Architect Anne Salmond has spent her life designing buildings and is considered a trailblazer in her field. When she graduated from Victoria University in 1980 there were just eight women in her class.
The year before there just two. She set up her practice, Salmond Architecture, after she had the first of her three children before relocating from Wellington to Wanaka, where she's been based ever since.
She joins Kathryn to talk about her career, which has just been capped with being made a Distinguished Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Architects in recognition of her contribution to New Zealand architecture.