Allen Jack+Cottier announces appointment of Colin Janes as the new Brisbane-based Principal.
July 18th, 2008
Allen Jack+Cottier Architects has announced the appointment of Colin Janes as a new Principal.
In July 2008, Colin was appointed as Principal with a position on the board. Colin brings extensive management and design skills to the board. He joined Allen Jack+Cottier in 1985 and was an Associate Director before being made a new Principal.
Colin moved to Brisbane in late 2002 to establish AJ+C’s Brisbane Office. The Brisbane Office has developed steadily under Colin’s direction with several major projects recently reaching completion.
An architect of considerable talent who shares the Allen Jack+Cottier commitment to ecologically and socially sustainable development principles, Colin led the team responsible for designing Campus Living Village’s student accommodation in Kelvin Grove, Brisbane.
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