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Jennifer Marschner

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Jennifer Marschner is an architect with over 20-years’ experience. She has a passion for the layers and complexities of the built environment and has been involved in the adaptive reuse of some of WA’s most recognisable State Registered places including the ‘The Maltings’ residential development in Palmerston Street, the adaptation of the former Government Printer’s Office into the Curtin Graduate School of Business and the conversion of the Former Elders Woolstores in Fremantle.

Prior to going into sole practice, Jennifer was an associate director and then design consultant at DesignInc, a tutor in design at the University of Western Australia’s Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts and worked as an architect at The Buchan Group and with Gerald McCann Architect.

Jennifer has a particular interest in the process of identifying those places which are considered to have cultural significance to our State and ensuring their significance is retained within their fabric as a tangible record of Western Australia’s history.

Qualifications and background

Bachelor of Environmental Design, The University of Western Australia, 1991Bachelor of Architecture (Honours), The University of Western Australia, 1994
Registered Architect in Western Australia since 1997
Member, Heritage Council of Western Australia (November 2005 – December 2007)
Member, Heritage Council Development Committee (November 2005 – June 2017)

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