Ms Julie Stout

B Arch (Auck)

Biography

I am a practising architect, interested in urbanism, with 35 years of professional experience, including residential, school buildings, art galleries and urban design projects. I have been in practice with David Mitchell as Mitchell & Stout Architects, with our work winning many awards. Since 2002 I have been actively involved in the processes shaping the urban environment of Auckland City, helping instigate the Mayoral Task Force on Urban Design in 2005 that started the growing awareness of  the importance of good urban design for our growing city. 

I am interested in exploring conceptual architectural ideas and the role of urbanism - how we will live in our city- in design studio teaching.

Research | Current

  • Urbanism
  • Intensification and Density
  • Compact city for Auckland

Teaching | Current

Arch Des 700 and 701

Arch Gen 733- Seminar- Urban Public Space in the Contemporary City

Postgraduate supervision

Thesis Supervisor (MArch (Prof))

2017 Chexzu Huang : HOW A CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURAL RESPONSE COULD REVITALISE A FORGOTTEN BUILDING WITH A TOUGH PAST       Waikune: a new life for an old   prison

2017 Sophia Borissenko : Re-ITERATING THE VILLA

2017 Shanita Champion - Revitalising Urban Brownfield sites with Mixed Use - Barry's Point Road, Takapuna

2017 Fiona Qu - Play in Urban Townscape - Henderson

2017 Han Yiheng Jiang - Affordable Housing Freemans Bay

2018 Trisha Hasin - Hybridisation of Building and Landscape in high density living

2018 Paulina Piasta -  The Port of Thames: A 21st Century Haven

 

Distinctions/Honours

2017 Distinguished Fellow of NZIA

2014 Chrystall Award for Excellence in Architecture from Architecture + Women NZ

Responsibilities

Professional Teaching Fellow at School of Architecture and Planning

Areas of expertise

Architecture and Urbanism

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Registered Member of New Zealand Institute of Architects

Chair, Urban Auckland

Contact details

Alternative contact

julie@mitchellstout.co.nz

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