JEAN MIC PERRINE
Experienced senior architect with peer-recognised design expertise across an extensive range of built forms.
A Thirty-year history of first hand observation, analysis and the fostering of urban renewal through highest quality design outcomes in pivotal locations and near-city precincts of Perth’s metropolitan area. Committed to collegial and collaborative processes of engagement to achieve the delivery of high quality design outcomes for all built form.
Private practitioner since 1989. Internationally commissioned for the delivery architecture since 1992. Extensively travelled and precisely observed in respect of the development of urban areas and the evolution of cities and their built forms.
Connected and engaged, via long standing and quality collaborations, to senior decision makers at all levels of governmental, professional, institutional and academic spheres locally, nationally and internationally. Committed to excellence.
Liaison with corporate, institutional and individual clients. Identification and analysis of individual project viability. Design conceptualisation. Collaborative consultation with authorities and key project stake holders. Development of designs. Visualisation of built form using state of the art 3D techniques. Analysis of urban fabric within which projects sit and interact. Analysis of Heritage aspects of precinct and/or project. Presentations to DRP’s. Structural pre- design concepts. Passive design analysis. Cost and BIM analysis. Negotiations with approving authorities and key project stake holders. Complete carriage of Development Approval processes. Where required management of SAT processes of appeal or mediation or legal processes associated with projects. Documentation oversight. Materials analysis and manufacturing assessment. Contract negotiation. Direct professional, governmental, academic and media engagement. Project delivery & post-delivery engagement with all stake holders. Staff and Consultants co-ordination.
1978-2002: Attended Curtin University (WAIT).
2007-2015: Guest Lecturer, Curtin University & University of Western Australia.
2015: Jury Member, Australian Institute of Architects Awards 2015
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
1993: RAIA Commercial Architecture Award: Cinema Paradiso, 160 James St Northbridge
1996: City of Subiaco Centenary Award: Significant contribution to the built environment of the City. The Colonnade Shopping & Office Complex, 388 Hay St Subiaco
1996: MBA CCA Construction Industry Excellence Awards, Joint winner with the North West Shelf Project
2000: Catholic Archdiocese Jubilee Award: Contributions to liturgical architecture. Mater Christi Church Yangebup – Mary MacKillop Church Ballajura
2001: Town of Vincent Building and Conservation Award: Conservation of built heritage & Commercial. Leederville Post Office & New Commercial buildings,156 Oxford St Leederville
2004: City of Perth Heritage Award: Adaptation of a heritage building to contemporary use. Box Building Apartments & Bar, 918 Hay St Perth
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
◉Architecture & Urban Development
◉Heritage & Conservation
◉Residential Built Form Design
◉Liturgical Built Form Design
◉Commercial, Retail and Interior Design
◉Licensed Premises and F&B Design
◉Planning Law Processes
◉Manufacturing & Industrial Processing
MANAGING & DESIGN DIRECTOR
1987 - Current Perrine
1992 - 2001 Perrine & Birch
1982 – 1987 Tecto Projects Architects
1988 – 2005 Gov. Mauritius
FEATURED RECENT EDITORIALS
2007: World Architectural News: Modular Revolution. Perrinepod
2012: WA BusinessNews: BCA 2012 & Heritage Fabric.
2013: Sunday Times London: Top 10 International Small Hotels. Terrace Hotel, 237 St George’s Tce Perth
2014: Gourmet Traveler: Top 50 Australian Luxury Hotels. Terrace Hotel Perth
Jean-mic Perrine is highly regarded as a senior practitioner of the architectural profession in Western Australia. As a registered architect with the Architects Board of Western Australia, he has completed an enviable track record of projects in a range of fields including single and multi-residential, retail, commercial, worship and liturgical spaces.
During his career, the buildings for which he has been responsible have won a number of Awards including the Master Builders Association Building of the Year and RAIA commercial Awards.
Warren Kerr B.Arch, MHP LFRAIA FACHSM FAIM
[Former W.A. Chapter President]
[Former National President Australian Institute of Architects]
I have known Mr Jean-mic Perrine professionally, for over 4 years, in my role as a Perth City Councillor.
I believe Mr Jean-mic Perrine’s work is very visionary and yet extremely functional. Jean-mic is able to view a pt:oject in its entirety by realizing the (often equal) importance of the surrounding precinct(s), and the significance of the adjoining streetscape in relation to overall scale and context.
Jean-mic is a person of high integrity and a man who values good family and social principles. He is a good listener and observant of the ideals of others. I also know Jean-mic is very passionate about our lovely city of Perth.
As a very well-respected Architect and Property-Developer in the Western Australian community I would have no hesitation in recommending him to a group or consortium as a true-professional who ‘can deliver’, and one who will also deliver with all the appropriate attention to detail required on a major public project with many, varied stakeholders.
[Lord Mayor, City of Perth - 2009-2018]
Jean-mic is a practitioner who has executed his most significant projects within and close to the Perth CBD, many of which most citizens will be familiar with – the Cinema Paradiso complex in Northbridge [RAIA Commercial award 1993], the Collonade Hay mixed use complex at 388 Hay Street Subiaco [1994/5 Subiaco Centenary Award for Built form], The Leederville GPO heritage redevelopment complex [RAIA Heritage award 2004 and Town of Vincent Heritage award] are among the most notable. The innovative BOX building redevelopment at 918 Hay Street launched the high quality high density re-invigoration of the Perth City Precinct in 2001 [City of Perth Inaugural Heritage Award 2001], demonstrating that heritage values and modern design and development were not only compatible, but highly complementary. In 2007, the Sunday Times nominated Jena-mic as one of the 50 most influential West Australians. Jean-mic is also responsible for developing and patenting systems of sustainable modular building forms using a low carbon reinforced concrete based on Fly ash aggregates, a material and system used internationally and primed for future use in the ongoing development of Perth.
Patrick Beale AA Dipl. [London] RAIA
[University of Western Australia School of Architecture & Fine Arts]
I write in support of the contribution to local architecture by my constituent Jean-mic Perrine.
During my tenure as a Councillor, Mayor and now State Member for Perth, I have been impressed by Mr Perrine’s exciting, professional and sympathetic contribution to our city’s streetscape.
His precise and impressive work on the former Leederville Post Office ensured not only that the community was able to keep and visualise an important cultural link with our past, but also we were given functional buildings that can serve a modern community and retail uses.
Jean-mic Perrine is the recipient of a number of civic awards, including the Town of Cambridge award for Heritage Projects, the Colonnade Retail Centre (City of Subiaco Civic design award), (MBA CCA Construction Industry Excellence Awards , Joint winner with the North West Shelf Project); Box Building in the Perth CBD; Next Building (cnr Hay and Milligan) Perth CBD.
The Box building in particular has breathed new life into a previously sterile section of the CBD - as I can view it from my Parliament House office I personally approve of its creative impact on my skyline!
John Hyde M.L.A.
[Deputy Director UN Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Specialist]
[Former Member of Parliament For Western Australia]
[Former Lord Mayor City of Vincent]