James Oulianoff, the principal and lead designer/consultant of Noff HAUS Studios, has experience in heritage consultation, architectural building design and planning principles in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, the Greater Sydney area as well as the Southern Highlands and Norfolk Island. James has a Bachelor and Master Degree in architecture, as well as a Master of Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney, he also has practical experience working on state-level listed items with the Taronga Conservation Society, as well as locally listed items and in local conservation areas.
Projects of note include The Olsen Gallery and the documentation and relocation of a State Heritage Item at Taronga Zoo. These are included in a list of well over 100 projects which James has been involved in to-date.
Previous to establishing Noff HAUS in 2017, James worked in project management and was involved in State Significant Development such as the Sydney Light Rail project, as well as greenfield development projects and projects with a heritage focus, such as St Scholastica’s College, Glebe.
James is fee paying member of The Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Australia ICOMOS and DOCOMOMO International as well as the Historic Houses Association of Australia and the New South Wales Law Society. James undertook the ICOMOS Mentorship Program in 2017 and has a deeply established, working knowledge of European built heritage in Australia.