Jeremy Salmond is a practising architect who specialises in the conservation of historic buildings. He has trained at various institutions overseas, and has long practical experience in design, research, conservation and contemporary architecture.
He has a deep interest in philosophical issues related to conservation and the way in which modern technology can assist in resolving conservation issues.
He is a former Chairman of ICOMOS New Zealand, and a member of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust, the Association for Preservation Technology International and the New Zealand Institute of Architects, and is currently a member of the Auckland City Urban Design Panel. He was elected as a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Architects for his *outstanding contribution to the conservation of historic buildings.* He was elected as a Fellow of the Auckland Museum, for his contribution to the practice of building conservation in New Zealand. He was made a member of the Queen’s Service Order in 2007 for services to conservation of historic heritage.