2018 TDPA JUDGING PANEL
Chair: EMERITUS ProfESSOR Kay Lawrence AM (SA)
EMERITUS PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF ART, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN — UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Kay Lawrence AM is one of Australia’s most distinguished textile practitioners. She has an international profile as a tapestry weaver and has completed a number of major commissions for public spaces in Australia and overseas. Her work is held in many public collections and she has made a substantial contribution to the development of craft practice in Australia through her teaching, writing and art making. In 2002 a monograph on her work was published by Telos Press in the UK. Her writing, published in catalogues, scholarly journals and edited books, focuses on the materiality and making practices that underpin contemporary craft. Kay is currently Emeritus Professor in the School of Art Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia. She is on the Board of the Australian Tapestry Workshop.
ANDREW BURGES (NSW)
PRINCIPAL - ANDREW BURGES ARCHITECTS
Andrew has 25 years’ experience in architectural practice, including 16 years as principal of Andrew Burges Architects. Prior to forming his practice in 2001 Andrew worked in firms in Sydney, New York and Boston, developing expertise in large scale urban master planning and urban housing proposals, civic and sporting structures associated with the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and school campus planning. In his role as a design architect at Bruce James and Partners, Andrew was responsible for the winning entry of the Sydney Olympic Village Competition.
Andrew has been a member of the Australian Institute of Architects since 1994, and has been a registered architect since 2003 (#6918 NSW Architects Registration Board).
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR PETER ELLIOTT AM LFRAIA (VIC)
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURE PRACTICE, FACULTY OF ART DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE — MONASH UNIVERSITY
Peter Elliott is a Melbourne architect and recipient of the 2017 Gold Medal from the Australian Institute of Architects. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Architecture Practice at the Faculty of Art Design & Architecture at Monash University. He has a special interest in the design of the public realm, and has lectured and written extensively on contemporary architecture and urban design. In 2015 he authored the book “Episodic Urbanism”. The work of the practice has won more than 70 National and State architectural and industry awards. This includes an Order of Australia in 1987 for services to architecture (public housing), the RAIA Victorian Architecture Medal 1991 for the Carlton Baths and Community Centre.
Alice Hampson (QLD)
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR ARCHITECTURE MEDIA & OWNER ALICE HAMPSON ARCHITECT
Alice Hampson is an architect, sole practitioner, writer, architectural historian and one of a few practising Queensland architects who is a professional installation artist. She graduated from the University of Queensland in Design Studies and Architecture with first class honours and the Board of Architects Prizes, the RAIA Medallion and prizes for design, drawings and construction. Her design work has been published and has received awards both nationally and internationally. As a historian, Alice specializes in mid-twentieth-century works. She is Fellow of the AIA and has been an assessor for cultural heritage, a visiting faculty member at both of Brisbane’s architecture schools, and a speaker at professional conferences in Australia and overseas. She was formerly Brisbane editor of Monument, and was a contributing writer for the magazine for over fifteen years. She is a contributing editor of Architecture Australia, was Chair of Juries for Queensland’s AIA State Awards last year and is currently a member of the Queensland Heritage Council, the Board of Architects Queensland and ORAC, The Official Residence Advisory Committee.
TIMOTHY HILL (TAS)
FOUNDER - PARTNERS HILL
Timothy Hill began practicing architecture in 1992 as a founding Director of Donovan Hill. His output has been awarded at the national and international levels and is deliberately unspecialised; projects have ranged through furniture commissions, city centre masterplans, landscapes, campus buildings, office towers and in a continuous stream, houses.
He recently established Partners Hill to continue designing, researching, advocating and teaching. He is an advisor to the Detached Cultural Organisation and a member of the ABC Arts Review Panel. He has judged numerous awards including those for the Australian Institute of Architects and has previously curated the AIA National Conference as Creative Director. He is regularly invited to lecture at Universities Australia-wide.
DIMMITY WALKER (WA)
ARCHITECT - SPACEAGENCY ARCHITECTS
Dimmity Walker is a registered Architect with extensive experience on award winning commercial, residential and hospitality projects. Graduating from Curtin University with honours, Dimmity joined spaceagency architects in 1995 and since that time she has made a significant contribution to the evolution of the practice. Dimmity has considerable experience in the roles of design architect and project architect, managing the design, documentation and administration of a diverse range of complex architectural projects from design through construction phase. She has gained skills in coordinating project teams, working with consultants and client liaison.
Dimmity has been on the design team for numerous recent projects including ‘Knutsford / Stage 1 winner of AIA State and National awards for multiple residential projects; ‘Petition’ hospitality venues at ‘The State Buildings’ in Perth CBD, a new independent traveller hotel, ‘Alex Hotel’ in Northbridge and restaurant ‘Bread in Common’ in Fremantle – all of which have been recognised at AIA State and / or National awards.