B Arch (Unitec) ANZIA.
Julian is a registered Architect with 35 years experience in the building industry. After an early career in construction working with many Architects, Julian studied Architecture. He joined Mitchell & Stout Architects in 2001 and has been a Director for 15 years.
He has a strong understanding of the pragmatics and craft of building and has a diverse range of experience in both the public and private sectors. Julian has developed years of experience managing contracts from conception through construction, ensuring the overall quality objectives are met in the delivery of a project.
Julian has been project architect for many award winning public, cultural and community projects including the Tauranga Art Gallery, Lopdell House Redevelopment, Te Uru Contemporary Gallery in Titirangi, and the Unitec Landscape & Plant Sciences Building.
Communication, client and on-site liaison, project coordination, management of contracts, and integration of design issues with the documentation are all skills he is very well experienced in.
He has years of experience dealing with multi user groups, arts trusts and local councils and has taught at various architecture schools.
B Arch, Hons (Auck)
From a long line of architects Rachel is a born architectural thinker and has a fine sense of scale, texture and form. Along with her name she brings a wealth of creativity and experience. After majoring in philosophy and art history Rachel went on to study architecture at Unitec. Graduating in 2007 with an Honours degree having won numerous awards, including 3 design scholarships for overseas travel.
Since graduating she has worked on high end residential projects, including multi-unit housing, public art gallery and museum projects and community work. Her experience ranges from the most modest to large, bespoke projects from inception to completion. In 2015 she won an NZIA National Award for an innovative alteration and addition to a 1930’s State House. It was the only project to win in its category that year.
B. Arch (Auck), Fellow NZIA,
2015 NZIA President’s Award.
2014 Chrystall Excellence Award for influence on NZ architecture
Julie has worked on projects ranging from urban planning to private houses, has a particular interest in community buildings. She has experience in working with a variety of stakeholder groups to help realise their projects, and plays a key role in design and co-ordination. Her work includes urban planning, schools and public buildings, commercial developments, multi-unit residential projects and individual houses.