Engaging with stakeholders, clients and consultants, he brings a generous and collaborative approach to his projects which span health and wellbeing, community, education and residential facilities.
As a Living Future Accredited Professional and a Chartered RIBA Architect, Laura's approach is ambitious, yet grounded in consideration of the intricate and interrelated cultural, ecological, economic, and governmental tapestry. Her dedication earned Laura a finalist spot for 'Architect of the Year' at The Brit List awards in 2019.
In her spare time, Laura finds restoration and inspiration by meandering along the Yarra in Naarm, where she enjoys practicing seeing with childlike curiosity and wonder. She also revels in finding dark spots to stargaze; A humbling reminder of the profound history etched into the vast expanse of our beautiful planet, Earth, which we all call home.
Pratik’s passion for technical challenges has seen him lead and deliver many complex and challenging projects over the span of his career. One such exemplar project is the state of the art Boola Katitjin at Murdoch University - Western Australia’s first and largest Mass Engineered Timber building. Pratik has a strong passion to drive the use of sustainable material in construction of the built environment.. Through biophilic design principles, Pratik believes we will be able to make a significant transition forward in the way we design, that will leave a fantastic legacy for many generations to come.
In his spare time, you will find Pratik either at the local Muay Thai gym, or the play gym at home with his son.
She is the Manager, Sustainability Advisory Services at Development Victoria where she starts every project with the ethos of Country as Client, applying the nature-positive outcomes and designing for future climate scenarios seeking the site-specific potential to allow both the community and environment to thrive.
A regeneratively-trained and registered architect with a multi-disciplinary career spanning permaculture, sustainability and community-led climate action across multiple sectors. As a creative, design-systems thinker and natural collaborator she believes in the power of co-design and authentic stakeholder engagement to find the best contextual and nuanced solutions so that hopefully projects are positioned to give back more than they take away.
When Sam is not a work you can find her in the vege patch on her family permaculture property nestled on Wadawurrung Country hatching family adventures with her husband and kids or camping somewhere preferably remote and deep in nature.