Shaun Lockyer Architects
Shaun Lockyer Architects (SLa) is an award-winning Brisbane based architectural practice formed in 2009 to focus on modernist architecture that connects people and place. Inherent within each project is a desire to craft memorable, sustainable and efficient design solutions that add value to the inhabitants’ lives. SLa engages in the design and delivery of bespoke architectural homes for private clients who value a collaborative and transparent design process. Each SLa commission employs a versatility and passion that transcends scale and budget. The firm is led by Shaun Lockyer, AIA, who presents over 25 years of international design experience, including four years as an associate at SAOTA in South Africa, and nine years as Director and Partner at Arkhefield in Brisbane, QLD. Outside of the practice, Shaun is recognised for his contribution to architectural education and support of the profession. The outcomes of all the work at SLa are a reflection of the extraordinary efforts of the 17 strong team which is comprised of Adam Laming, Andrew Brown, Catherine Forsyth, David Langley, Georgia Calvino, Ivy Verlaat, Jen Negline, Kevin Li, Kristy Vaughan, Laura King, Lucy Hyndman, Lyle Mitrovich, Matt Napper, Michael Ford, Neva Wethereld and Nikki Seeto.
Paul Butterworth Architect
Paul Butterworth is backed by more than 15 years of design experience. He is practiced in sustainable design and has eco-tourism credentials. Paul is a highly decorated architect, having received multiple industry awards throughout his career.
Justin O’Neill founded O’Neill Architecture in 2010, following 17 years as Founding Partner of Arkhefield. He was Chair of Brisbane Powerhouse from 2000 – 2014 and is currently Precinct Architect for this city asset and its surrounds. Justin is a member of Brisbane City Council’s Urban Futures Panel and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has been Queensland Awards Director and was awarded Life Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects in 2019.
Sarah is an architect currently teaching, researching and in practice. She is the Director of Quirk Architecture, an awarded Brisbane practice. At the Queensland University of Technology she is the Architecture Study Area coordinator, lecture in architecture, and Creative Industries faculty internships coordinator. She is a fellow, and Queensland Chapter education committee member for the Australian Institute of Architects. Sarah advocates for site specific, environmentally respectful, flexible and informed design responses.
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