By Colleen Hawkes on Stuff…
Renowned conservation architect Jeremy Salmond QSO FNZIA, winner of the 2018 NZIA Gold Medal in Architecture, died peacefully in Auckland on January 3, the day after his 79th birthday.
The architect, who founded Salmond Reed Architects, leaves a huge legacy of work – he was awarded the Queen’s Service Order in 2007 for his contribution to the heritage preservation of significant buildings throughout New Zealand.
Key historic buildings Salmond worked on include the former Auckland Jewish Synagogue and many marae, Auckland’s Civic Theatre, the Pompallier Printing House in Russell, St Matthew in-the-City Church Auckland, Sacred Heart Cathedral in Wellington, Auckland Art Gallery, the former Auckland Chief Post Office and Auckland War Memorial Museum. He was the heritage architect for the Britomart Precinct in Auckland.
Read the full obituary on Stuff here
Read Jeremy Salmond’s obituary in Architecture Now here.