All Saints’ Church in Hokitika is of great significance to New Zealand’s history and the South Island in particular. It is a Category I listed heritage building and a WWI Memorial and a rare example of the early use of reinforced concrete cavity construction. The Church required urgent repairs to prevent further deterioration through water ingress and seismic upgrade work.
Salmond Reed Architects has been involved in the upgrade of the Melanesian Mission in Mission Bay, in association with Herbst Architects and their striking new restaurant pavilion.
Mission Bay, Auckland
For almost 30 years Salmond Reed Architects has been engaged to provide conservation planning,
maintenance and policy guidance to the Museum administration.
Auckland Domain, Auckland
A new exhibition installation in the venerable Treaty House by workshop e included built heritage advice from Salmond Reed Architects.
Tau Henare Drive, Waitangi, Northland
Salmond Reed Architects is responsible for the specification and management of a complex and ongoing programme of repairs to Auckland’s Dilworth Building.
Since 1998, Salmond Reed Architects has been actively involved in the quest to ensure that the main structure of Iona Church is secure for future generations and that the building be brought up to an acceptable level of earthquake protection.
Port Chalmers, Dunedin
In 1993 Salmond Architects was commissioned to prepare a Conservation Plan for Auckland City’s main Anglican church, St Matthew in-the-City, at the junction of Wellesley and Hobson Streets.
St Gabriel's was one of the largest and most expensive of the new churches in the Hokianga to be built by 1900. Today, it remains as one of the earliest churches still on its original site and is definitely a Hokianga destination worth making, as it sits on its prominentary in clear sight for miles before reaching it.
Pawarenga, Hokianga, Northland
One of only seven surviving atmospheric theatres in the world, the Civic Theatre in Auckland’s Queen Street first opened in 1929. Salmond Reed Architects played a key role in restoring the grand theatre to its former glory.
Auckland Town Hall is one of Queen Street’s most prominent historic buildings, is scheduled under the council’s district plan and listed by Heritage New Zealand. It operates as a multi-functional, world class venue and is a much loved heritage building.
The Pompallier printery, tannery and book bindery is the last remaining building of others in the compound constructed by the founding French Catholic Mission for the entire western Pacific and is also the oldest surviving industrial building in New Zealand.
The Strand, Russell, Bay of Islands
The former Synagogue building at the corner of Princes Street and Bowen Avenue dates from 1886. It was purpose designed as a synagogue for the Jewish community by Edward Bartley.
Princes Street, Auckland