The Frankton Boatshed and Old Ticket Office
Conservation + Creative Re-use of Historic Buildings
Jackie Gillies + Associates carry out building conservation, creative re-use and associated archaeology of historic buildings and sites to the highest possible professional standards as well as promoting awareness of building conservation. The Practice, with offices in Queenstown and Dunedin, comprises a small team of professionals with like minded values, each with divergent but complimentary skills. It practices mainly in the South Island whilst also offering its expertise to the rest of New Zealand and Australasia.
Jackie Gillies + Associates are delighted to have played a part in the restoration of the boatshed & ticket office.
As quoted in the Mountain Scene Thursday, September 11th
“You can’t ask for better recognition,” Robin Miller, director of heritage architects Jackie Gillies + Associates, who advised on the heritage conservation aspects, says. “It is a testament to the focus of a few dedicated individuals and should encourage other local groups right across the country to persevere in their efforts to save the buildings they love and to find adaptive new uses for them.”
Our projects encompass a wide range of building types from houses and cottages, redundant farm buildings, halls, churches, municipal buildings and ruins, as well as urban design guidelines.
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