the best current conservation practice.

There is a distinct advantage for the building owner in having the analytical approach of the conservation plan preparation and the ongoing design process under the same roof as it promotes continuity between the two stages.

Keywords: Historic Buildings, Registered Architect

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