BArch (Hons), Auckland MArch (with First Class Honours) Auckland
Associate of the NZ Institute of Architects
Member of Heritage New Zealand
Member of SAHANZ
Jeanette Budgett is a Senior Lecturer and Academic Leader in the Masters of Architecture programme at UNITEC Institute of Technology. Her M. Architecture (2005) investigated coral mission-period architecture of the Cook Islands. A recent publication, The Unstable City (Unitec e-Press, 2013) discusses Auckland’s old shop buildings Her most recent architectural project was published in Big House Small House (2012).
Graduate supervision of theses
Lawson, Sam (2016). Voids of war : an exploration of memorial culture & veteran support
Sutherland, Briar (2016). Muddy waters
West, Ashley (2016). Filling the blanks : a suburban opportunity for wellbeing
McIntosh, Jacqueline (2016). Retrofitting the low-income suburb
Ayrey, Oliver (2015). The architecture of opportunity : creating the box for people to think out of
Abid, Noor (2015). Infusing wellness : rejuvenation centre : a threshold from industrial to natural realm. An architectural research project exploring the elements of well-being provided by architecture and nature.
Kostiuk-Warren, J. Max (2015). A home today, designed for tomorrow : a home which can be added onto, subtracted from, and adapted as our lives change over time
Crowe, Shamus J. (2015). The people's wharf : how can architecture be used to transform Queens Wharf into a public space that engages the community, integrates existing infrastructure and improves public life?
Baxter, Kyle (2015). "Disasterpiece" : how can architecture turn a human disaster into a positive contribution to an area that was affected?'
Hendriks, Chanel (2015). Beyond the red fence
Solanki, Ravi (2015). A life on Mars : an architectural research project into the creation of a permanent human presence on the surface of Mars
Undevia, Suchi (2015-10). Pit stop : stitching together medical facility and transport infrastructure
Malcolm, Jessica (2014). Factory in the field : how might the New Zealand creamery be developed as a compelling tourist destination, whilst enhancing the architecture of the utilitarian factory?
Liew, Nicola (2014). Rites of remembrance : an architectural research project exploring the funerary requirements of modern day secular New Zealand society
Yasin, Arfa (2014). Place of worship : contemplating in a factory
Mount, Jessica (2014). Through the roof : how can the architectural element - the roof - mediate climatic conditions in a New Zealand context and produce a more efficient, culturally relevant and tectonically expressive building?
Wyatt, Matthew (2014). Fluctuation space : how might a mega-event venue be programmed more intensively for long-term viability and social sustainability?
Roake-Barefoot, Brett (2014). Reflections & reverb
Qin, Yao (2013). How can existing 'six-storey' apartment buildings from circa 1980 - 1990 be redeveloped as a new mixed-use residential model in China?
Cook, David (2013). Rebuilding Christchurch rebuilding history : an architectural research project that examines how a theatre proposal may instigate an architectural dialogue with/or about the heritage of Christchurch in a post-earthquake context
Matamu, Hermann (2012). Speculation on architecture in the absence of gravity : how might architectural elements and design strategies function in outer space?
Mak, King Wah (Jim) (2012). Human / Storage - the H.I.V.E. system
Croucher, Harry. (2012). Relational connections
Lockie, Carley Maree (2012). Mt Rex: Hybrid-programming within an industrial terrain vague. A means towards the reinvigoration of a marginalised community.
Cudby, Aimee (2011). A transient life: Stripping life back to its basic daily rituals to focus on the art of socializing around a portable architecture
Budgett, JA. (2017). The Gift that Goes on Giving? Frank Ponder's Hurricane Housing for Niue. Fabrications The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (Vol. 27(2)).
Budgett, J. A., & Dixon, R. (2015). Staging Change:Collectivism in the Cook Islands. Oceanic Performance Biennial, Fluid States, Rarotonga.
Morland, K., & Budgett, J.A. (2015). Critical Preservation. Applied Collaborations. 8th International Conference and Exhibition of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2-3 October.
Cook, D., & Budgett, J.A. (2015). Rebuilding Christchurch:
Rebuilding History. Applied Collaborations. 8th International Conference and Exhibition of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, 2.-3. October 2015 Christchurch, New Zealand.
Clarke, K., Laidlaw, R., Pengpala, A., Budgett, J.A., & Bogunovich, D. (2015). The Vertical Farm. Applied Collaborations. 8th International Conference and Exhibition of the Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia, 2.-3. October 2015 Christchurch, New Zealand.
Budgett, J. (2014). The Unstable City: ...After Christchurch. In Efe Duyan, In Architecture and Writing â¦ARCHTHEO '14/ Theory of Architecture Conference Proceedings 2014 (Istanbul: DAKAM Publishing).
Bogunovich , D., and Budgett, J. (2014). The Polycentric City: What does it mean for Christchurch? Studio Christchurch, New Zealand.
Budgett, J., and Bogunovich, D. (2014). Sydenham 2020 - Industrial Occupation. Studio Christchurch: The Polycentric City.
Budgett, J., Kaza, K., and McDonald, A. (2013). The Unstable City. Unitec E-Press, Auckland, New Zealand, Available at http://www.unitec.ac.nz/epress/index.php/httpwww-unitec-ac-nzepresswp-contentuploads201306unstable-city-final-pdf/.
Budgett, J.A. (2012). Review
Kei konei koe: o tapuwae ki Tamaki Makarau. You are here: mapping Auckland. Kathy Waghorn (ed), Fabrications.The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (Vol. 22:1 June 2012,).
Budgett, J. A. (2010). West of Eden: Westmere, a New Zealand Bungalow Suburb 1913-1926. Chapman, M. and Ostwald, M. (Eds), Imagining...Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ 2010).
Anderson S.H., Budgett J.A., Ron, P. (2010). Weona Lemington Coastal Forest Proposed Management Plan. Western Bays Community Board, Auckland Council, Auckland Regional Council, local community and other interested parties. Auckland City.
Budgett, J. (2009). Shifting Tectonics in the Cook Islands: Titikaveka Church Rarotonga. Gately, J. Cultural Crossroads: Proceedings of the 26th International SAHANZ ConferenceCultural Crossroads Conference.
Budgett, J. A. (2008). 'How hard can soft be?' Disciplinary Boundaries and the Work of Petra Blaisse. Beynon, D. and de Jong, U. (Eds), History in Practice, Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia & New Zealand (SAHANZ 2008).
Budgett, J. (2006). Contested terrain: Heritage conservation in the Cook Islands. McMinn, T., Basson, S., and Stephens, J. Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand XXIII Annual Conference 2006SAHANZ 2006 'Contested terrains' Conference (Vol. 1).
Budgett, J. A. (2005). Cook Islands congregational churches of Mangaia (Report to Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SHANZ) Grants Committee). Auckland: Unitec New Zealand.
Budgett, J. A. (2005). Beautiful pretty things or accidental discontinuities: Digital fabrication in architectural education. In H. Skates, L. Christie, A. Rogerson, A. Melling, & A. Tonks (Eds.), Unofficial proceedings of the 39th Annual Architectural Science Association Conference 'Fabricating sustainability' (CD Rom ed.). Wellington: Victoria University. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association 'Fabricating sustainability', 17-19 November, Wellington.
Budgett, J. A. (2005). Congregating practices: Church building in the Cook Islands. In A. Leach & G. Matthewson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (pp. 65-71). Napier: SAHANZ. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand 'Celebration', 24-27 September, Napier.
Budgett, J. A. (2004). Negotiated boundaries. In H. Edquist & H. Frichot (Eds.), Limits: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (Vol. 1, pp. 69-74). Melbourne, Australia: Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, 26-29 September, Melbourne, Australia. http://sahanz04.tce.rmit.edu.au/
Budgett, J. A. (2004). Real-time fabrication. In Z. Bromberek (Ed.), Contexts of architecture. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Architectural Science Association ANZAScA and International Building Performance Simulation Association - Australasia Conference (pp. 343-349). Launceston, Australia: School of Architecture, University of Tasmania, 10-12 November, Launceston, Australia. http://www.arch.utas.edu.au/anzasca/index_files/frame.html#slide0001.html
Budgett, J. A. (2004). Tectonics. In J. Balasoglu (Ed.), Architectus: Bowes, Clifford, Thomson (pp. 102-105). Auckland, New Zealand: New Zealand Architectural Publications Trust.