Jeremy Salmond has just received the 2018 New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Gold Medal in recognition of an outstanding career in heritage and conservation architecture. He was the founding director of Salmond Reed Architects, and in 2007 was awarded the Queen's Service Order (QSO) for his contribution to the preservation of New Zealand's heritage of significant buildings. He has worked on major projects to rehabilitate and adapt important heritage buildings, including the former Auckland Jewish Synagogue, Auckland's Civic Theatre, the Pompallier Printing House in Russell, St Matthew-in-the-City Church in Auckland, Sacred Heart Cathedral in Wellington, the former Auckland Chief Post Office, and Auckland War Memorial Museum. He is currently the heritage architect for the Britomart Precinct in Auckland. He is the grandson of the well-known Dunedin architect Louis Salmond and the husband of anthropologist Dame Anne Salmond.
The work of Jeremy Salmond