Joseph Bashouri joined Woodhams Meikle Zhan Architects in 2001 and he is a senior architect responsible for the design, documentation, management and supervision of a variety of commercial and industrial projects. Joseph completed a B.Sc. in Architectural Engineering in 1986 and became a NZ registered architect in 1997.
Over the years, Joseph successfully delivered a wide range of projects including shopping centres, supermarkets, child care, retail and industrial office/warehouse facilities.
His impressive project portfolio includes new building projects for Geon, Spicers Paper, Intermech, Corporate Express, Panasonic, PMP, Super Cheap Auto, Kmart, Frucor, Webstar and Caprice. He was also the design architect for a number of projects including Viridian, Trio, Steel & Tube and Machinery House. Joseph's involvement, as the project architect, has contributed to our client Goodman NZ winning multiple Awards from the Property Council of New Zealand.
Joseph attributes his success in delivering efficient, effective and creative services to his focus on quality, accuracy, client satisfaction and speed of delivery.
Joseph has a strong interest in knowledge management within an architectural firm. He has published a number of articles on this subject, one of which was awarded as a Highly Commended Paper by international publishing company Emerald. Joseph also received a high degree scholarship from Charles Sturt University in Australia. Joseph will graduate at the end of 2015 with a Doctorate in Business Administration degree.