Monique Woodward: Emerging Architect Prize Tour

Monique Woodward, director of Wowowa and 2018 winner of the Australian Institute of Architects’ Emerging Architect Prize, will embark on a speaking tour covering the breadth of Australia.

Woodward founded Wowowa with Scott Woodward in 2011. She was elected as an Australian Institute of Architects Victorian Chapter Councillor in 2016, has served on the Victorian Heritage Committee and co-chaired the chapter’s Small Practice Forum and EmAGN. In 2015, Monique was awarded a place on the Dulux Study Tour.

Woodward was the co-creative director of the Institute’s 2019 National Conference, which was received warmly for its organizing theme that examined how architects should consider their role in relation to advocacy.

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2a Mugga Way,,  Red Hill,  Canberra,  ACT,  2063,  Australia
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